Tickets on sale for trip to Rodney Parade
Newport County v Exeter City
Rodney Parade, Newport, South Wales, NP19 OUU
Saturday, December 31, 3pm
Tickets for Exeter City's match away at Newport County on Saturday, December 31, are now on sale and can be purchased in one of three ways.
You can get them online at tickets.ecfc.co.uk, in person at - by calling into the reception at St James Park between 9am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday or at least three hours before kick-off and after full-time on home matchdays - or by phoning Exeter City on 01392 411 243 and pressing option 3.
The match is not an all-ticket game, meaning fans can purchase entry in the ground on matchday. There is also no discounts for purchasing your tickets in advance.
Ticket prices are as follows - Bisley Stand:
Senior (60+): £16
Young adult (under-21): £16
Ticket prices are as follows - South Stand:
Senior (60+): £14
Young adult (under-21): £14
Under-16s or under-6s on August 1, 2016. Under-6s must be accompanied by a full paying adult or senior.
Ambulant disabled customers pay according to the above categories and the assistant/carer ticket is free of charge. Wheelchair users and their carers must purchase tickets in advance from the Newport County ticket office by phoning 01633 481896.
Guide to the stands
Guide to the stands
Away fans are mostly housed on one side of the Bisley Stand, where around 580 fans can be accommodated. This stand is all seated and covered and being a relatively new stand the facilities inside are good. The stand is shared with home supporters who are separated by a portion of green netting, draped over the seats. In addition a small temporary block of open seating is also made available at the South End. This has a capacity of just over 400. As to be expected the seating in the Bisley Stand gives the better and more comfortable view of the game, but both areas share the same facilities.
Via The Ground Guide
Collection and ticket purchase on the day
On match day at Newport, City fans can buy tickets from the kiosk at gate six (by the away turnstiles). The prices don’t increase but it’s cash only.
Any collections will be made from there too.
For supporters traveling by private car, the use of Junction 25A from the M4 motorway will take them to the city centre car parks (which are signposted). From here it is a short walk across the Millennium river bridge to gate six at the ground. This will mean supporters avoid the building works.
The coach station and train station are also a short walk from the ground, Rodney Parade is signposted from these areas
Newport have dedicated away supporters bar facility with BT Sport/Sky Sports on TV screens within the away section of the ground. Tea, coffee and hot food are also available from an outlet within the away end.