Owing to the success of our recent Kids 4 A Quid match against Scunthorpe United
, Gillingham Football Club are delighted to announce that this Saturday’s game against Peterborough United (March 25, 3pm kick-off) will be a special Family Day!
To reward our season ticket holders for their unrivalled support, they will be entitled to bring two under-18s to the game for FREE!* And that’s not all; we will be offering 50 family tickets (two adults and two under-18s) to 10 of the Gillingham FC Community Trust's partner schools in Medway.
We need every supporter to get behind the team and play their part in creating an incredible atmosphere, as was the case when the Gills fans helped inspire the Josh Wright-led comeback against the Iron earlier this month.
Tommy T will be touring the ground with sweets before kick-off and at half-time, so make sure you say hello and take plenty of selfies with our legendary mascot! The sun is forecast to shine and it promises to be an exciting day all-round, so come and help the Gills over the line for the all-important three points.
Our new £25 Family Tickets
that admit two adults and two under-18s into the MEMS Priestfield Stadium for an extremely competitive price are again available for this fixture.
Tickets can be purchased via the club’s online ticketing service (click here), by calling the customer service centre on (01634) 300000, or in person at the MEMS Priestfield Stadium’s ticket office.
Supporters should note that, when making group bookings, fans should process one ticket per customer account to ensure that full purchase histories are recorded. Also, ticket prices will increase by £2 on matchdays, so booking in advance is advised.
The sides last met on Boxing Day when the Gills rescued a point right at the death thanks to Bournemouth loanee Baily Cargill's exquisite volley.
Families attending a game for the first time can now check out our new Family Hub
to plan their visit to ME7 and ensure they have as much fun as possible!
*Tickets are limited to the first 1,000 season ticket holders on a first-come, first-served basis. These are tickets are subject to availability; if a supporters' preferred block is full, we will offer seats in the nearest available section. Bookings will need to be made in person at the MEMS Priestfield Stadium or over the phone.