Harrogate ticket and travel information – no away tickets available on this day – News

ByRochelle W. Stone

May 2, 2022

Saturday sees the final round of games in the Sky Bet League Two campaign, with Sutton visiting Harrogate for a game U must win to retain any hope of being involved in the play-offs. U will wear all green.

Tickets for this match MUST be purchased in advance as there will be no tickets available for Sutton supporters to purchase on the day in Harrogate. Prices are: Adults £16; Concessions (65+; full-time students with ID; registered disabled) £13; Under £18 £5. Seat prices are £1 higher in all cases.

Tickets can be purchased from the club shop between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. Monday through Thursday this week. They can also be ordered by phone at the same times, with the cut-off this Tuesday, May 3 at noon – tickets will be displayed and an additional charge of £1.50 will be charged.

Access for all Sutton supporters is via the South Wetherby Road turnstiles. A detailed away fans guide to the pitch can be found here.
The supporters coach departs at 7am, fare £35 return. Email [email protected] or text 07989 261929 (please confirm your name) to reserve a place. Please note that fan drop-off will be at the designated car park approximately 15 minutes’ walk from the pitch. More details can be found in the away fan guide above. Update Tuesday May 3: Coach is now fully booked.

For independent travelers by car: Leave the A1(M) at Junction 47 and take the A59 towards Knaresborough. At a roundabout a few miles away, ignore the A59 signs and instead take the A658 towards Bradford. At the second roundabout, turn right onto the A661. Pass a Sainsburys on the left and the pitch is on the right just before the hospital. There is no ground parking, but street parking is available around the ground, although parking restrictions apply in some cases. You can park for £5 at the Cedar Court Hotel in Park Parade (HG1 5AH) – book your car and pay at reception. You can also use the downtown parking lots and walk to the ground, about 15-20 minutes.

By Rail: There is a direct service to Harrogate from Kings Cross at 9.33am, arriving at 12.24pm, and a direct return service at 5.36pm, arriving at King’s Cross at 8.31pm. Alternatively, there are a number of options from King’s Cross, changing at York or Leeds, with a total journey time of around three hours. It’s about a 20 minute walk to the pitch, or the number 7 bus from the adjacent bus station offers discounted fares on presentation of a match ticket. If you are coming from Leeds you can also use Hornbeam Park station which is about a 25 minute walk from the ground.