As 2018 turns into 2019, we are not far from the start of 2019 SSE Airtricity Premier Division.
Season tickets will be on sale until 8th February at the following times from the Brandywell:
- Wednesday 6-9pm
- Thursday 10am-2pm
- Friday 10am-2pm
Please note that regarding online sales:
Please provide your EMAIL and PHONE NUMBER when purchasing.
This is so that we can contact you to select and confirm your seat for the 2019 season.
Your season ticket can be collected or posted out once we have confirmed it is ready.
We are offering three classes of tickets for the 2019 season:
- Adults: £230
- Concessionary: £190
- Child: £60
Season tickets guarantee entry to all 2019 SSE Airtricity Premier Division games. These offer a saving in excess of 10% for adults and concessionary tickets compared to purchasing on a match by match basis.
Encouraging the next generation of fans, children up to the age of 16 can now get a season ticket for less than £4 a game, a saving of over 50% on 2018 prices!
Why should I purchase a season ticket?
A season ticket is the best way to support your club, as it provides vital income for DCFC.
At less than £5 a week, it offers excellent value for money and a chance to support and get behind the Red and White Army.
Season tickets offer between 10% and 20% saving on match day purchasing.
Why have prices changed this year?
The small increase of £10 on the 2018 price will help to keep our club at the top end of Irish football.
In order to encourage a new generation of supporters, we have extended child pricing to cover all those to the age of 15.
Season tickets for anyone under 16 are now up to 50% cheaper than 2018. This allows the new generation of Candystripes to watch for less than £4 per fixture!
What are the single match ticket prices for 2019?
For 2019 single match prices have been set as
- Adult : £15
- Adults aged 16-65
- Concessionary: £12
- Adults over age of 65
- Those in full time education
- Child: £4
- Children aged 5 to 15 years of age
Can I pay in installments?
Yes, Derry City FC offer 0% interest on instalment payments.
You can call to the Brandywell and pay instalments on your season ticket.
Please note that your season ticket will not be provided until all payments are made in full.
When will season tickets be available?
2019 season tickets have been on sale since 21.11.2018 from the Brandywell.
Anyone wishing to purchase a season ticket for the first time, we’d recommend visiting the Brandywell so you can get a better idea of the seating plan and what’s available.
Alternatively, you can purchase online and we’ll get in touch with you to help you select and confirm your seat for the 2019 season.
What are the criteria for Concessionary and Child Tickets?
Concessionary tickets are available to adults over the age of 65 and students in full time education at second or third level. Full time education is deemed to be a registered course at an affiliated institution and/or which is 16 or more hours per week.
Children’s season tickets are available to those aged between 5-15 years of age.
Please note that proof of eligibility will be required in order to purchase a ticket in one of these categories. In the case of proof of age, please provide an accepted form of identification that includes date of birth (passport, driving licence etc).
In the case of full time students, we ask you to provide third party evidence of your current status (stamped letter from education institution, valid student card etc).
How do I access the bar in the Mark Farren Stand?
We now only offer three types of tickets – Adult, Concessionary and Child. This was a result of supporter feedback from last season. We are currently reviewing the access model for the bar in the Mark Farren Stand and will announce details closer to the start of the 2019 season.
I had issues with my seat in 2018, who do I contact?
We are aware that a number of supporters experienced issues with their season tickets in 2018.
Please email [email protected] with an overview of the issue.
We have also implemented a number of process improvements which we hope will reduce the issues noted in 2018.