Fans can cheer on York City at Bootham Crescent on Saturday.
Four hundred supporters will be admitted to the game against Spennymoor Town – the first to watch in person since March, when last season was curtailed by the pandemic.
In a statement, the club said: “We can confirm that, subject to receiving all necessary certificates for Bootham Crescent, supporters will be able to attend this Saturday’s fixture against Spennymoor Town.
“A maximum of 400 supporters will be admitted to the ‘pilot scheme’ game with tickets on sale to 2019/20 season ticket holders in Tier 1 or 2 areas only.”
Tickets go on sale at 6pm tomorrow (Wednesday, 9 December) They are only available online – not by phone or in person.
“As a token of our appreciation, the 13 volunteers who helped get the ground ready last week have been offered complimentary tickets,” the club said.
Tonight’s game (Tuesday) will be streamed via a ‘pay what you can’ basis on YouTube – to the club’s virtual turnstile to pay.
Contributions £5 and above will be entered into a prize draw to win a hamper from York Gin and a 2020/21 shirt.