We return to the Riverside on Tuesday (7.45pm) when Sheffield United are our visitors. Here's all the information you need...
We'd like to remind fans who are concerned about congestion and queues in the concourse areas to please arrive earlier to take your seat. Fans can also remain in their seats after the final whistle to allow the congestion to ease on exiting the stadium.
Tickets are still available for the game.
Prices start from £27 for adults, £18 for Over-65s and £13 for Under-18s.
The main Ticket Office is open from 10am up until kick-off for sales, and for collections until 5.30pm.
Supporters can then collect tickets from the North Stand ONLY from 5.45pm.
The South, East and Visitors ticket offices are open for sales from 6pm.
Bars And Refreshments
Please be aware that due to a shortage of certain products, the items available may differ slightly from the usual options.
Please take a look through our FAQs about crowds being back at the Riverside.
Visit The Shop!
Our MFC Official store at the Riverside is open from 9am until kick-off.
Our stall in the East Stand is open from 6.30pm.
Our FanZone is open from 5.30pm and after the final whistle.
Gary Philipson from BBC Tees is our compere for the season.
A variety of drinks and snacks are available from the FanZone Bar.
Neil Maddison will give his thoughts on the game around 5.50pm.
The Matchday Programme
Our matchday programme #UTB will be available around the ground once again.
Priced at £3 from sellers around the Riverside, you can also order it online here.
Everyone Active GRFZ
The Everyone Active Generation Red Family Zone opens at 6.30pm with the below activities:
- Guessing Games: guess the time of the first goal and guess the attendance
- Cornerstone Interactive Zone
- Table football
Our supporters have the chance to win a Nando's voucher, a selection of Nando's sauces and Cleveland Centre. All you have to do is email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can support the Foundation and win, in association with Al Forno's from Ingleby Barwick.
The A19 was due to be closed northbound every night from 8pm this week from the A66 junction up towards Wynyard. Highways England had agreed to keep the carriageway open until 10.30pm this evening to allow football traffic to head home without additional delay, but due to a fault discovered overnight this will NOT now be the case. Diversions will be in place.
The game is live on Sky Sports Football and is only available to watch via Matchday Live in 'unsold markets'
Alternatively, audio commentary is available via Matchday LIVE.