The Bulls away match at Redditch is an all-ticket affair with the home side providing Hereford with an initial allocation of 1,500 terrace tickets for the game which is set to take place on Monday 2nd April. However, Hereford indicate “a further allocation may be available if required”.

In a decision that will upset many travelling supporters, Redditch have revealed there will be no access to seating for away fans.

Ticket prices are £10 adult, £6 concession and £2 children.

Disabled tickets can be obtained by phoning Hereford FC, but these tickets are extremely limited.


➡️ Tickets are available to purchase online now.

➡️ Face-to-face sales will take place on Tuesday 27th March & Thursday 29th March from the Hereford FC Club Shop.

➡️ Collections for pre-purchased tickets will take place on Tuesday 27th March and Thursday 29th March.

➡️ Tickets ordered online can be posted out for a fee of £5 per order (please select the post option at the time of purchase). Tickets will be sent via a tracked delivery.

➡️ Tickets ordered online can also be collected from the Hereford FC Club Shop on either the 27th or 29th March (please select Collect From Ground option at the time of purchase).

➡️ Hereford FC will try to make arrangements for any uncollected tickets to be made available for collection on the day of the game, but this will be confirmed closer to the day of the game.

➡️ There will be no tickets available at Redditch on the day of the game.

➡️ Ticket sales will end at 4pm on Thursday 29th March. There will be no tickets available on the day of the Royston Town home game.

By Editor

Lifelong Hereford supporter who has endured the rise and fall of the club through progressive generations. Sports journalist, broadcaster and commentator who will never forget his Edgar Street roots.

One thought on “Redditch v Hereford: All Ticket – ORDER NOW”
  1. Just read the news about not having any seating for the Redditch game. Surely this is a case for discriminating against supporters that cant stand for long periods or the infirm. If this is the case,then I for one wont go as although I can stand,my partner cant and I don’t intend spending money on food and such like to line Redditch’s pocket. And if this does stand,then I will be writing to the F.A. about it. Yours disgruntled, Stourbridge Bulls.

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