Ticket prices have been confirmed for Pompey’s Emirates FA Cup third round tie at Tottenham Hotspur.
The club will receive the maximum available allocation of 8,880 seats for the match, which takes place on Saturday, January 7 (12.30pm kick-off).
They are priced £20 for adults and £10 for juniors (17 and under).
Wheelchair and ambulant tickets will include an assistant if on the highest rate of DLA or PIP.
Dates of when seats will go on sale have been discussed with supporter representatives and will be confirmed once Portsmouth Football Club have received the batch of tickets.
Pompey would like to advise supporters that all tickets will be sold online and there will be no phone sales. Click here to view some user guides regarding buying tickets online.
Special arrangements will be made for those supporters who do not have online facilities or require accessible seating, who are able to visit the Anson Road ticket office. All wheelchair season ticket holders will be personally contacted by the ticket office. Further details will follow this week.
The loyalty points scheme will be used to prioritise tickets for this fixture and supporters can log into their eticketing account and click on their account profile in the top-right corner to see how many points they currently have.
Portsmouth Football Club would like to remind fans that points are not transferrable between supporters. This will be strictly monitored for this fixture to ensure a fair allocation system for everyone. Any supporter providing their Client ID number for another supporter to use will risk losing all loyalty points.
After the priority phase for season ticket holders with 10+ loyalty points, tickets will next be allocated to (subject to availability) remaining season ticket holders; then members (who purchased their membership on or before November 28) or those who attended either of this season’s previous FA Cup ties with Hereford and MK Dons; before going on general sale.
Supporters will be able to purchase one ticket per Client ID number.
National rail strike action is currently scheduled to take place on the day of the game and the club are in discussions with Lucketts Travel regarding an increased number of official supporter coaches running to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.