Notts County v Scunthorpe United - Tickets for a Tenner

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Saturday 25 March 2023 I 12pm - 5pm I Kick-off 3pm

Notts County - Meadow Lane

Tickets are priced: Adult - £10, 65 and over - £5, Under 22 - £5, Under 16 - £1

Ticket prices have been slashed and a family fun zone will be in place when Notts County celebrate Community Day against Scunthorpe United on Saturday 25 March (kick-off 3pm). 

It's set to be a huge match at both ends of the Vanarama National League table as Notts continue their thrilling race for promotion, while Scunthorpe look to make a miraculous escape from relegation.

The annual initiative will be bigger and better than ever this year as the club team up with their charitable arm, Notts County Foundation, to attract families to Meadow Lane.

And, with so much riding on the game, it's sure to be a fantastic atmosphere and occasion.

Tickets are priced: Adult - £10, 65 and over - £5, Under 22 - £5, Under 16 - £1.

The fun zone, open 12pm-2pm, will be located at Nottingham Padel Centre, accessed from Iremonger Road close to the junction with Cattle Market Road.

All activities are free, including: Padel tennis, climbing wall, aeroball, penalty shooutout, a ride and goodie bags. Pizza and brownies will also be available to purchase from local vendors.

Those who buy tickets online will receive an e-ticket with a barcode which can be scanned directly from their phone at the turnstiles.
Alternatively, call 0115 955 7210 or visit the club shop on Meadow Lane.

Please note - supporters who purchase tickets in the Family Stand will have access to additional activities after entering the stadium.

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