Below is some important information if you are a Blues fan travelling to Hereford on Saturday…
Away supporters are to be placed in Block E of the Len Weston Stand and the terrace underneath with associated catering and toilet facilities in easy reach. Away supporters are welcome in the bars around the ground.
Supporters using wheelchairs need to book into the dedicated spacing at the earliest possible opportunity by calling the Hereford FC Club Office (01432 268257), as the area is often full for games, and the away section is not suitable for wheelchairs due to uneven ground, steps, and the height of the perimeter wall.
Chester FC supporters will gain access by paying through the turnstiles on entry. No advance tickets will be available.
Ticket prices are as follows:
& Len Weston Seating
|Meadow End &
Len Weston Terrace
DEFINITION OF AGE CATEGORIES
Adult – Aged 16+, not in full time education, and not in receipt of the state pension.
Concessions – Those aged over 65
U16s – All those in aged 16 or below at the start of the 2018/19 academic year, and currently in full time education.
U5s – All children aged four and under are admitted free of charge. Please note that U5s are still required to collect a ticket for the relevant area of the ground to gain entry.
Disabled supporters are admitted into all areas of the ground at concessionary price with an accompanying carer admitted free of charge. *Proof of disability may be required.
The Kingspan Insulation disabled area has limited capacity, it is therefore reserved for ambulant disabled and those with limited mobility only. Please contact the club directly to reserve a space in this area on 01432 268257.
Visually impaired supporters can listen to live Radio Hereford FC commentary during the game from four allocated seats in C Block. To reserve a seat in this area, please contact the club on 01432 268257.
Parking for supporters is available in the Merton Meadow Car Park adjoining the ground at £5 per car, or £1.50 after 6pm. This includes Blue Badge parking as the Club does not have the facilities for disabled parking onsite. Additional car parking is available in a number of other nearby car parks however there is very little on-street parking with most roads having timed or residents restrictions.
NOTE: The safety certificate at Edgar Street requires supporters to be segregated and forbids both the consumption of alcohol in the stands and the smoking of cigarettes or e-cigarettes. Alcohol is only for consumption within the designated bar areas. There is no bar facility for away supporters during half time