Tickets for Nottingham Forest’s game against Rotherham United on Saturday are selling fast as Reds supporters continue their superb backing of Aitor Karanka’s side.
The average league attendance at The City Ground this season is an impressive 27,212 – the third highest in the Sky Bet Championship – and Saturday’s crowd looks set to boost that figure even further as Forest look to build on the 2-1 win over Sheffield Wednesday in midweek.
Only single seats remain in the Peter Taylor Stand, Trent End, Lower Brian Clough and Lower Bridgford Stand and so Forest supporters are encouraged to purchase early in order to avoid missing out.
Tickets for the game are priced as follows (matchday prices in brackets):
Adults - £25 (£27)
Seniors - £18 (£20)
18-23-year-olds - £12 (£12)
12-17-year-olds - £10 (£10)
4-11-year-olds - £5 (£5)
The ticket office is open until 6pm on Friday and from 9am on Saturday to give fans as much time as possible to secure their seats for the big game.
Tickets can also be purchased 24 hours a day by visiting tickets.nottinghamforest.co.uk.
Supporters collecting tickets for Saturday’s game are asked to collect as early as possible in order to avoid long queues on matchday and to prevent other fans from missing kick-off.
Tickets can be collected directly from the main ticket office before 12pm on matchday and from the Brian Clough Stand collections office from 12:30 onwards.
This collection point is situated at the corner of the Brian Clough Stand and Trent End.