The club can report strong sales of tickets for the Everton FA Cup game as season ticket holders have rushed to book their seats.
At present the West Stand is virtually sold out with only a small handful of seats remaining, whilst many fans have also booked their spot on the terraces against Roberto Martinez’s high-fliers.
Chief Executive Barry Webber commented, “This game is a perfect platform to put the Club, town, fans and our players in the national spotlight and demand for tickets has quite simply been insane. Fans have been queuing out the door, the phones have been ringing off the hook and online orders have been flooding in. Staff here have been working non-stop to ensure all requests are processed, so we’d ask fans to be patient as payments go through and tickets are sent out.
“Everyone knows about the magic of the FA Cup and it’s great that the town is getting behind its team as Graham Westley and his players look to cause a real cup upset against one of the most high profile Premier League names. There is a real buzz around the club and the town and if this is the hype and euphoria already, then I can’t wait until match day on the 25th.
“These opening two days have been fantastic and we look forward to further strong sales as Supporters Association members become the next to enjoy priority ticket purchase.”
Supporters Association members can purchase tickets in person from 10am tomorrow (Friday 10th) and also have Saturday (10am-12pm) and Monday (12pm-4pm) to purchase tickets before Priority Customers* (Tuesday 14th from 10am) and General Sale (from Wednesday 15th from 10am).
.hereTickets start at £15 for Under-15s and £25 for Adults. Full details of prices, ticket limits and how and when you can buy tickets can be found
and from the club shop for the forthcoming home games against Swindon Town (Tuesday 14th) and Notts County (Saturday 18th). Both are vital games as Boro look to continue their good start to 2014 and put together a run of positive results, so we look forward to seeing you there!onlineDon’t forget you can also purchase ‘in advance’ tickets
* Fans can become Priority Customers by either a) spending more than £25 in the club shop from 8th-14th January and / or b) purchasing themselves a match ticket for the home game v Swindon Town on Tuesday 14th January.