2 March 2023

Bromley vs Wrexham – Important Ticketing Update

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Bromley vs Wrexham – Important Ticketing Update

As with all our footballing opponents, the Club are very much looking forward to welcoming Wrexham AFC and its supporters on Saturday 18th March.

Due to the scale of the game, and a sell-out crowd expected, this fixture has been declared ‘All Ticket’ meaning tickets must be purchased in advance and there will be no ticket sales available on the day. In addition, further special arrangements have been put in place.

Home Supporters

Given the large number of season ticket holders who have a guaranteed ticket for this fixture and the current percentage of those who attend fixtures, the Club obviously needs to put a control measure in place for this game to make sure the stadium operates at a safe capacity.

As a result, we are asking season ticket holders to ‘claim’ their guaranteed ticket(s) via our ticketing website. These must be claimed by 5pm on Friday 10th March before general sales for members of the public will re-commence.

Instructions for Season Ticket holders can be found using the button link below.

Rest assured that our main priority is to secure Season Ticket holders’ admission, so don’t forget, you can email us tickets@bromleyfc.co.uk, call us on 020 8460 5291 or visit us in person at the Club Shop, Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm for assistance.

With a view to supporting those most likely to need assistance, all Concession Season Ticket holders have automatically been allocated their ticket as per usual and will NOT need to do anything to guarantee entry. Concession season ticket holders can simply scan their season ticket on arrival as usual.

Click here for instructions and to claim your ticket >

Away Segregation

With the fixture being designated as ‘All Ticket’, the Club are providing an increased away ticket allocation, and following the relevant advice from Police and Health & Safety planning meetings, we will need to make use of our new electronic turnstiles to allow safe and controlled entry for both home and away spectators. As a result the away supporters will need to be predominately located on the North Terrace behind the goal. We know this will disappoint some of our fan base, especially with the recent vocal support from that terrace in particular. However, given the location of our alternative electronic turnstiles next to Broomfields and the seated Glyn Beverly Stand, the only option is to locate our visitors at the North end of the stadium.

Wrexham supporters will be hearing from their own club shortly on how to obtain tickets for this fixture.

The Club would like to thank supporters in advance for their co-operation and understanding and look forward to a great afternoon of football at Hayes Lane.

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