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Sevilla Home Ticket Arrangements

Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by SJN-Fox, Jan 12, 2017.

  1. SJN-Fox

    SJN-Fox Well-Known Member

    Full ticket details for Leicester City’s UEFA Champions League Last-16 tie with Sevilla FC have now been confirmed.

    After finishing top of Group G thanks to a brilliant start to the European campaign, the Foxes will first face the Spanish outfit at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium on Wednesday 22 February, before the return leg takes place at Leicester City Stadium on Tuesday 14 March.
    Leicester City FC vs. Sevilla FC
    Tuesday 14 March, 2017 (KO 7.45pm GMT)
    Leicester City Stadium

    Ticket Prices

    Selling Arrangements

    On-sale dates:
    Season Ticket Holders – 9am on Thursday 26 January
    Gold Members – 9am on Monday 6 February
    Silver Members – 9am on Thursday 9 February
    City Members – 9am on Monday 13 February
    General Sale - 9am on Thursday 16 February

    The deadline for Season Ticket Holders to purchase their own seat is at 5pm on Saturday 4 February, before these seats are released on sale to Members.

    Please note, there will be NO sales on Sunday 5 February and Sunday 12 February.

    All Season Ticket Holders who purchase their Season Ticket seat will have their ticket loaded onto their Season Card.

    All tickets are sold one ticket per Season Ticket or Membership. All Member sales periods are subject to availability.

    Please note the Club will not be able to operate the Cup Scheme for the UEFA Champions league fixtures. Therefore, each Season Ticket Holder will be required to purchase their own tickets.

    Seat Relocations

    Due to competition requirements to facilitate an increased number of UEFA’s broadcast and commercial partners in the knockout stages, the Club is mandated to alter its seating configuration in some parts of the stadium, regrettably affecting the availability of seats regularly used by some Season Ticket Holders.
    Affected Season Ticket Holders will be contacted directly and given notice of an exclusive window in which they can relocate to a different part of the stadium. This window will be open between 9am on Monday 23 January and 5pm on Saturday 4 February. All Season Ticket Holders will be guaranteed access to a ticket until 5pm on Saturday 4 February, but only those required to relocate will have access to seats that are not currently occupied by other Season Ticket Holders. All other Season Ticket Holders will have access to their regular seat only.
    Unfortunately, relocating Season Ticket Holders will not be able to purchase their tickets online. You will need to contact the City Sales Centre on the number below or visit the City Fanstore in person by 5pm on Saturday 4 February.

    Areas of the stadium affected by relocation:

    First Floor Seating Area
    Rows Q to EE; seats 110-153
    Rows Q to U; seats 188-221
    Rows V to BB; seats 188-229
    Rows CC to MM; seats 188-222
    Block A2
    Rows A to B; seats 27-80
    Rows C to D; seats 28-80
    Rows E to F; seats 29-80
    Row G; seats 30-80
    Rows H to J; seats 31-80
    Rows K to L; seats 32-80
    Rows M to N; seats 51-80
    Rows P to DD; seats 51-79
    Rows EE to MM; seats 66-79
    Block B2
    Row E; seats 156-161
    Row N; seats 185-187
    Pitchside seats/spaces; 37-39
    Block C1
    Rows A to K; seats 261-301
    Row L; seats 261-290
    Row M; seats 261-301
    Rows N to U; seats 261-290
    Row V; seats 261-266
    Row V; seats 278-290
    Rows W to DD; seats 278-290
    Block SK4
    Rows LL to MM; seats 9-28
    Block H1
    Rows JJ to KK; seats 154-175
    Row LL 150-175
    Row MM; 148-158
    Row NN; 152-156
    Block J1
    Rows JJ to LL; seats 178-205
    Block J2
    Rows JJ to LL; seats 209-238
    Block J3
    Rows JJ to LL; seats 241-268

    South Stand and North Stand pitchside wheelchair positions
    *Season Ticket Holders on the First Floor will also be given the opportunity to purchase a Hospitality package for this fixture.
    Please note, UEFA may return some of this ticket allocation back to the Club in the week prior to the fixture. Should a suitable number be returned in good time, relevant Season Ticket Holders will be contacted and given the opportunity to switch back to their regular section (if not their regular seat) on a first-come-first-served basis. While the Club will exercise its best endeavours in this regard, access to tickets returned by UEFA cannot be guaranteed due to the short timeframe involved.

