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Get your seat sorted for August and September dates at the Kenny

27 June 2017

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We are pleased to advise supporters that tickets for the first six home league games are now on sale, as well as for the Carabao Cup first round tie with Ipswich Town, which were available from this morning.

The first half-a-dozen home matches cover August and September, starting with the visit of Yeovil Town on the opening day of the season – Saturday 5th August.

Colchester United follow a fortnight later, on Saturday 19th August, before the second month of the campaign sees recently relegated trio Swindon Town (Saturday 9th September), Port Vale (Tuesday 12th) and Chesterfield (Saturday 23rd) come to Kenilworth Road, followed by Newport County on Saturday 30th September.


The match price categories are as follows:

  • Saturday 5th August: Yeovil Town - C
  • Saturday 19th August: Colchester United - B
  • Saturday 9th September: Swindon Town - A
  • Tuesday 12th September: Port Vale - C
  • Saturday 23rd September: Chesterfield - B
  • Saturday 30th September: Newport County - C


These tickets are on sale in person or via phone from the ticket office (01582 416976), or online. They are also on sale from the club shop in The Mall. Prices can be found by clicking here.



If you would like to purchase a ticket for the Carabao Cup game against Sky Bet Championship side Ipswich on Tuesday 8th August – kick-off 7.45pm – details can be found by clicking here.


You will also find details of how to buy tickets for the pre-season friendlies against last season’s Champions League quarter-finalists Leicester City (Wednesday 26th July) and League One play-off semi-finalists Scunthorpe United (Saturday 29th July) on the same Home Ticket News page.


To make sure you’ve got your seat reserved for the whole 2017-18 campaign as Nathan Jones and the lads look to build on last term’s play-off qualification, details of how you can buy a season ticket are here

Don’t forget that an Oak Road season ticket works out at just over £5 a game for Under-22s, while full-paying adults pay less than £13 a game. Great value to see the Hatters hopefully go a step further than last season!



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