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Matchday Guide: Cambridge United vs Curzon Ashton

14 November 2022

Ahead of Tuesday's Emirates FA Cup replay against Curzon Ashton, take a read of our Matchday Guide...

Tickets...

Fans can buy tickets for Tuesday's match, which are available online, over the phone by calling 01223 566500 (option 1) or by visiting the Abbey Stadium Ticket Office.

Please note, the Habbin is not open for this fixture and tickets are available for £15 Adults, £10 Concessions and £5 Under 18s.

Opening Times...

  • Club Shop & Ticket Office: 09:30am
  • Hospitality: 5:30pm
  • Turnstiles: 6:30pm
  • All Food & Drink outlets: 6:30pm

Abbey Helpers...

If you have any questions or queries on the day of the game, please speak to our Abbey Helpers who are wearing high-viz jacket and will be located around the ground.

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Away Fans...

Cambridge United looks forward to welcoming Curzon Ashton's travelling supporters to the Abbey Stadium, who will be housed in the South Stand. Tickets are available on the day from the Ticket Office on Newmarket Road.

For Away Fan Information including how to find the ground, catering options and travel information, please click here.

Cashless Venue...

The Abbey Stadium has adopted a cashless policy for the new season, affecting all outlets inside the ground. Cash will still be accepted outside the stadium - in the Shop, Ticket Office and by roaming Programme and 50/50 sellers outside the ground.

Club Shop & Ticket Office…

The Club Shop and Ticket Office is open from 9:30am until kick-off.

In addition to tickets for Tuesday's match, the Ticket Office is selling Match Tickets for the following fixtures:

  • Cambridge United vs Accrington Stanley - Saturday 19th November, 3pm - Sky Bet League One
  • Forest Green Rovers vs Cambridge United - Saturday 3rd December, 1pm - Sky Bet League One
  • Cambridge United vs West Ham United - Tuesday 6th December, 7pm - Greg Taylor Testimonial
  • Cambridge United vs Plymouth Argyle - Saturday 10th December 2022 - Sky Bet League One
  • Fleetwood Town vs Cambridge United - Saturday 17th December, 3pm - Sky Bet League One

The Club Shop is now fully stocked with Replica Shirts, Matchday and Training Wear, so pop in-store ahead of kick-off to get kitted out and match ready.

Thinking about Christmas already? The popular 100 Things I Love About Cambridge United has been reduced to just £10 and is the perfect stocking filler. Pick up your copy from the shop on Saturday.

Junior U's Kids’ Zone...

The LittleAqua Junior U's Kids' Zone is not open for this fixture.

First Time Visits...

If you are bringing an Under 12 to a game for the very first time, please let us know their name/s to receive a free "My First Visit" certificate to help commemorate the special occasion.

Marvin the Moose...

Our resident mascot, Marvin the Moose will be strutting his stuff around the Abbey in the build up to kick-off, so make sure to say hello, give him a wave or stop for a photo if you see him out and about!

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Scoreboard Announcements...

If somebody you know has their big day coming up soon, send an email to announcements@cambridgeunited.com with all the relevant details to receive a scoreboard shout-out!

Please note, due to the large number of requests, birthday announcements will no longer be read out on the PA system. All scoreboard requests must be submitted by 5pm on the Monday before a Tuesday game.

Matchday Programmes…

Tuesday's Matchday Programme is a reduced 32-page edition and costs just £2.50. Pick up your copy from the Club Shop or around the Abbey Stadium on Matchday.

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If you cannot attend the match, it doesn’t mean you have to miss out - place your order online through the Curtis Sport website or sign up for a subscription.

50/50 tickets...

50/50 tickets can be purchased for £1 from our new Programme and 50/50 Kiosks around the ground. A winner will be picked at half-time with the winning number declared across the stadium PA system.

Food and Drink…

Chicken or Vegetable Curry, Pie and Mash and pastries from Piglets Pantry have recently been added to the menu at food outlets around the ground.

Following supporter feedback, the Club has made a number of changes to its food and drinks offering, whilst all the usual favourites such as Gourmet Burgers, Hot Dogs and Nachos will still be available.

Fans in the Main Stand will be able to grab a pre-match drink from the Dion Dublin Bar, which is open to supporters due to a scaled-back hospitality offering.

All food and drink outlets will open in conjunction with the turnstiles at 6:30pm and supporters should please be reminded that the Abbey Stadium is a cashless venue.

Travel…

There is no on-site car parking available at the Abbey Stadium and supporters are advised that the Cambridge Matchday Park & Ride service is not be in operation for midweek games.

If driving to the ground, supporters are reminded not to park on the drives or grass verges of local residents. This reminder comes following reports in recent weeks of supporters parking at Cambridge Dialysis Centre on Ditton Road, which has meant that patients have been unable to attend treatment appointments. We kindly ask that this site is not used for matchday parking.

Please be considerate if parking on local streets and always follow local guidance and parking laws.

If you require disabled parking, please call the Club on 01223 566500.

Supporter Behaviour...

Cambridge United would like to remind its supporters of new tougher measures and stronger sanctions relating to anti-social and criminal behaviours at football grounds across the country.

The FA, Premier League and EFL have introduced a new set of actions, which will be implemented across all English football leagues this season and are backed by the Football Supporters’ Association.

The new measures target activity such as entering the pitch without permission, carrying or using smoke bombs or pyrotechnics and throwing objects - as well as drug use and discriminatory behaviour.

These acts are dangerous, illegal and have severe consequences. They have no place in football, or anywhere. Click here for more information.


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