- Ballot for tickets for Tottenham Hotspur home game to open from Saturday 8 May
- Home supporters expected to return to Premier League matches from 17 May, subject to Government approval
- Foxes host final game of the season against Spurs on Sunday 23 May
- Up to 8,000 Foxes fans could be in attendance
- Ballot open to Season Ticket Holders and Members, except those attending the Emirates FA Cup Final
Supporters are expected to be able to return to stadiums for Premier League matches from 17 May in a reduced capacity, pending the final Government decision on planned Step 3 conditions, which will be announced no later than 10 May.
The Club therefore anticipates a permitted attendance of approximately 8,000 for the visit of Spurs to King Power Stadium on Sunday 23 May (KO 4:00pm) – the first time fans will have seen the Foxes live on Filbert Way since March 2020.
Access to tickets for the game will be determined by ballot, with 90 per cent of available general admission tickets being allocated to 2020/21 Season Ticket Holders and 10 per cent being allocated to 2020/21 Fox Members.
Ballots will be open to all Season Ticket Holders and Members, except those that have been successful in purchasing a ticket for the 2021 Emirates FA Cup Final. This decision was taken to ensure as many supporters as possible have an opportunity to see the team live, across the only two fixtures to which Leicester City supporters have access this season.
Ticket ballot and sales period
|Sat 8 May, 10:00am||Season Ticket Holder and Member ballots open|
|Tue 11 May, 3:00pm||Season Ticket Holder and Member ballots close|
|Thu 13 May, 5:00pm||Time by which all successful ballot applicants will be notified|
|Fri 14 May, 9:00am||Sales window opens for successful ballot applicants|
|Mon 17 May, 5.00pm||Sales window closes|
How to enter the ballot/purchase tickets
Supporters can enter the ballot and purchase tickets (once notified of success in the ballot) during the above times through the following options:
Online at tickets.lcfc.com
Call the City Sales Centre on 0344 815 5000 (option 1)
We will not be offering any in person, over the counter services in the Foxes Fanstore.
All tickets are non-transferable and there will be no upgrades available. Digital tickets will be issued as standard, though print-at-home tickets will be available on request.
Though the final home game of the season is normally a Category A fixture, the Club has taken the decision to implement Category B pricing for this match.
The Club will be covering the cost of all transaction fees relating to the purchase of tickets for this fixture.
In order to maximise stadium capacity under social distancing requirements, Season Ticket Holders will not have guaranteed access to their usual seats. Successful ballot applicants will be presented with a selection of available seating at the point of purchase. Tickets will be priced at matchday rates, reflecting the area of the stadium from which they are selected.
Families in the same household or in a self-designated group can still sit together if the group is no bigger than six. Group bookings must be specified in the ballot application and, if successful, it will only be possible for tickets to be purchased for a group of the same size.
Supporters with disabilities
Supporters with a disability will be able to enter the ballot as described above. Supporters with a disability must select two seats and assign them to their main Supporter Number in order to add the Personal Assistant to their group.
Subject to Government approval that fans can attend the match, junior supporters will be permitted to attend the Spurs game.
2020/21 Season Ticket Initial Payments
All initial payments made for 2020/21 Season Tickets will be credited against the cost of 2021/22 Season Tickets.
A total of 200 car parking spaces will be available on Filbert Street Car Park, priced at £17 per space. Car Parking can be purchased online or via the City Sales Centre during your ticket purchase. Car Parking must be purchased no later than 48 hours prior to kick off.
All attendees will be required to complete a health questionnaire, which will be issued by email to all ticket holders 72 hours before the game. This will be followed by a confirmation check 24 hours before the game. In addition, attendees are required to comply with the Club’s COVID-19 Supporter Code of Conduct.
The Club will remain agile to changing Government advice during the reintroduction of supporters to sporting events and will continue to adhere to the most up-to-date guidelines. Social distancing measures will be in place, increased cleaning routines will be maintained, sanitisation stations will be in use and the Club may introduce processes around access designed to minimise risk to supporters. Face coverings will be required for all attendees and all attendees aged 16 and over will be required to carry photographic identification.
A list of frequently asked questions are available HERE.
The Club’s latest terms and conditions (updated to reflect the various measures which have been implemented as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic) are available at LCFC.com/terms.
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