Chesterfield FC has announced that the derby match against Sheffield Wednesday at the B2net on Saturday is now a sell-out, apart from a few family stand tickets where tickets can only be sold to an adult with a child.
Spireites chief executive Chris Turner said: “We can expect a cracking atmosphere for the first visit by the Owls to our new stadium and we hope that everyone has an enjoyable afternoon for what will be our biggest crowd of the season.”
Chesterfield chiefs have reminded fans that the game kicks-off at the earlier time of 10pm and the turnstiles open at 11.15am.
On police advice no alcohol will be on sale in the concourses for away fans.
The club has issued some special advice for supporters travelling by car to ensure cars are parked in appropriate places with fans being respectful to the needs of the club’s neighbours.
A list of residential streets which fans should avoid parking on is the club’s website www.chesterfield-fc.co.uk
The streets involved are: Lockoford Lane, James Street, Holme Road, William Street, Sanforth Street, Nelson Street, Grove Road, Pottery Lane (residential section), King Street North, Shaw Street, Park Lane, Ormsby Road, Ludham Close and Ludham Gardens, Greenside Avenue, Glenfield Crescent, Thorndene Close.
Chesterfield fans are also reminded that no Wembley final tickets will be on sale on Saturday and Monday. They are due to go on general sale from 10am Tuesday.