SSFC International Tournament: Book tickets now to avoid disappointment!
With just two weeks to go until the start of the South Shields FC International Tournament, fans are urged to buy their tickets now to avoid any disappointment.
The tournament will kick-off with a fixture between Marseille and Celtic’s Under-23s on Friday, July 27, with kick-off at 7.30pm.
The following day, the Mariners will make their bow in the competition as they take on Southampton’s Under-23s at 3pm.
The tournament will draw to a close on Sunday, July 29 with a third-place play-off at 1pm and a final at 5pm.
Since the tickets went on sale at the club, demand has increased for the three-day festival of football at Mariners Park.
Supporters are advised to avoid the queues on each of the three matchdays by purchasing tickets early, and should sales continue to increase, there is the potential for the games to become all-ticket.
Tickets are available to buy from Mariners Park between 1pm and 4pm on weekdays, and online at all times by clicking here.
Those who buy online can take advantage of discounted tickets which give them the chance to book for the entire weekend, with three-day adult tickets available at £30, with concession tickets priced at £24 and child tickets at £9.
Individual match tickets are £10 for adults, £8 for concessions and £3 for under-16s, while a family ticket for either of the first two days of the tournament costs £22 for two adults and two under-16s.
Those looking to book merely for the final day of the tournament – gaining access to the third-place play-off and the final – can buy tickets at a cost of £15 for adults, £12 for concessions and £5 for under-16s.
So please secure your tickets now to avoid any disappointment!
Registering online for tickets is quite straightforward. However, if you would like some assistance with this process, the club will be holding a series of surgeries to guide you through the steps, so just call us to book your place.
By registering, it will also help the club better understand its fanbase, and give us the ability to use that data to better tailor offers, promotions and other updates to specific individuals, groups and areas.