The Lorne Street stand and the Railway Paddock are now completely sold-out ahead of Vale’s hugely anticipated game against Burton Albion.
The club announced on Friday that Lorne Street stand, which currently has a capacity of around 2,000 and the 3,750 capacity Railway Paddock have now completely sold-out.
With this game set to be Vale’s biggest gate of the season, the club have issued the following instructions:
- Cash turnstiles will be available for the Railway stand (upper part of the Railway side), the family stand and the Bycars
- Tickets for the Bycars End can also be purchased from the club ticket office
- Please buy your ticket in advance if you can
- Please allow plenty of time to get to the ground and to get to your seat.
Prices have been reduced to just £9 for home fans as the club pays tribute to the 1993/1994 season, when the club last won promotion. As part of the matchday programme there will be:
- Beer on sale for £1 a pint in Tommy Cheadle’s ahead of the game
- Reduced prices for Port Vale shirts in the club shop
- Music from 1994 will be played over the PA system
- Members of the 1994 promotion side and the Autoglass trophy side will be guests of honour
- Clap banners have been distributed around the ground to help fans generate some noise
More information about the game: [posts-by-tag tags = “1994”]