Get in quick, three stands have sold out & car parking is now on sale
Anyone wishing to witness the England U21’s in live UEFA European Championship qualifying action at Greenhous Meadow are being urged to snap up their tickets quickly as only a limited number now remain.
The match is set to take place amidst an electric atmosphere as The Roland Wycherley Stand, Salop Leisure Stand and Surridge Stands have all SOLD OUT, with tickets now only available for purchase in the Pro-Vision CCTV Stand (North Stand).
Over 8,000 tickets have already been sold for the fixture against San Marino, which takes place on Tuesday night, 19th November, with 6pm kick-off, and spectators will be treated to seeing a host of Premier League stars in action including Manchester United’s Wilfried Zaha, Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling and West Ham’s Ravel Morrison.
Tickets are available from the Greenhous Meadow ticket office, over the phone and online and are priced at £10 for adults and £5 for concessions, while family tickets for two adults and two children are £20.
As of today, 100 spaces have been made available for supporters to purchase car parking spaces on the stadium site. Spaces are priced at £5 per car and are available to purchase online, over the phone, or in person at the ticket office.
Passes are NOT valid for Shrewsbury Town supporters who have car parking permits for the 2013/14 season.
The Meole Brace park & ride site will be open, offering a park & walk service to the ground, but as yet there has been no confirmation whether or not Sutton Grange car parking will be open.