Yeovil Town’s ticket portal has updated to show that tickets for the Glovers’ FA 2nd Qualifying game against AFC Stoneham are now on sale. 

At time of writing, tickets can only be purchased in either the Thatchers Gold Terrace or in the Bamfords (main) Stand.

This includes away fans who will be situated in blocks, AA, A and some of B in that main stand.

Click HERE to purchase yours

Prices are;

Adults – £10,
Senior, Armed Forces, Under 21s – £7
Under 16s, Under 12s – £2

Please be prepared to show the appropriate ID if buying a concession ticket.


The match is on Saturday 16th of September with a 3pm kick off.

All money’s raised from ticket sales (after costs) will be split 50/50 between the two sides, yesterday, the Stoneham chairman said it was a ‘dream’ tie and they would love to get as many of the 1500 people associated to their club through their many teams to the game.

If the game is a draw at 90 minutes a replay will be arranged, winners of the tie will pick up £3375 from the competition prize fund and £1125 will be distributed to the losing clubs


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Tim Lancaster
7 months ago

Good move opening the terrace, it’s awful when the old regime shut it and left only the seats open. Killed any atmosphere.

Gareth Williams
7 months ago

I would suggest that the whole ground should be open . The season ticket holders in the Screwfix Stand will have to change their side of the ground if not , so they may decide not to bother . To show respect to the opposition and to the competition itself , the whole ground should be opened . Then with a bit of marketing , a decent crowd which will produce a good atmosphere will then in theory produce a better game . Even if you drop the prices a bit you will be generating some off-field income for the coffers . All down to marketing , something we haven’t bothered to do for cup games for a few years .