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Matchday information | Luton Town vs Portsmouth

24 July 2021

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The Hatters are back at Kenilworth Road for the first time this season as they prepare to host League One side Portsmouth in a pre-season friendly this afternoon.

Nathan Jones’ side currently have four wins under their belt in the build-up to the first league match against Peterborough United, following victories against Hitchin Town, Rochdale, Bedford Town and Boreham Wood.

Fans will be back in their seats to watch their beloved side in action and ahead of the match, you can find all the relevant information about tickets, how to follow the game away from the stadium and how our opponents have faired thus far in pre-season.

 

Ticket information

Tickets for this fixture are still available to purchase online or from the ticket office by phone or in person.

Prices are as follows:

  • Adult: £10
  • Over 65: £7
  • Under 22: £7
  • Disabled/Carer £7
  • Under 17: £5
  • Accompanied Under 10 – Free of charge

All seats are currently on general sale and if any supporter has any issues with the new processes for purchasing tickets, please either email ticketoffice@lutontown.co.uk or contact on 01582 416976 from 10am.

 

Follow the action

If you are not attending the match, as per usual with our pre-season friendlies, we will provide key updates of the game via our official Twitter feed, and you will get the opportunity to hear from manager Nathan Jones and a player after the game, which will be available to watch on www.lutontown.co.uk.

Further, highlights of the match will also be available on our YouTube channel.

 

The opposition

Portsmouth started pre-season with an emphatic 5-2 win against Havant & Waterlooville and Ryan Tunnicliffe – who joined Pompey from Luton this summer – scored on his debut.

Once trialist and now loanee Gassan Ahadme has scored seven goals in three games during his short time with the club, including two goals in their most recent friendly versus Bristol City.

Under the management of Danny Cowley, Portsmouth will hope to build on their 8th place finish in League One last season and return to the Championship for the first time since the 2011-12 campaign.


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