Matchday Guide: Blackpool vs Cardiff City
Blackpool host Cardiff City in the Club's first Championship home fixture for six years on Saturday - and an amazing atmosphere is expected.
Supporters are returning to the stadium for a league encounter without attendance restrictions for the first time in 17 months, as the Seasiders aim to build on an opening day point at Bristol City.
Here's some of the important information you need to know:
The match against Cardiff City is a Category A clash, with the best ticket savings applying to advance purchases, as opposed to those bought on the day.
For pricing, click here.
The North Stand has already sold out, so make sure you visit eticketing.co.uk/blackpoolfc to get your tickets for the game now.
Supporters who are yet to collect season ticket cards for 2021/22 are asked to do so in good time. The ticket office will be open from 10am on the day of the game, allowing you to avoid any queues inside the store close to kick-off.
The Club is advising all supporters to arrive early for the fixture and take their seat in the ground. The turnstiles open from 1.30pm.
Copies of The Seasider, Blackpool's official matchday programme, will be available to buy from the shop or programme sellers located outside of the ground. A digital version is also on sale, which can be purchased via the MatchDay Digital App on the Apple App Store or Google Play.
The Club's new away kit for the 2021/22 season has now landed in the shop and is also available to purchase. The shop will be open from 10am until kick-off.
Code of Conduct:
As part of the Government’s Guidance on COVID-19 safety measures for elite sport, and Sports Ground Safety Authority (SGSA) advice, a Supporters’ Code of Conduct has been introduced to principally guide and advise ticket holders of the protocols in place ahead of and during the matchday event. You can download it here.
Other Ways to Watch or Listen:
If you're unable to make the game, then there's a range of options available on Tangerine TV to watch or listen to the 90 minutes of action.
Supporters living outside of the UK and Ireland can watch a live, four-camera stream of the game by purchasing a match pass for £10 here. A seasonal pass can also be purchased for £170*.
Those unable to access a match pass can sign up for an audio commentary pass, priced at £4.50 per month or £45 for the season here.
About Tangerine TV:
Tangerine TV is a full replacement for iFollow. If you were a previous iFollow subscriber, you will need to re-register on Tangerine TV as the accounts unfortunately cannot rollover. The sign-in you create for Tangerine TV is for use on Tangerine TV only.
All monthly Tangerine TV subscriptions are set to auto-renew, meaning that once you have signed up, you don’t need to remember to renew your subscription every month to keep enjoying the packages you enjoy on Tangerine TV.
You can manage your subscriptions by logging in to your Tangerine TV account, with technical support and assistance available by emailing [email protected]
Additional International Season Pass Information:
*Supporters living outside of the UK and Ireland can watch every Championship fixture live on Tangerine TV, apart from those selected for domestic or international broadcast by TV rights holders. In countries not covered by the EFL’s global television rights deal, all league matches will continue to be available. These are classed as dark market territories