    Places will initially be available on a basis of one per Seasonal Hospitality package held, or Hat-trick package purchased for the group stage, until the sales process reaches General Sale.

    Please contact our Hospitality team on 0344 815 5000 (Option 2) if you are interested in purchasing a hospitality package for the Sevilla home fixture.

    Car Parking
    Car parking for the Sevilla FC match is located on Filbert Street and at the Leicester City Stadium car park.
    Seasonal Car Park Holders will be able to purchase a parking space from Monday 23 January until Saturday 4 February. These will be charged at £17 per space. Please note car parking is very limited and these will be sold on a first-come-first-served basis.
    Purchase your car parking space in person at the City Fanstore or by phoning the City Sales Centre on 0344 815 5000 (Option 1).

    Opening Hours
    The City Fanstore is open Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm, Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 2pm.
    The City Sales Centre is open Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm, Saturday 9am to 3pm (closed Sunday)

  2. Jeff

    Jeff Administrator Staff Member

    I was hoping people who bought the ticket package for the group games would get priority for this one, but that's not the case.
    They've increased the prices too. £50 for the cheapest adult non STH ticket is ridiculous.
  3. Blaarev

    Blaarev Well-Known Member

    It's The Champions League, man. Dilly ding, dilly dong! You talk blah, blah, blah. Wake up man, we're in the Champions League.
  4. fitz

    fitz Well-Known Member

    **** that. Did the group stages but they can get fucked asking for £50. It's on the fucking telly....
  5. Graz

    Graz Well-Known Member

    Yep, expensive tickets and was hoping for priority from the group games!

    Can't see them reaching my silver membership now unless enough people are put off by the ticket prices. I'll still try...

    Also, that's a LONG window for season ticket holders before gold members get a go...
  6. City Fan

    City Fan Well-Known Member

    Why would someone who boosted the club coffers by £135 this season get priority over someone who boosted the club coffers by £450?
  7. Jeff

    Jeff Administrator Staff Member

    I'm not saying they should get priority over season ticket holders, but ahead of members. It was effectively a mini season ticket after all.
  8. City Fan

    City Fan Well-Known Member

    That would seem more reasonable.

    Although if I remember right the memberships cost loads for bugger all benefit. There would be uproar if general sale got ahead of them - 3 match CL ticket or not.
  9. Lako42

    Lako42 Well-Known Member

    It might also be contractually stipulated in Members packages
  10. homer

    homer Well-Known Member

    Forty feckin' sovs, FFS !!
  11. Brown Nose

    Brown Nose Well-Known Member

    That's a shitload of tickets being given to UEFA cronies isn't it? 4,000 plus?!?!
  12. lazzer

    lazzer Moderator

    I wish mine were !
  13. pork pie fox

    pork pie fox Well-Known Member

    I wish mine were!
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  14. Lako42

    Lako42 Well-Known Member

    So if every season ticket holder purchased there wouldn't be any left for anyone else
  15. Brown Nose

    Brown Nose Well-Known Member

    That's going to seem even more expensive if we're three or four down after the first leg.
  16. cambiassoo

    cambiassoo Member

    Got my tickets this morning and couldn't believe how many were left.

    Have our Season Ticket holders really lost their appetite, even for tickets to witness something as historic as a last 16 champions league encounter at the KP?

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  17. Lako42

    Lako42 Well-Known Member

    I was talking about this at work today.

    I have never so begrudgingly handed over money for a ticket to watch Leicester play such a monumental game of football.

    The players that got us to this game have so badly let us and themselves down that there is hardly any appetite for this amongst the fans.

    Most feel the tie will be over after the 1st leg spending more big money to watch these players is very hard to justify.
  18. SJN-Fox

    SJN-Fox Well-Known Member

  19. City Fan

    City Fan Well-Known Member

    I bet they'll be a late flurry for tickets if it's delicately poised after the first leg.

    But I see what you mean. It's almost a £40 gamble. I can imagine they'll be thousands of people selling their tickets for next to nothing if we go into the home leg 4-0 down.
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