The Robins take on Forest Green Rovers in a much-anticipated clash in League One this Saturday (2PM KO).
Cheltenham drew first blood after knocking Rovers out of the Papa John's Trophy at the Bolt New Lawn, but now the two rivals will battle it out for the first time ever in League One.
The match will kick-off from 2PM, instead of the the original 3PM slot, due to England's World Cup Quarter Final later in the afternoon.
Thanks to the brilliant support, only limited unconvered standing tickets are left on sale and these can be purchased online.
Away match tickets are not able to be produced digitally. Any tickets uncollected from the Completely-Suzuki Stadium will be taken to the Bolt New Lawn for collection on the day.
We advise collecting tickets for Forest Green on Saturday in advance from the ticket office at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium. If you are not able to collect from us, please allow plenty of time to collect on the day at the Bolt New Lawn as there are a large number still to be collected.
Travel Club Info
Official CTFC Travel Club will depart the Completely-Suzuki Stadium at 11:30AM.
Non Members: £12
Young Robins: £4
By booking tickets you agree to the terms and conditions of travel, which can be found here.
If you do not collect your tickets in advance, they will be left with the on-board steward for collection prior to travel.
Please note that seating plans are drawn up in advance and changes on the day may not be possible. If you have specific seating requests, please e-mail the Ticket Office with details.
If you are making your own way to the Bolt New lawn, see below the directions to the ground.
If you can't make the match, then watch the action on iFollow through our Match Pass.
A new set of actions will be implemented across all English football leagues for the 2022/23 season and will be backed by the Football Supporters’ Association. They will target activity such as entering the pitch without permission, carrying or using smoke bombs or pyrotechnics and throwing objects - as well as drug use and discriminatory behaviour.
Anyone caught possessing or using pyrotechnics will be reported to the police and prosecution could result in a permanent criminal record. The pitch must remain safe for players, managers and match officials, just as the stands should be for supporters.