A final batch of tickets in the Jimmy Seed Stand for Friday’s evening’s League One play-off semi-final second leg against Doncaster Rovers will be going on sale at 5pm on Tuesday as The Valley heads for a sell-out.
1,000 seats in blocks D,E,F,K and L will become available in The Valley's south stand, which is usually exclusively reserved for visiting supporters.
Once those tickets are sold, it will mean that well over 24,000 Addicks will pack out the stands at Friday’s big game. The remaining seats in the previously-closed block of the West Stand were due to go on sale on Monday, but were snapped up by internal sales, including family and friends of playing and coaching staff, leading to the decision being made to open up the Jimmy Seed Stand to home supporters for the first time since 2012.
Jimmy Seed stand tickets will not be able to be printed at home or sent via the post and must be collected from the Valley's Ticket Office which will reopen at 9am on Wednesday morning. If tickets remain, they will also be available to purchase in person from the Ticket Office.
Supporters who are attending Friday evening's match are reminded to leave plenty of time to enter the ground due to the higher-than-usual attendance and are also urged to avoid bringing bags, if possible, to ease security checks upon entrance.
East Stand ticket holders should be aware that there will be no entrance available via Landsdowne Mews and must enter the ground via the East Stand Harvey Gardens turnstiles.
The Landsdowne Mews entrance will be reserved for home fans in the Jimmy Seed Stand.