Tickets for the final 12 Fratton fixtures of the season are going on sale soon.
Among the matches taking place on the south coast in the second half of the season are the highly anticipated meetings with Ipswich and Sheffield Wednesday, as well as the visit of Wycombe on the final day.
But with more than 14,000 full and half-season tickets sold, supporters should act quickly to make sure they do not miss out.
Members (and season ticket holders who wish to purchase an extra seat) can buy tickets from 5.30pm on Monday, November 28.
Tickets will then go on general sale from 5.30pm on Tuesday, November 29.
The quickest and easiest way to purchase is by visiting our eticketing site. Alternatively, they are available in person from the Anson Road ticket office.
Games going on sale
|Thursday, December 29
|Sunday, January 1
|Saturday, January 21
|Saturday, February 4
|Tuesday, February 14
|Saturday, February 25
|Saturday, March 11
|Saturday, March 25
|Saturday, April 1
|Monday, April 10
|Saturday, April 22
|Saturday, May 6
Please note that the previously postponed Bolton game has yet to be rearranged. The dates and times of all games are subject to change.
Matchday Ticket Prices
|Young Person (18-22)
|Junior (17 and under)*
*All supporters aged 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
**Includes an assistant if on the highest rate of DLA or PIP.
Fans can make sure they do not miss any of the Fratton action by purchasing a half-season ticket.
These include 12 home League One games, starting with the Ipswich clash over Christmas.
But fans need to hurry as will only remain on sale until 5pm on Saturday (November 26). Click here to buy yours today.
Please note that half-season tickets do not include the postponed game with Bolton that has yet to be arranged. Click here for more information on half-season tickets.
If you want to watch Pompey in style then why not add a Club 125 package to your match ticket, which offers fantastic hospitality in our Legends Lounge.
Click here to discover more information about this fantastic offering and to find out how to book.
There will be a £3 booking fee (per booking) for any tickets purchased over the phone. There is no booking fee for tickets purchased online or in person.
There is a £1 postage fee for any tickets that need to be sent out.