We have three types of ticket available at Forest Green Rovers: premium seated, seated, and standing. We believe that every league game is as important as the last, so we won’t change our prices based on the match you want to see.
For the 2019/20 season, we have removed advanced pricing and to align with the club’s green ethos, there is a £1 charge for any tickets printed at the ground, encouraging people to buy e-tickets or print their tickets at home.
Under 11s will remain free in all areas of the ground but there will also be a £1 printing charge if bought on the day of the game.
League Two ticket prices
These prices do not include the £1 printing charge
When do tickets go on sale?
Forest Green Rovers tickets go on sale four weeks before the date of the match, and remain on sale right up until kick-off on the day of the game, depending on availability.
Where can you buy tickets?
You can either buy your tickets online or over the phone by calling 0333 123 1889, which you can call during the following hours…
Monday – 9am to 3pm
Tuesday – 9am to 3pm*
Wednesday – CLOSED
Thursday – 9am to 3pm
Friday – 9am to 3pm
Saturday – CLOSED
Sunday – CLOSED
*On Tuesdays when there is a home matchday, the ticket hotline will be open from 9am to midday with tickets available online or from the ticket office three hours before kick off.
Reception at The New Lawn is open on a Thursday between the hours of 9am and 3pm or the ticket office is open before and after each home match.
How will you get your tickets?
Once you’ve bought your tickets, you can either print them off at home or display them on your mobile when you arrive at The innocent New Lawn.
Tickets can also be collected on a Thursday between 9am and 3pm at The innocent New Lawn reception or on a matchday from the The innocent New Lawn ticket office, but there is a £1 charge for printing.
Do I need proof of age when buying a concession ticket?
We are implementing several upgrades to the ticketing system and turnstiles, to improve the matchday experience for supporters and to help prevent ticket fraud.
Our turnstiles now provide a clear indication if a concession ticket is being used, and anybody using one should expect to be able to prove their age if asked.
To purchase a valid concession ticket, you need to qualify for the appropriate age as of August 31, 2019. For example, if you turn 21 on Friday, August 30, then you will not qualify for an U21 ticket and will need to purchase an adult ticket.
These prices are relevant to league games and may vary for other competitions. The club will announce detailed pricing and how to purchase tickets, on a match-by-match basis.