Cambridge United are delighted to confirm fans will be returning to the Abbey Stadium, beginning with next Wednesday’s fixture against Mansfield Town. The Football Club today announces full ticketing information.
With Cambridge placed into Tier 2 in yesterday’s government announcement, the Club have this morning received sign off for a covid-safe capacity of 2,000 from the local Safety Advisory Group for the next three fixtures at the Abbey Stadium against Mansfield Town, Oldham Athletic and Gillingham (Papa John’s Trophy).
With supporters now permitted to attend the fixture against Mansfield on 2nd December, the kick off time has been moved back to its original time of 7:45pm.
KEY INFORMATION FOR THE MANSFIELD FIXTURE
Season Ticket Holders
Season Ticket Holders in seated areas, DO NOT REQUIRE A SEASON CARD, and will later this afternoon be sent their e-tickets for Wednesday’s fixture against Mansfield Town. Supporters are advised to check their junk mail if they have not received their tickets.
Season Ticket Holders in seated areas are also reminded that their tickets for this fixture will not be in the seats they booked as season tickets, but will be in the approximate area. This is to enable the Club to safely allocate seats to as many supporters as possible. E-tickets must be scanned on entry to the ground. These can be printed out or scanned directly from smartphones.
Terrace Season Ticket Holders can enter the ground as normal, with their season cards. If you have not received your card for the terrace, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please Note – As per government guidelines season ticket holders who reside in Tier 3 areas will not receive an e-ticket and should not travel to the game.
There will be a small number of match tickets available, to take the Football Club up to the covid-safe capacity of the Abbey Stadium. Remaining match tickets will go on general sale at 9am Monday morning, online at cufcdirect.com and by phone on 01223 566500. They will be available on a first come first served basis, to supporters who had a registered cufcdirect.com account prior to Cambridge United’s final home game of the 2019/20 season (29th February vs Carlisle United).
NO SEATS WASTED!
Season ticket holders who know they are unable to attend Wednesday night’s fixture are strongly encouraged to let the Club know by contacting email@example.com or the ticket office twitter @cufc_to as soon as possible. This will allow the Football Club to place the tickets back on sale, re-allocating them as match tickets. This will benefit both the Club and fellow supporters. This will not affect season ticket holders receiving their automatic e-tickets for future fixtures.
Cambridge United still await further confirmation from the EFL in relation. However, the Club is hopeful season ticket holders will continue to receive home fixtures for free, should they not be able to attend, and that match passes will still be available to purchase for every game at £10 for non-season ticket holders. The Club will confirm further in due course.
If supporters have any ticketing queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, message @cufc_to on Twitter or call 01223 566500.