Capacity: 7,798 (all seated)
Address: Northampton, NN5 5QA
Telephone: 01604 683 700
Fax: 01604 751 613
Ticket Office: 01604 683 777
Pitch Size: 116 x 72 yards
Town fans will be housed ted in the Moulton College at one end of the pitch, where 800 supporters can be accommodated.
Tickets remain on general sale until Friday afternoon and are priced as follows:
Adults – £22
Over 65 / Under 21 – £18
Under 18 – £10
Under 11 (Trust Members) – £9
Under 7 – Free of Charge (with a full paying adult)
Any remaining tickets can also be purchased on the day, but are subject to a £2 price increase, except Under 11’s which will increase by £3.
Where to Eat & Drink
Food on sale inside the ground includes; Cheeseburgers £4.20, Burgers £4, Hot Dogs £3.70, Various Pies £3.30 and Sausage Rolls £3.30.
There will be an away supporters bar just outside the stadium on for Town fans on Saturday.
The nearest pub on the Sixfields Complex is the Sixfields Tavern, which is part of the Hungry Horse chain, so it offers food and is family friendly.
How to get there
From The South
Leave the M1 at Junction 15A and take the A43 towards Northampton and you will come to the ground on your right.
From The North
Leave the M1 at Junction 16 and take the A45 towards Northampton and you will come to the ground on your right.
Sixfields stadium is well signposted around the area. There is a fair sized car park located at the ground, which costs £4.
Make sure that you only use the official football parking provided at the ground. Near to the stadium, off the roundabout by TGI Fridays is a hard standing area, known as Duston Mill. On matchdays it is used as a car park, which is manned and costs £4 per car.
Northampton Railway Station is over two miles from the PTS Academy Stadium.
Autograph books at the ready. Comedian Alan Carr grew up in Northampton and went to what is now Weston Favell Academy. His father Graham Carr managed Northampton Town FC. The legendary punk band Bauhaus (Ziggy Stardust) originate from the area, as does former Blue Peter presenter, Peter Purves. Des O’Connor – television presenter and singer, was evacuated to the town during World War II and briefly played for The Cobblers. Former Radio 1 DJ Jo Whiley was born just a corner kick away from Northampton’s former stadium the County Ground.
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