12 Jan 2022 by John Edwards

Who's going to Solihull? Tickets are available now!


*Lights, camera, action .. Jake Moult in the thick of it against Solihull last October. Picture by Michael Ripley.

It was a big night last time out against Solihull Moors when BT Sport brought their cameras to The J.Davidson Stadium to beam the action live to a nationwide audience as an Altrincham side hit by injury and illness and patched up with last-minute loan signings narrowly lost 2-1 in front of a bumper crowd of 3,683.

The return fixture is fast approaching, and Solihull have kindly informed us of ticket details for Alty fans wishing to travel to Damson Park to cheer on the Robins in their quest for Vanarama National League points.

The game takes place on Saturday, January 29th with a 3pm kick-off, and Solihull have indicated that they have set aside 300 tickets for away supporters, evenly split between standing and sitting areas.

Alty fans planning to attend the game should click on the link, below, where they will find guidance for matchday procedures at the ground as well as the opportunity to book a ticket online.

Here is the extremely helpful information Solihull sent to us:

Solihull Moors v Altrincham

Saturday 29th January 2022 kick off 3:00pm

Please see details below of your club’s ticket allocation for our above fixture: 

·     Ticket Link: https://solihullmoorsfc.ticketco.events/uk/en/m

·        Allocation: 300 tickets, split 150 standing and 150 seats

·        Segregated Match: Yes, the match will be segregated (soft segregation)

·        Ticket Sales: Online in advance AND pay on the day.

Ticket Prices (NL approved promotional game):

·        £10.00 adults IN ADVANCE

·        £12.00 adults MATCHDAY PRICE

·        SENIOR CITIZENS, 18-24 set at:  IN ADVANCE £8.00 AND MATCHDAY £9.00

·        U18 £6.00 ADVANCE, £7.50 MATCHDAY

·        U12 Free


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