Tickets

Tickets are still available for tonight's Carabao Cup tie with Tony Pulis' former side the Eagles, with a place in the quarter-finals of the competition at stake. 

Remaining seats are on general sale, with adult tickets priced at £15, £10 for Over-65s and £5 for Under-18s. 

Buy tickets online for Boro v Crystal Palace in the Carabao Cup 

Minute's Silence Before Kick-Off 

The players will be wearing black armbands tonight and a minute's silence will be held just before kick-off at 8pm to remember those who lost their lives in the helicopter crash at Leicester City's King Power Stadium on Saturday. 

MFC Official 

MFC Retail's 'Halloween Spooktacular' sale ends today, where supporters can get 20% off all Hummel training wear. 

The Club Shop at the Riverside Stadium will be open right up until kick-off tonight. 

Shop online at MFC Official Direct 

Big Screen Messages

Got a Boro birthday to celebrate? Or someone special visiting the Riverside for the first time?

Whatever the occasion, send us your messages on Twitter with the hashtag #UTB and we'll be selecting them to be shown on the Big Screen in the lead-up to kick-off and at half-time. 

#UTB 

Pick up your copy of our official matchday programme #UTB for just £2 in and around the Riverside Stadium. Tonight's issue contains our regular player features with our youngest-ever player Nathan Wood and on-loan defender Danny Batth, notes from manager Tony Pulis, a detailed look at our opponents and more. 

What's On In The Generation Red Family Zone? 

Turnstiles to the GRFZ open at 6.30pm, with lots of fun to be had.

Spooky Spectacular Part 2 – It’s Halloween so watch out for witches, broomsticks and other spooky things!

Best dressed, scariest supporters will win fantastic prizes. Can you scare us? We will have to see... BOO! Did we scare you?

Guess how many spiders are in the jar. Winner will win a sparkling prize – well it is nearly Bonfire Night!

Find the hidden bats and you may win a prize! Scarily easy to do!

Can you unravel the witches spell? You can? Then you will be entered into our mystery prize draw.

Scary face painting with McDonalds and Spooky Spin the Wheel with lots of spooky prizes to be won!

Don’t forget to join in with our regular Guessing Games:

  • Guess the Attendance
  • Guess the Time of the First Goal
  • Guessing Game – Who scored first and what method

You could win some great prizes.

Want to be involved in our pre-match build-up? Get yourself pitchside at 7.30pm and you could be one of our lucky flag wavers! 

Travel 

The newly-built Middlehaven Dock Bridge adjacent to the Riverside Stadium is now officially open.

Officially called Priestman Road Bridge, the new roadway links the junction of Shepherdson Way and The Halyard, on the stadium’s side of the River Tees, with Riverside Park and Middlehaven on the other.

It provides a pedestrian route for supporters travelling to and from the Middlehaven and Middlesbrough College area on matchdays.

Supporters travelling on foot are advised to please take extra care when using the bridge and surrounding areas, particularly as it is a new and unfamiliar set-up for road users.

As for vehicles, please note that the bridge cannot be used as a thoroughfare for vehicles on matchdays.

This means that in the lead-up to and after Boro games, drivers cannot utilise the bridge to travel from one side to the other without intention to arrive at the stadium itself. Stewards will be in place to redirect traffic if necessary. 

The bridge can, however, be used by supporters as an access route when arriving to and leaving from the Riverside Stadium’s car parking facilities.

This will allow another route of access to the stadium to alleviate some congestion both before and after matches.

We appreciate your patience and understanding as our stewarding staff work hard to ensure the new road system is used as effectively and efficiently as possible.

Follow The Game Live 

We are unable to stream Carabao Cup matches, which means there will be no live video stream of tonight's fourth round tie against Crystal Palace. 

However if you are unable to make it to the Riverside tonight you can follow the game live at mfc.co.uk with our Match Centre, including pre-match build-up, minute-by-minute updates and post-match reaction from the Boro dressing room. 

Live audio-only commentary will be available via the BBC Radio Tees Sport team, priced at £3. 

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