Villa Park ticket details

Last updated : 13 April 2006 By Reggie Holdsworth
BORO have received 18,500 tickets for the semi-final against West Ham, which takes place at Villa Park on Sunday April 23 (4pm kick-off).

The majority of tickets for the tie are priced £45 each, with others priced at £25, £35 and £55. Ticket prices have been set by the Football Association.

A total of 2,825 tickets are available in a family area that can be purchased on a maximum ratio of one adult to three children, priced £25 for adults and £12.50 for under-16s.

Boro's longest-serving season ticket holders will have first opportunity to purchase tickets for the FA Cup semi-final when they go on sale from 9.30am this Friday (April 14).

Season ticket holders will be able to purchase tickets either online via Boro's official website at or in person at the Riverside Stadium ticket office. A fully completed Voucher X is required from season ticket books when purchasing tickets in person.

On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, tickets priced £25 and £35 will be sold from the North Stand ticket office, while tickets priced £45 and £55 will be sold from the main West Stand ticket office.

Throughout this time, tickets for ALL other fixtures will be sold from the South Stand ticket office.

Boro will give priority to the club's longest-serving season ticket holders, starting with those whose patron numbers are prefixed with either a letter S or T.

Semi-final tickets will be on sale only to S and T Red Book holders between 9.30am and 5pm this Friday and Saturday.

Next priority will go to Red Book holders whose patron numbers begin with either letters B, C or D, who will be able to purchase their semi-final tickets between 10am and 4pm on Sunday.

The remaining Red Book holders, whose patron numbers are prefixed with the letters E, F or G, can purchase their semi-final tickets between 9.30am and 3pm kick-off on Easter Monday or for up to an hour after the final whistle against West Ham.

Those season ticket holders are asked to note that the ticket office in the Riverside's South-East corner will be selling semi-final tickets that day, as the main ticket office will be selling Premier League and UEFA Cup tickets.

White Book holders, whose patron numbers are prefixed with the letters H, I or J, can purchase their tickets subject to availability between 9.30am and 5pm on Tuesday.

Season ticket holders who wish to sit together at Villa Park but who have patron numbers with different application dates may only apply on the application date relevant to the later patron number prefix (ie an S number who wishes to sit with an F number can apply only from Easter Monday).

A fully completed Voucher X from season ticket books must be produced at the time of purchases in person. Those purchasing tickets over the counter must also produce their season ticket book, otherwise no ticket will be sold.

Payment will be accepted by cash, cheque or credit/debit card. However, if purchasing tickets by cheque it must be covered by a cheque guarantee card. No business cheques will be accepted. Credit/debit card bookings incur a £2 booking fee per transaction.

Wheelchair-bound supporters are asked to contact MFC's Disabled Liaison Officer for ticket details.