Wrexham AFC Women’s Genero Adran Trophy last-16 fixture against Briton Ferry Llansawel will take place on Sunday December 3 at 2pm at The Rock.
Conscious of the fixture clash with the men’s first team’s FA Cup Second Round game against Yeovil Town on the same day, we applied to have either the date or kick-off time moved.
Unfortunately, this request was turned down and as a result the fixture must remain in its initial slot, or we would lose home advantage.
Tickets for the match at The Rock cost £3 for adults and £1 for under-16s. All under-14s must be accompanied by a full-paying adult.
How to purchase
This match will be a fully-ticketed fixture, with tickets available to book online or from the Club’s Ticket Office.
Tickets cost just £3 for adults and £1 for under-16s. Please note, all under-14s must be accompanied by a paying adult.
All supporters claiming a ticket must have a valid, up-to-date eTicketing account. We are now pleased to announce that you can now purchase up to four tickets per account.
Due to this, ticket checks for concessions will take place at the ground and ID may be required at the gate.
If you are buying for friends and family, please see this page on how to create a family and friends network, in order to purchase tickets on behalf of others.
Tickets for this fixture will go off sale at 10am on Sunday December 3, while tickets will be sold on the day at the Rock subject to availability.
All sales on the day will be cash-only, there are no provisions for card payments.
All tickets will be issued as paper tickets, and it is advised that they are picked up from the Ticket Office at the STōK Cae Ras in advance of the game.
There will be a collection facility in place at the Rock, however, this should be used as a last resort to avoid delays and ensure that you can make it into the ground ahead of kick-off.
Please note, that ticket collections for any other games cannot be processed within 90 minutes of a men’s first-team home match, in order to help us reduce queuing times for match-day enquiries.