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Middlesbrough Ticket And Travel Details

15 February 2017

Tickets still on sale for Saturday's big match

Tickets are selling quickly for our Emirates FA Cup 5th round tie against Middlesbrough and we strongly recommend fans to book in advance ahead of Saturday’s game.

Tickets are on general sale online at www.oufctickets.co.uk and to personal and telephone callers (01865 337533) until 3pm on Friday 17th February, subject to availability.

Prices
Adults             £15
Over 65          £10
Under 18         £5

Season ticket holders (only available until 3pm on Friday 17th February)
Adults £10
Over 65         £5
Under 18         £2

Season ticket holders are entitled to one discounted ticker per season ticket and can also purchase as many non-discounted tickets as they want.

Ambulant disabled and wheelchair users pay the relevant age category with a free carer.

PLEASE NOTE: We have a small number of seats that are directly in front of the wheelchair deck. These will be described online as a ‘No Standing Area’ and would suit families and those who wish to remain seated throughout the game.

London Road Coaches [Limited availability]
Depart:
Stadium: 8am prompt
Kidlington Sainsbury’s: 8.15am prompt

Adult members: £30
Adult non-members: £32
Under-18 members: £28
Under-18 non-members: £30

Under-14s must be accompanied by an adult

Call 01865 337533 to book

United fans need to enter via turnstiles 53-57 and 62-66 which will be open at 1:00pm so that early arrivals can enter the stadium.  Other supporters arriving closer to kick-off are strongly advised to be at the stadium by 2:30pm to allow for pre entry searches.  Middlesbrough have advised that the procedure will not be relaxed even if large numbers of supporters arrive close to kick-off.

All supporters will be subject to the following checks on arrival:
• Ticket check to ensure that the correct ticket has been bought.  Adults attempting to enter with concessionary priced tickets will be required to purchase a new full priced ticket, there will be no upgrades.
• All supporters will be required to pass via a canine search team.  The search dogs detect both controlled drugs and pyrotechnics.  Any supporters found to be in possession of either type of item at the search point will be subject to arrest by Cleveland Police.
• Pat-down and bag searches will operate on a targeted basis.

Coach travel
Coaches and minibuses will be able to park at the stadium, subject to available space.  There are spaces for 25 coaches and 10 self-drive minibuses.  The parking fee is £20 per coach, £10 per minibus.  Organisers should notify Cleveland Police of their intention to travel to the match.  This may be done by email to Timothy.Swales@cleveland.pnn.police.uk or by telephone on 01642 303132.

Coaches and minibuses are likely to be required to report to a rendezvous point at Exelby Services on the A19 from where road traffic police will assist in their safe onward journey to the stadium.

Car parking
There are no official car parking spaces available to purchase on the day at the stadium.  Some local businesses do operate unofficial parks which do fill quickly so supporters may wish to use town centre parking.  The website below has a dedicated town centre parking section that supporters may find beneficial: