Tickets are now on sale for the crunch Sky Bet League Two clash between Lincoln City and Wycombe Wanderers at Sincil Bank on Tuesday 17th April (k.o. 7.45pm).
The Chairboys have been given an allocation of 1,052 tickets (all seated) for this fixture; tickets will be available to buy on the night of the game at no extra cost.
Prices are as follows.
Concession (60+/Disabled): £14
Students (ID required): £7
Under 18s: £7
Family Ticket (1 Adult, 1 Under 18): £22
Family Ticket (1 60+, 1 Under 18): £17
Call 01494 441118, visit the shop at Adams Park (Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, 10am-5pm), or go online to book. Family tickets cannot be booked online. Pre-booked tickets can be collected from Adams Park until 12pm on the day of the game, or from Sincil Bank from 6.15pm.
By Adrian Wood
Postcode: LN5 8LD
Using the car? These are the recommended road directions
Take the northbound M40 to J10, then the A43 signposted Northampton to pick up the northbound M1 at J15a. Continue on the M1 to J21a, then merge onto the A46 (signposted Leicester, Newark). Continue on the A46, following signs first to Newark, then to Lincoln. At Hykeham roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto the A4134, signposted Lincoln South. After 4.3 miles take the inside lane (signposted City Centre, Worksop A57) and go straight on at roundabout (1st exit) into High Street. After 0.5 miles get in outside lane, and go straight on at lights (s/p City Centre, Worksop A57). After 0.1 miles, turn right into Scorer Street for the ground.
Mileage from High Wycombe = 149 (average journey time 2 hours 40 minutes)
Suggested car parking area
There are a number of small car parks and parking on side streets around the High Street, but be warned they fill up quickly. There are also a number of multi-storey car parks in City Centre.
Fancy using the train?
As this is now an evening fixture, travel by train, returning on the day, is not an option. If you are going up by rail, services depart from London Kings Cross but have at least one change. The 15:48 departure from Kings Cross for example arrives into Lincoln at 18:04 but a change is needed at Retford. Lincoln Central is a 10-15 minute walk from the ground. Turn left out of the station and left again at the main road (High Street), over the level crossing. Take the seventh turning on the left (Scorer Street) and first right into Sincil Bank.
Facilities for away fans
Away fans are located in the Stacey West Stand at one end of the ground, where up to 2,000 fans can be accommodated. Entrance is by turnstiles numbers 4,5,6,7 and 8.This is a covered, all seated stand and generally has good views of the playing action, although it does have a couple of supporting pillars at the front of the stand that could affect your view. The acoustics of this stand are very good, meaning that even relatively few travelling fans can really make some noise.
Spare time before or after match?
I have heard that away supporters are allowed into the Supporters Club (called the Trust Suite) that is behind the South Park Stand. Meanwhile there are some good hostelries to be found along the High St heading towards the town centre. The “Golden Eagle” which is listed in the CAMRA Good Beer guide is recommended. Nearby is the Wetherspoon's pub “The Ritz”. Close to Sincil Bank on the High Street is the “Hop and Barley” micro pub. Also near to Sincil Bank on Scorer Street is the handy “Back of the Net” Fish and Chip Shop.