Fans are still able to buy a ticket online up until 12:30pm on Saturday (30th April). You can do so by clicking here
. The ticket office will then open at 2:30pm and will be selling seated tickets including for the Hazlewoods Stand.
Terrace tickets will be available on the turnstiles when they open at 4pm.
Thomson and Bancks Stand Adults: £21, Ages 65+ & Disabled: £15, Ages 18 and Under & Students: £7, Junior Robins: Free
Main Stand Adults: £20, Ages 65+ & Disabled: £14, Ages 18 and Under & Students: £7, Junior Robins: Free
Terraces Adults: £16, Ages 65+ & Disabled: £12, Ages 18 and Under & Students £5, Junior Robins: Free
Hazlewoods Stand Adults: £21, Ages 65+ & Disabled: £15, Ages 18 and Under & Students: £7
Please note that the the match is a 5:30pm kickoff, not 3pm! Player awards will be presented from 5pm so please make sure you are inside the ground before then to see them awarded. The awards to be presented are:
The Mira Player of the Year
The Tim Cordell Trophy for Young Player of the Year
The Players Player of the Year
The Bryan Jacob Trophy for Supporters Player of the Year.
After the match the players will receive their medals from Brian Barwick (Chairman, National League) and Brian Lee (President, National League) and the championship trophy. All supporters must remain off the pitch at all times. If there are any encroachments onto the pitch the presentations cannot take place.
Having wrapped up the National League title two weeks ago, Gary Johnson's side go into today's game knowing a win will mean they break the 100 point barrier for the season.
This will be Lincoln Manager Chris Moyses' final game in charge of the Imps after he announced last week that he will be standing down. Having played for the club in the 80's, Moyses has been in charge since 2014.
Despite pushing for a play-off birth for most of the season, the Imps have fallen away and now find themselves in 12th place.
The reverse fixture earlier in the season was way back in August, the first game of the campaign. The Robins had 11 debutants starting that day and in a dominant first half display, Jack Munns gave the visitors the lead. Lincoln came back into the game after the break and equalised through Liam Hearn as the points were shared.
Gary Johnson has a full strength squad to pick from for the final game of the season after the return of George McLennan from illness and Danny Wright from suspension.
One last award to play for is the 'Golden Boot', striker Dan Holman (29) is one goal behind Grimsby's Padraig Amond (30) after a run of 15 league goals in 17 games for the Robins since joining in January.
With a large crowd promised for the season finale, today promises to be a memorable day for our football club!