We're at the Riverside for our second home game this week, with Millwall the visitors on Saturday (kick-off 3pm). Here's all the important information...
There's still time to secure your seat for the visit of the Lions tomorrow, with tickets still available.
Ticket prices start from £27 for adults, £18 for Over-65s and £13 for Under-18s.
Tickets are available to buy on the day of the game, with the Ticket Office open from 10am until kick-off.
We strongly advise supporters to buy tickets in advance to avoid queues on the day, with the 'Print at Home' option available for tickets purchased online.
Collections are available from the North Stand from 12 noon. This office is collection only. No sales.
The East and South Ticket Offices are open from 1pm for sales only. No collections.
Millwall have been allocated 800 tickets and had sold 302 as of Friday morning.
Travel Warning For London-Based Fans
Supporters coming from London for tomorrow's game against Millwall are advised of severe rail disruptions both to and from the capital.
King's Cross station is closed for track upgrades on both Saturday August 24 and Sunday August 25, with no trains leaving from or arriving at the station.
All Grand Central trains have been cancelled on both days, with LNER operating a very limited service from Peterborough northwards.
The FanZone, located opposite the Ayresome Park gates, will be open from 12.30pm.
Sponsored by Heineken, there will be a variety of drinks available and food provided by Pork on Your Fork.
Entertainment before and after kick-off will be provided by local band Little Doves.
Former Boro man Neil Maddison will be in our FanZone from 1.40pm to share his pre-match thoughts, and another ex-Boro player, Mark Proctor, will provide post-match analysis.
We will have some signed Boro items and other giveaways up for grabs for supporters.
Turnstiles to the Generation Red Family Zone open at 12.30pm with lots of fun to be had.
Did you know it's inventor’s month? If you were an inventor what would you invent? The best invention will win a prize.
Cineworld will be here to display all the films they have coming up! Let us know which film you are most excited for.
Do you want to win a McDonald’s to eat over the summer holidays? Tell us your favourite McDonald’s meal for your chance to win a meal for two.
Love writing? Love Boro? Why not combine the two? We’re looking for short stories of 3,000 words or less, based in and around Middlesbrough Football Club and the Riverside Stadium.
Stories can be:
- Fiction – let your imagination run wild.
- True Life – tell us the story of a real-life event, your true experiences, relating real facts about real people and real events.
- Creative Non-Fiction – have full creative licence to tell a story based on real-life, but embellished, poetic, combining several different events into one story, with a mix of characters that might include some based on real people, but also some that you create.
Free to enter and open to everyone aged 16 or over, terms and conditions apply.
We also have our regular Guessing Games Competitions and Frankie & Benny's and Nando's vouchers to win.
Look out for our new food offering in the GRFZ.
Want to be a part of the pre-match build-up? Get yourself pitchside at 2.45pm 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, with 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
Get your copy of our official matchday programme #UTB for only £2, available in and around the Riverside.
All of our regular features are inside Saturday's edition, which includes Lewis Wing taking on our job interview, Jonny Howson gives us his firsts and lasts and so much more.
Follow The Game Live
Overseas supporters can watch the action from the Riverside when Boro face Millwall with MatchdayLIVE.
The video stream features four-camera coverage, complete with replays, graphics, and synced commentary over the footage from BBC Radio Tees.
Video stream match passes are priced at £5 for overseas supporters.
For Boro fans based in the UK who are unable to make it to the Riverside, audio commentary will be available via the BBC Tees Sport team, with single match audio passes available at £3.
For the fastest response, please direct all queries to firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
We will also have all bases covered with our match centre, with all the build-up ahead of kick-off, minute-by-minute updates throughout and all the post-match reaction after the game.