The Minstermen start the new year at home this coming Monday as we take on Gateshead at the LNER Community Stadium (3pm kick off).
Both sides went head-to-head on Boxing Day in the North East at the Gateshead International Stadium in the first of these two games being played in the National League over the festive period.
Gateshead have made a promising start to the season in the National League in the opening five months of the season.
Despite losing manager Mike Williamson to Milton Keynes Dons only a couple of months, the North-East based club have continued to do well this season in the league as they remain in and around the playoff positions.
Advance ticket prices for this fixture are as follows:
- Adult – £22
- Concession (60+) – £17
- Student – £10 (Can only be bought from ticketing office with Student ID to be shown)
- Age 14-18 – £10
- Age 8-13 – £7
- Age 2-7* – Free
- Carers* – Free
*Can only be claimed from the ticketing office.
Please Note – Prices for Adults, Concessions, Students, Ages 14-18 and 8-13 increase by £1 if purchased on matchday.
The fixture is NOT all ticket and pay on the day is available at the ticket booth located at the exterior of the West Stand. However, we encourage online sales.
All supporters purchasing online must input a valid email address on their account in order to receive their ticket. When logging in to the online system, you can use your email address as your supporter number.
Gateshead supporters will be situated in the West Stand Overflow (WH & WI) for Monday’s fixture.
We are pleased to announce that Gordon Staniforth will join Iain Dunn as our hospitality guest for Monday’s fixture.
Staniforth joined the Minstermen originally on loan from Hull City in December 1976, before making his deal permanent with the club only a month later.
Becoming the first-ever City player to do so, Staniforth became York’ Clubman of the Year two years running, in both the 1977/78 and 1978/79 campaigns.
After making well over 100 appearances for the Minstermen, the prolific striker left the club for Carlisle United in 1979, before he returned to Bootham Crescent for a second spell between 1987 and 1988.
Hospitality bookings have now closed for this fixture.
Doors open at 12:30pm for Hospitality guests on Monday.
Matchday parking spaces in the Monks Cross Park & Ride car park can be booked here for £5.
A full guide to parking around the LNER Community Stadium can be found here.
Please note, parking spaces in other areas of the Vangarde Shopping Park site are restricted to a maximum of 2 hours on matchdays.
We ask that any supporters planning on parking in residential areas to please respect our neighbours, pay attention to any parking restrictions, and avoid blocking access to any driveways.
Match Programme/50:50 Draw
A 52-page physical matchday programme is available for this fixture and will be sold at every open turnstile by programme sellers for £3. This week’s edition features an exclusive interview with goalkeeper George Sykes-Kenworthy and much more!
50/50 Raffle tickets will also be available to purchase ahead of the game, as well as online by clicking here, from sellers in high-vis jackets at every open turnstile right up until kick-off, with some great prizes up for grabs.
- 1st Prize: Main cash prize (the remaining total of 50% minus 2nd and 3rdprize)
- 2nd Prize: £50
- 3rd Prize: £25
Foundation Fan Zone Stage (Sponsored by Jorvik Radio) Music – Sponsored by Jorvik Radio
Formed in 2023, indie rock band Fever Dreams are one of the hottest prospects on the Yorkshire music scene, and will join us at the LNER Community Stadium on New Year’s Day!
Off the back of their debut performance at an open mic night they were booked for additional shows at respected venues such as the Brudenell Social Club, as well as securing slots with both local and national promoters.
The group’s songs draw inspiration from a wide range of artists, from the likes of Radiohead, Arctic Monkeys and Wolf Alice to The La’s, The Smiths and The Verve. With a sound that fuses heartfelt melodic pop songs with colourful psychedelic overtones to classic guitar driven indie anthems giving something for everyone to enjoy.
Bus Service between Stonebow and the LNER Community Stadium
York Pullman have kindly stepped up to provide supporters with a bus service from Stonebow to the LNER Community Stadium on New Year’s Day.
The service will be operational from 13:00, two hours before kick-off, and continue for 2 hours after the final whistle.
In the spirit of the season, both YCST and YCFC have covered the costs of this special service, making it free for all fans to use. However, with the aim of spreading joy beyond the pitch, we encourage supporters using the service to contribute cash donations for local food banks.
A full joint statement from York City Supporters Trust and York City Football Club can be seen here.
Keep updated with the game
As always, the best way to follow the game is in the ground. If you can’t make it to the LNER Community Stadium however, here are some alternatives:
- In-game updates on our X page @YorkCityFC
- Watch live on National League TV (domestically and internationally)
- Full match report on our website and social channels after the game
- Post-match reaction on York City FC YouTube
- Highlights on YouTube
- Live commentary from BBC Radio York and York Hospital Radio.
For full travel information please click here.
For Car Parking information please click here.