How to secure your seat at Sixfields!
Home match tickets
Ticket Office and Club Store opening hours are:
Monday 10am to 5pm
Tuesday 10am to 5pm
Wednesday 10am to 5pm
Thursday 10am to 5pm
Friday 10am to 5pm
Saturday 10am to 5pm on home event days and 9am to noon if Northampton Town are away. If Northampton Town are not playing on that day, we are closed.
A reminder that for an hour before each game, the Ticket Office will only be selling tickets for that day’s game. Sales of tickets for future match and season tickets will resume after the final whistle, when the Ticket Office will remain open until the queue has cleared.
THE TICKET OFFICE IS CLOSED ON SATURDAY MORNINGS OUT OF SEASON
The best prices are available to supporters buying in advance of a matchday.
Matchday tickets are priced as follows:
All Stands, the East Stand includes the Mick George Family Area
Adult £22 (£24)
Senior £18 (£20)
Under 21s £18 (not available on a matchday)
Under 18s £10 (£12)
Under 7s FREE
Proof of age may be required.
Disabled supporters will pay the appropriate age category price, with a free carer ticket available for those who qualify.
Proof of status required.
How to book tickets
Subject to availability, you can pay on arrival, either by cash or debit/credit card. If paying by card please visit the main Ticket Office. If paying by cash you can go to the matchday ticket offices along the front of the stadium.
By telephone: Call the ticket hotline on 01604 683777 from 10am to 5pm weekdays. Open from 10am on Saturday home matchdays and on away Saturday mornings.
In person: Visit the Club Shop from 10am to 5pm weekdays. Open from 10am on Saturday home matchdays and on away Saturday mornings.
Open for 30 minutes after each home game or until the queue has cleared.
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The club recognise definitions put forward in the Disability Discrimination Act. The Government offers 3 levels of Disability payments and those supporters receiving medium and high level allowance can take advantage of ticket prices for disabled supporters and a carer. If anyone feels they qualify please contact the Box Office where each case will be considered on its own merits. The onus of proof lies with the supporter claiming, not the club. Supporters are asked to note that people on High level disability benefit will be given priority for the disabled car parking spaces at Sixfields.
SUPPORTERS WHO REQUIRE ASSISTANCE
Disabled supporters who require a Personal Assistant (PA) in order to attend matches will be given a free accompanying ticket adjacent to their own to enable assistance where needed.
The club may refuse to issue or revoke a free PA ticket where the PA moves seat and therefore does not accompany the disabled supporter during the match. In the event a disabled supporter, who requires assistance, wishes to attend but does not have a PA the club will provide assistance wherever possible, and supporters are asked to make the club aware at time of booking.
The club may request confirmation that a PA is required for the disabled supporter to access the facilities.
Please note that in the event a disabled season ticket holder is unable to attend a match the accompanying season ticket for the PA is not valid at the ‘free’ rate, this would therefore need to be upgraded at the ticket office to a paid ticket relevant to the category of the person attending.
The club do not permit the consumption of your own food or drink on the premises. We reserve the right to confiscate any such goods.
SUPPORTERS LIAISON OFFICER
We have a SLO whose responsibilities are not only to act as a point of contact for supporters but also to deliver the club's policy with regards to its stakeholders insofar as that policy concerns supporters; and to liaise with the club's management with regard to supporter issues.
Our SLO is Wendy Lambell - email@example.com