Frequently Asked Questions
How do I go about purchasing tickets for a Blackpool home game?
There are three different methods of purchasing tickets for a Blackpool match - in person, over the phone (0844 847 1953) or on the internet.
Where can I find information about tickets and the relevant prices?
For information in relation to match tickets and season tickets, please click here.
Aside from a season ticket, do you offer any match package deals?
Yes, the club offers four and six-match Flexi Tickets. For details, click here.
Are there any incentives for junior supporters?
Junior fans under the age of 11 gain free entry to league home matches with a paying adult or senior, providing they are a member of the Junior Supporters' Club, Young Seasiders. A membership costs £15 for the season and also includes a host of other benefits. Click here to find out more.
How do I get to Bloomfield Road for a match?
Bloomfield Road is arguably one of the easiest and most accessible grounds in the English Football League to find. For travel information and directions, please click here.
Can I park at the stadium?
On-site parking is extremely limited at Bloomfield Road so visiting supporters are advised to use the council pay and display car parks over the road from the stadium. The latest parking tariffs can be found here.
What is your policy on bringing bags into the stadium?
Bags are permitted in the stadium, providing that they don't exceed the size of 297mm x 210mm. Exceptions will only be made, at the club's discretion, for medical supplies. Please note that all bags will be searched prior to entering the stadium.
Are security checks in place?
Yes, the club does operate random security checks.
What food and drinks do you offer on the concourses?
A list of the items available to purchase on the concourse can be downloaded here.
What time do the turnstiles open before a match?
Turnstiles open 90 minutes before kick-off for supporters to enter the stadium.
Is there an activity room available for children at the stadium?
Families attending weekend home games at Bloomfield Road can bring their children up to the Blackpool FC Community Trust GAMEroom, in partnership with GAME.
For the benefit of the local community, the Community Trust invites young children and young adults (aged 5-18) to come and get involved in community competitions, including FIFA 18 tournaments on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, as well as arts and crafts.
The GAMEroom room is open from 1pm until 3pm on a weekend match-day and can be accessed via the Community Trust entrance, opposite main reception at the stadium.
How much are season tickets and match tickets for disabled supporters?
The club has 44 wheelchair spaces located in the South and West stands for home supporters, while another nine are available for away supporters in Block B of the North Stand.
What about ambulant disabled supporters?