Ahead of the Sky Bet League One fixture with Morecambe on Tuesday 8 February, we are able to provide supporters with a guide to plan your visit to the LNER Stadium.
We ask supporters to be considerate of each other, players and club staff as we look to keep everyone safe.
We would encourage supporters to come down to the stadium as early as possible to allow people to enter in the safest manner possible. Face masks are optional throughout the stadium.
If you have any symptoms of Covid-19 such as a loss of taste or smell, or a persistent cough, please stay safely at home and we hope you recover soon.
Please note the red zone car park (corner of Selenity Stand and KryptoKloud End) will be closed during the match.
A variety of different food options will be available for supporters from 5pm. Sausage Grill, Curry Jacks, Love Coffee, the Yellowbelly Sausage Company and the Barbell Burger Co will all be present supplying their locally-sourced delights.
Lincoln City Foundation will be running events for our younger fans based in the community hub in the Lincolnshire Co-Operative Stand. As well as a range of activities put on by the education team, there will be the opportunity to play as your favourite side on Fifa 22.
Make sure you keep an eye out for Poacher The Imp who will be around the LNER Stadium on the day - starting with the University of Lincoln Fan Village for selfies with fans! He'll make his way pitchside by 7.30pm.Food court
There is a food court outside the Selenity Stand which is also available at half-time. Hot drinks are available.
Tickets can be purchased from the ticket office before the match but we strongly reccomend purchasing online at eticketing.co.uk/imps.
Travelling supporters can purchase tickets on the day - these must be bought from the ticket office before the game.
Half-time draw tickets
Tickets are available at the entrances to the stadium footprint via Cross Street and Sincil Bank, as welll as outside the ticket office and all hospitality areas.
Gold and Gold+ Members can travel on Stagecoach services for free on matchdays.
For fans arriving by train, the LNER Stadium is a short walk (0.7miles) from Lincoln Central.
The club are using a new drop-off area for travelling coaches on the South Common (LN5 8LN) - information on this will have been shared directly with the visiting club via our supporter liaison officer.
Supporters attending home fixtures at the LNER Stadium this season can park in the South Common car park (LN5 8LN) which is just a short walk away from the ground.
This costs £5 per car and opens at 5pm before closing one hour after the final whistle. Pay on the gate is available at this car park via cash and card, but booking your space online via eticketing.co.uk/imps remains the best way to guarantee your space.
There are a number of alternative parking options for supporters attending games at the LNER Stadium this season - click here for details.
In addition to street parking there are a number of pay & display car parks run by Lincolnshire County Council. The following public car parks have offers for midweek games: Tentercroft Street (380); Lucy Tower (420); Chaplin Street (45)
- Discounted evening tariff after 6pm
- 50% reduction on price (typical full cost is £3.50 - so cost would be £1.75)
- Pay-by-Phone using a four-digit number (not the one on the boards)
- The Pay-by-Phone codes are Chaplin Street 7854, Tentercroft St 7840 and Lucy Tower Street 7852.
There are 380 parking spaces at Tentercroft Street (LN5 7DB), 420 at Lucy Tower (LN1 1XL) 100 at King Street (LN5 7BN) and 45 at Chaplin Street (LN5 7BN) which are all available on a first-come-first-served basis.
First-time visitors & travelling fans
We warmly welcome new visitors to the LNER Stadium as well as travelling supporters. Check out our guide for everything you need to know to plan your visit.
If you have any issues on matchday look out for our dedicated here-to-help team who will be on the stadium footprint to help with any enquires.
Audio descriptive commentary
The Imps provide a free audio descriptive commentary service for fans with visual impairments. Headsets and receivers can be collected from the ticket office before the game (from the SLO point 12noon-2pm, then from the ticket office desks). Fans are encouraged to bring their own headphones where possible to minimise the amount of equipment needed to be shared - the receivers have a standard aux output. Anyone with questions about the service are asked to contact disability liaison officer Heidi Langham on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our 64-page programme features an interview with recent signing Brooke Norton-Cuffy as well as updates from the manager and chief executive. There is also analysis of the opposition, historical content and much more. Supporters not at the game can order a copy of the programme here.
Programmes are available from sellers around the stadium as well as from the ticket office, with fans able to pay by cash or card.
This match is available for live streaming wherever in the world you are - click here to find out the options where you are. Subscribers can receive audio commentary as part of their package. A monthly pass offers the best value, with live audio or video streaming (based on your location) as well as full match replays and access to full recordings of press conferences before and after games.
Safe text number
We offer an anonymous safe text number for supporters to report any concerns around safety or inappropriate behaviour and chanting in or around the stadium. You can contact the safe text line on 07718 483367.