Tickets for Accrington Stanley’s final home fixture of the regular League Two season against Stevenage will go on sale this Friday from 10am.


The clash, on Saturday May 7th, could be a sell-out and fans are urged to buy their tickets from the Wham Stadium reception and at the Supporters Club Shop at Accrington Market as soon as possible.
Tickets for Morecambe on Saturday April 16th and York City on Saturday April 22nd are already on sale and selling fast.
Managing Director David Burgess said: “With promotion, either automatically or through the play-offs, a real possibility the club has decided, that along with the normal home fans areas within the Wham Stadium, The Coppice Stand will be open for home fans for the game against Stevenage.
“We have had a huge increase in interest for the last three home games and we feel it important to make tickets available to all home supporters at the earliest opportunity.
“Dependent on our league position, the last two home games could well be close to full capacity, so we urge all Accrington Stanley supporters who need to purchase tickets, do so at the earliest opportunity. We  do not want anyone to miss out on what could turn out to be a historic couple of weeks in the clubs history”.

Tickets prices:
23rd April: York City: Jack Barrett Stand – Clayton End £15 (Adult), £10 (Concessions), 1 x U12 Free (with a paying adult), U12 £5
7th May: Stevenage: Jack Barrett Stand – Clayton End – Coppice Terrace £15 (Adult), £10 (Concessions), 1 x U12 Free (with a paying adult), U12 £5.
Tickets are available from the Wham Stadium from 10am-4pm and from the Supporters Club Shop at market opening hours.
The game against Stevenage on May 7th coincides with The Supporters Club ’12 hour festival of football’ when a FanZone marquee, inclusive of licensed bar, live music, food tasting and kids entertainment will be erected behind the Clayton End. This will be followed in the evening by live music in The Sports Bar and The Crown Pub.