Reading v Sheffield United - Ticket Info

Last updated : 06 August 2004 By Rob Cooper
Bramall Lane has proved to be something of a rich picking ground for the Royals these past two seasons.

Sheffield United are certainly not an easy side to play, particularly at home, but Reading have recorded back-to-back wins at fortress Bramall Lane.

A year ago Nicky Forster was the hero as the Royals triumphed by two goals to one. The 29-year-old hit a thirty-five-yard thunderbolt to give Steve Coppell's team victory.

More of the same will be required next Saturday if Reading are to assert their early-season ambitions.

The Royals have been allocated 1,711 tickets for the crunch clash at Sheffield United, which kicks off at 3pm next Saturday.

Adult tickets will cost £10, whilst under 16s can get theirs for just £5 as United consider their match with the Royals to be worthy only of a category C rating.

Wheelchair tickets will cost £23, this higher price covers the cost of a personal assistant.

Tickets for the game go on sale to season ticket holders on a two per season ticket basis on Tuesday. Season ticket holders must give their customer number when booking.

Member card holders will be able to buy tickets on a two per member card basis from Wednesday, whilst STAR members will also be able to get hold of tickets from the 11th - but will only be permitted one ticket per membership.

Remaining tickets go on general sale on Thursday 12th.

Fans can book by calling in at the ticket office or by calling (0118) 968 1000. Wheelchair users must call 0870 787 1799 to book.