Ahead of the visit of Shrewsbury Town on Tuesday evening, we are able to provide supporters with a guide to plan your visit to the LNER Stadium.
University of Lincoln Fan Village
A variety of different food options will be available for supporters of both sides from 10am. Coddy Cones, Curry Jacks, Yellowbelly Sausage, William Wood and Wildjacks Burger will all be present supplying their locally sourced delights.
Tipsy Imp will provide a wide range of premium beers and ciders.
Lincoln City Foundation will be running events for our younger fans and the Red Imps Community Trust will have their stall including old programmes for sale.
Supporters with a Gold+ programme subscription can collect their edition from the Red Imps Community Trust Stand in the Fan Village.
A variety of alcoholic and soft drinks are available. Food and drink will also be available after the game.
Subject to availability, tickets can be purchased from the ticket office before the match but we strongly recommend purchasing online at eticketing.co.uk/imps.
Travelling supporters can purchase tickets from the away ticket office window next to the club shop before the game - these must be bought from the ticket office before the game.
The Foundation will have activities in operation before the match on the 3G pitch outside the SRP Stand, in Poacher's Den and in the University of Lincoln Village.
Players will also be in the club shop at this time to meet fans, pose for photographs and sign autographs.
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 until 11am, 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.
Supporters are asked to get to their seat in good time to take part in pre-match commemorations. The coronation of King Charles III will be marked with a playing of the national anthem before the club's annual tribute to the 56 lost in the Valley Parade tragedy - including Bill Stacey and Jim West from the Imps family.
Our Academy's U17 Floodlit Cup winning side and U8s will take part in a lap of honour, while the new intake of scholars will also be presented to the cowd.
Supporters are asked to remain in the stands after the final whistle to allow the club to acilitate a number of Player of the Season presenations which will take place on the pitch. The players will leave the pitch at the final whistle before quickly returning for the presentation and a lap of appreciation.
Former Players Association guests
Sam Ellis was centre-half and captain of City’s record-breaking 1975-76 team. Sam was voted the Supporters Player of the Season both in that campaign and in the following season when City were in the old Third Division.
Peter Grotier was a goalkeeper who began his career with West Ham United before moving to Sincil Bank in August 1974, taking over the keeper’s shirt from John Kennedy who departed at the end of the 1973-74 season.
Terry Cooper initially signed for City in December 1971 on loan from Notts County. Hewent on to play almost 300 first team games for City.
Gavin Gordon was a striker who signed for the Imps as an 18-year-old in November 1997 from Hull City. In his first season at Sincil Bank he helped City gain promotion from Division Three and continued to feature regularly in the team during his time with the club.
Tony Cunningham was a big striker who signed for City from non-league club Stourbridge in May 1979. Tony remained a regular first team player during his three full seasons at Sincil Ban.
We've loved seeing the pictures of families enjoying matchdays at the LNER Stadium - why not share your images of the day with us on Twitter using the #ImpsSelfie hashtag. If you get a picture with Poacher don't forget to tag him on Twitter at @Poacher_The_Imp!
There are a number of car parking options for supporters attending games at the LNER Stadium this season - click HERE for details.
Our recommended car park is the South Common - click HERE to reserve your space.
There is also a cycle rack at the stadium for people who wish to bike down to the game.
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 HERE.
You get to decide the matchday music at every match! Look out for the post on our social media channels and simply reply with your choice.
This match is available for live video streaming no matter where in the world you are via iFollow Imps for £10 or the equivalent cost in your local currency. The feed comes with commentary from BBC Radio Lincolnshire's Michael Hortin and expert summariser Mark Hone as well as in-play highlights and updates from around the division.
Subscribers in the UK & Ireland can listen to the audio commentary as part of their package, and watch a full-match replay from Monday onwards.
Subscription in the UK & Ireland costs just £4.49 a month, with it even cheaper per month for an annual subscription. Click here to find out the options where you are. iFollow Imps subscribers in the UK & Ireland can also listen to audio commentary of all competitive City games as part of their subscription, as well as extended highlights after the game as well as a full match replay and access to full recordings of the press conferences before and after matches as well as exclusive subscriber-only videos.
We'll share team news on our social media channels as soon as we can, with printed teamsheets available for purchase from the ticket office for 20 pence from around 11am.
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.