SHEFF WED GAME IS ALL TICKET
mansfieldtown.net reports that, after much consideration, the two clubs have agreed that the prices for entry into the game between Mansfield Town and Sheffield Wednesday on Wednesday 27th July (7.45pm) will be £10.00 for Adults and £5.00 for concessions.
Stags fans can buy their tickets for the Quarry Lane End and West Stand Upper, and Wednesday fans can purchase their initial 955 allocation in the North Stand.
Please NOTE Tickets for West Stand Lower will be not sold at this time.
Stags fans can buy their tickets from the Field Mill Ticket office open Mon - Fri 9.00 - 5.00pm and on Sunday 24th July at the Field Mill Open Day
The preseason match Versus Sheffield Wednesday (Wed 27th July 2005 KO 7.45pm) has been designated AN ALL TICKET game.
Stags fans can purchase their tickets for this game from 9.00am Thursday 21st July priced at £12 Adults and Concession £7.00
PLEASE NOTE: Tickets are only available for Quarry Lane End (South Stand) and West Stand Upper at this time.
Sheffield Wednesday fans have been given an initial allocation of 955 tickets which can be purchased from the ticket office at the Hillsborough Stadium priced at £12 Adults and £8 concession for the North stand
Friendly Game ALL TICKET
Story by Editor 19 July 2005
The Stags home friendly with Sheffield Wednesday on Wed. 27th July has been made all ticket, and in a decision which will anger home fans, it is felt visiting supporters may be given the lower west stand should they sell their innitial allocation.
Not only has this match been made all ticket, but prices have also been raised from the normal pre-season rates. Adults will be asked to pay £12, with concession rates at £8.
Tickets for home fans go on sale on Thursday July 21st at 9am from the Stags ticket office, with only the Quarry Lane End and Upper West Stand available. This is due to the fact that because of a safety certificate issue regarding the North Stand (away end), only 955 tickets have been made available to Sheffield Wednesday supporters, and the general feeling is that the overspill may have to be housed in the Lower West, although confusion is rife at the moment as Field Mill currently is under going Safety reviews and has a reduced capacity.
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