QPR & Newcastle On Sale This Week

By SFC Media time Mon 29 Oct Club

Two of our forthcoming Barclays Premier League matches are set to be released on sale.

The home fixture against Newcastle United on Sunday 25th November reaches general sale on Tuesday 30th October. 

This is a Category ‘B’ match worth 15 Loyalty Points. Tickets are priced from £32 per Adult, £21 for concessions and £10 per under 11.  

You can purchase tickets for the visit of the Magpies online or via our ticket hotline on 02381 780780.

Category B pricing structure:

Itchen PremiumK'sland PremiumCentreWings/GoalFamilyAway
Adult£44£42£39£35£32£35
Concession£44£42£35£31£21£31
U17£44£42£28£20£14£20
U11£44£42£12£10-n/a
Disabled Adult£32£32£32£32£32£32
Disabled Conc'n£21£21£21£21£21£21
Disabled U17£14£14£14£14£14£14


On Wednesday, our allocation of 3,177 tickets for the trip to Queens Park Rangers is released to Season Ticket Holders who purchased at least 3 games from the trips to Manchester City, Arsenal, Everton, West Ham & West Bromwich Albion. 

Click here for full ticket information on the match at Loftus Road which takes place on Saturday 17th November.

Our next two games against Leeds United and West Bromwich Albion are also currently on sale.

Meanwhile, don’t forget tickets for our next Barclays Premier League fixture at St Mary’s against Swansea City on Saturday 10th November, kick-off 3.00pm are now on general sale.  

This is a Category ‘C ‘match worth 20 Loyalty Points with tickets priced from £28 per Adult, £18 for concessions and £8 per under 11. 

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