Tickets 

We're heading towards our biggest crowd of the season against the Terriers, and there's still time for you to join us at the Riverside on Boxing Day. 

Boro close out the decade against Huddersfield, and tickets are still available as Jonathan Woodgate's aim for a fourth successive victory on home turf. 

Ticket prices start from £27 for adults, £18 for Over-65s and £13 for Under-18s.

We advise supporters to allow plenty of time for collecting and purchasing tickets on the day of the game. 

Supporters can purchase tickets from the Ticket Office, which will be open from 10am until kick-off. 

The North Stand Ticket Office will be open from 10.30am until kick-off for collections. 

Buy your tickets online for Boro v Huddersfield 

FanZone 

Enjoy a pre-match drink and some food in our FanZone, sponsored by Heineken, which will be open from 12.30pm. 

There will be a variety of drinks, mulled wine and mince pies available. There will also be a range of hot buns to purchase from Pork on Your Fork. 

Entertainment before and after the final whistle will be provided by Be Quiet. Shout Loud! 

Neil Maddison will be in the FanZone before the game from 1.40pm, and there will be post-match analysis afterwards at 5.15pm. 

Family Zone 

Turnstiles to the GRFZ will be open from 12.30pm, with lots of fun to be had. 

New Year Extravaganza. Let’s say goodbye to 2019 and welcome in 2020 with early New Year celebrations.

What better way to end 2019 than donating any unwanted Christmas presents to our Supporter Services Activity Team so we can pass them on to local charities or deserving families. Just pop along to the Creative Corner and we will ensure your unwanted gifts are given to deserving local charities and families. 

In association with WHSmith – Teesside Park - together we can make a difference. Will you be making a New Year’s resolution? Tell us what yours is courtesy of WHSmith – Teesside Park.

We also have our regular guessing games competitions, as well as Frankie & Benny's and Nando's vouchers to win.

Want to be involved in the pre-match build-up? Make your way to pitchside 15 minutes before kick-off and you could be one of our lucky flag wavers! 

Twe12th Man Bar 

Get yourself along to the Twe12th Man Bar in the North Stand after the final whistle.  Offers on food and selected drinks with plenty of music and X-boxes to play on courtesy of GAME – Teesside Park. 

We also have some amazing prizes to be won if you are lucky enough to be a winner in our free raffle. Come along and discuss the match with other supporters.  All supporters welcome.

#UTB Matchday Programme 

Our official matchday programme - #UTB - will be available to buy in and around the Riverside for just £2. 

In our Boxing Day edition, Marvin Johnson is in the hotseat for our job interview, Stephen Walker talks about his firsts and lasts, a look back on some more Ayresome Park memories and plenty more inside. 

Follow The Game 

Overseas supporters can watch our Boxing Day fixture against Huddersfield via our video streaming service, MatchdayLIVE. 

Our video stream is synced with commentary from BBC Radio Tees, and has four-camera coverage, with graphics and replays. 

Video match passes are priced at £5 for overseas fans. 

Set up your subscription 

UK-based Boro supporters who can't make it to the Riverside can purchase an audio commentary pass for the game on Boxing Day, with commentary provided by the BBC Radio Tees Sport team. 

Single audio match passes are priced at £3. Season passes are available at £33.75. 

Purchase a subscription 

MatchdayLIVE Queries

For the fastest response, please direct all queries to boromatchdaylive@streamamg.com      which is fully staffed during normal office hours, as well as before and during Boro first team games.

Alternatively, there is plenty of information and answers to frequently asked questions within the MatchdayLIVE section.

You can follow all the action in our match centre, too, where we will provide all the build-up prior to kick-off, team news, minute-by-minute updates and the thoughts from Jonathan Woodgate and a Boro player afterwards.