The Riverside is sold out as we welcome England Lionesses to Teesside for the friendly against Brazil on Saturday (12.45pm).
The stadium is set to house the record attendance for a UK women’s international outside of Wembley, topping the 25,603 who watched the Lionesses at Southampton in April.
We’d urge fans to arrive early to avoid congestion both on the roads and at the turnstiles.
Car parking at the Riverside is now sold out. Supporters without parking passes are advised to park in Middlesbrough town centre, which is a short walk from the stadium.
MFC Seasonal Car Park passes will NOT be operational for this game – anyone wishing to park at the stadium must have a specific one-day parking pass.
Coach and minibus parking is still available at the Riverside, but this must be booked in advance by contacting the Ticket Office on 01624 929421. Anyone travelling by coach/minibus will not be able to access stadium parking without a pre-purchased permit.
MFC Season Cards are not activated for this fixture and holders must use their match ticket to gain access to the stadium.
The match has sold out, and there will be no further tickets available on the day.
The main Ticket Office will be open from 9am for ticketing queries. All collections will be based at The North Stand Ticket Office, which is open from 11am.
Supporters who have not yet received tickets as expected in the post are advised to contact the Ticket Office on 01642 929421 or firstname.lastname@example.org. In this instance, the Ticket Office can arrange a reprint to be collected.
Supporters who have selected Print At Home tickets and have not received the email are advised to check their junk or spam folder. Again, the Ticket Office can advise on any further issues.
Please note that Print At Home tickets must be paper printed, and the turnstiles will not accept tickets displayed on a mobile phone.
More Fan Info
The Riverside FanZone will be open from 10am serving drinks and snacks. Scott Makin from BBC Tees is hosting and will be joined by singer/songwriter Alistair James, who has toured with Miles Kane and The Enemy, as well as the FA England band, and there will be plenty of giveaways. The FanZone will also be open after the game.
The turnstiles will be open from 11.15am.
Fans are reminded that cans, glass bottles or large bags won’t be admitted.
Fans are also advised not to purchase from unofficial traders outside of the stadium. There will be an official FA merchandise stall close to the MFC shop.
The Club Shop will be open from 9.30am until kick-off, then for a further hour after the game.