Stockport County’s final game of the season at Nuneaton could see them league winners for the first time in over 50 years!
The Hatters are just one step away from winning the National League North and promotion to the National League.
With a huge fan following, Nuneaton have allocated a further 1000 tickets for Stockport County fans to the all-ticket trip to the final away game of the season. The 1000 all-standing tickets in The Garage Door Stand (behind the goal), opposite the already County-filled West (Away) End, takes Stockport County’s overall allocation to just shy of 3500 tickets.
Commercial Manager Simon Dawson added, “It has been a monumental season for the club. We have broken records for attendance with our crowds and have also had record hospitality visitors and the end of season dinner is also sold out, with again a record number attending. It only goes to show the potential that is here in the town and we look forward to progressing and making the step up next season.
On a personal note, we have had tremendous support from our sponsors and have been pleased to get new companies involved as well as welcome some old faces back. We look forward to working closely with all our partners next season and thank them all for their help this year.”
The new allocation will be split between online and the Ticket Office, and both will go on sale from 12pm noon today – Thursday 25th April. The Ticket Office will be open 12-4pm. Find out more here
Official photographer for Stockport County, Mike Petch, has been following the team throughout the season.
It’s been a rollercoaster of a season, no doubt, and I’m pleased to say I’ve witnessed almost every minute of it – home and away. We started slowly but the middle period of the campaign saw some fantastic football, and the records we’ve been breaking en route to where we are, ahead of this weekend’s finale was mesmerising.
‘Last weekend really summed up the season as a whole, a tough away defeat against our title rivals left us feeling on edge and unsure how things would pan out, but the euphoria of climbing back to the top, with the help of an injury time winner from Spennymoor was fantastic. Made a little sweeter as Spennymoor’s photographer is a friend of mine.
Just one more step, and it’s done and dusted.