There will be a packed The City Ground tomorrow as Nottingham Forest welcome Swansea City in the Sky Bet Championship in front of a sold-out crowd.
The Swans visit Trentside for the first time since the 2011 play-off semi-final and all general admission tickets have now sold out.
Reds supporters have snapped up all tickets available for the game, making it the seventh home sell-out crowd of the eight games played at The City Ground in 2019.
Supporters collecting tickets for Saturday's game are asked to do so as early as possible in order to avoid long queues on matchday prevent you from missing kick-off.
The ticket office re-opens at 9am on Saturday where tickets will be available to collect until 12.30pm or from the Brian Clough Stand collections office after 1pm. This collection point is situated at the corner of the Brian Clough Stand and Trent End.
Accessible seating information
Supporters who are registered as having accessible seating requirements with Nottingham Forest can claim a Disabled Companion seat providing that they are entitled to the high rate of Disabled Living Allowance for either care or mobility, the high rate of Attendance Allowance or the Enhanced Rate of Personal Independence Payment.
If you are looking to enjoy a special day at The City Ground, then don't forget that hospitality packages for the game are available.
Prices start from just £50 (+VAT) per person and details can be found by visiting the commercial website or by calling 0115 982 4450 for more details.
Nottingham Forest now operate a print-at-home service for supporters to utilise when purchasing tickets. Below is a handy video to explain the system.