at the Pirelli Stadium, Burton Albion FC
Whitgift V Alleyns
Thursday 7th March, kick-Off 1.15 pm
There will be two options:
There will be Cash Admission to the ground and seating in the Main Stand along with match programme (£3 for all, irrespective of age).
Premium tickets will be priced at £35 for all, irrespective of age. These will entitle the holder to admission to the stadium, admission to the Albion Suite, pre-match meal in the Albion Suite, match programme, reserved seating in the central section of the Main Stand (near the players’ tunnel), access to pay-bar in the Albion Suite, tea/coffee/biscuits after the match and attendance at the players’ post-match meal and reception. The Albion Suite will open from 12.15 pm. Nobody will be admitted to the Albion Suite without a ticket.
Premium tickets are available online by clicking here. Bookings for these tickets will close on Thursday 28th February. No bookings can be taken after this date because the catering order has to be confirmed to Burton Albion in advance. There is no reduction available for children or OAPs. Tickets will be sent out by first class post approximately 5-7 days before the match. Please note that it is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that they pay the correct amount and ISFA will not offer a refund for any overpayments.
Please note that applications will definitely close on 28th February. In past years disappointment has been suffered by applicants who neglected to apply until too late.
Please do not contact Burton Albion FC for tickets to this match. Tickets are only available from ISFA and Burton Albion staff should not be inconvenienced. Those who do contact Burton Albion will simply be referred to ISFA.
DIRECTIONS TO THE PIRELLI STADIUM
The Stadium is located just off the A38, with close links to both the M1 and the M6. Burton-upon-Trent train station is only half a mile away and there is on-site parking for over 400 vehicles.
For directions to the Pirelli Stadium, please click here.
For SatNav users, the ground is on Princess Way and the postcode is DE13 0BH.
The Pirelli Stadium is a professional football ground. It is not possible for parents or other spectators wishing to take photographs to be permitted over the barriers onto the pitch surrounds. Therefore, ISFA has appointed RWT Photography to take the photographs and make a DVD of this match. Photographs and the DVD will be available from their website at www.rwt-photography.co.uk.
Spectators may take photographs from the seating areas but please note that large photographic equipment is not permitted in the stadium – e.g. tripods and long lenses.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO SPECTATORS
Spectators are always advised to check kick-off times with the home school before travelling.
Most schools welcome spectators wishing to attend ISFA Cup matches. However, spectators who are not parents or connected to the home school are reminded that schools are private property. Please contact the school in advance to ascertain the specific procedures that are in place.
Spectators are reminded that schools must take great care with security and need to know who is visiting the school and for what purpose. Spectators are therefore asked to co-operate with this understandable need for security.