Tickets

Match ticket prices remain the same for most league fixtures, but can vary for cup matches, friendly games, play-off matches and special offers.

At most matches, it is possible to buy tickets on arrival at the Rivermoor from our friendly turnstile team. However we would encourage fans to buy in advance using our e-tickets, to avoid disappointment. 

At some high-demand matches, queues at our turnstiles  can become very long, especially on occasions where there are a large of on-the-day sales expected. However we strongly encourage fans to buy in advance, to speed up entry at the turnstiles and helping to ensure that everyone has a pleasant matchday experience.

 

Please ensure you look at the latest Ticket News for any special information about upcoming fixtures.

Standard Admission Prices

 

Reading City FC Home Games

Adults

£7

Concessions

Disabled, Over 60,Serving Armed Forces, Veteran or Serving Member of the Armed Forces , Student. NHS & Emergency Services Personnel and Reading Borough Council  & Brighter Futures for Children employees.  Concessionary rate only applies on production of Valid ID. 

£3

Under 16s

FREE

Special Offers

Reading Football Club Season Ticket Holders (including Reading FC Women) go free*

*Valid Reading FC Season Ticket must be shown

Match ticket prices remain the same for most league fixtures, but can vary for cup matches, friendly games, play-off matches and special offers so please ensure you look at the latest Ticket News for any special information about upcoming fixtures.

Match Programmes

Reading City Football Club moved to an e-programme in 2019 and therefore no longer print a matchday programme.

Programmes are therefore free and can be downloaded here

E-Tickets

 

​Reading City Football Club is proudly partnered with TicketPass, an ethical ticketing company that helps event organisers sell tickets online and donates 50% of its booking fees to charity.  

Get your match tickets ahead of the game to ensure you don't miss those moments that matter, here at the Rivermoor.