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Help & FAQ's

  • Ticketing FAQ’s

    Q - From what time can I collect my tickets on a match day?

    The ticket office opens 5 hours before kick-off (based on a 3pm kick off) tickets can be collected anytime as soon as the ticket office is open.  The normal opening hours of the ticket office during the week is 9am to 5pm Monday to Thursday and 9am to 4pm on a Friday.

    Q – If I haven’t received my tickets, what should I do?

    Please visit the ticket office when you arrive at Kingsholm Stadium and your tickets can be printed for you.

    Q – I haven’t received my confirmation email, what should I do?

    Please log in to your online account and check the correct email address has been added to your account. Here you can see your purchases. If you would like your email to be re-sent please email and ask for it to be re-sent.

    Q - Do I need a ticket for a baby?

    No. Tickets must be purchased for children aged 3 and over. Please note, if you do not purchase a ticket for your child who is aged 2 and under they must sit on your knee. If you would like your child to have their own seat and they are under 3, you must purchase a junior ticket.

    Q - I have bought a ticket that needs to be collected at the Stadium on Match Day?  Where should I collect – the ticket office or the Ticket Collection Booth?

    You can collect your tickets from the ticket collection booth which is located to the left of the ticket office in the main car park. Please leave yourself plenty of time as it gets very busy.  If tickets were ordered to post however they have not arrived please go directly to the Ticket Office for re prints

    Q - How do I purchase hospitality?

    Please email our hospitality manager at

    Q - Ticket Office Opening times:

    Weekdays/Weekend Kick off prior to 5pm - 9.30am until the start of the second half.

    Weekend Kick off post 5pm – noon until the start of the second half

    Q - Collection Booth opening times:

    Kick off prior to 5pm - 12.45pm until the start of the second half.

    Time varies for other kick off times

  • Match Day FAQ’s

    Q – What time does the park and ride open and close?

    The park and ride operates 2 hours before kick-off and 2 hours after final whistle

    Q – What is the address of the park and ride and how much does it cost?

    EDF Energy Car Park at Barnwood postcode GL4 3RS

    It is £2.50 per person.

    We have a park and ride/walk option from Tesco St Oswald’s (roughly 7-minute walk to the stadium). This costs £3 per car. The post code is GL1 2SR.

    Q – Is there parking at the stadium?

    No, all parking is allocated on a seasonal basis. There are residential streets around the stadium but our advice is to use the park and ride service.

    Q – Is there disabled parking at the stadium?

    No, all parking is allocated on a seasonal basis. Disabled supporters can pull into the car park to be dropped off but the vehicle will have to be moved. The Tesco St Oswald’s Park and Ride is also a suitable option for our disabled supporters.

    Q – Is there a bike shed at the stadium?

    Yes, there is a bike shed located in the car park at Kingsholm Stadium. Spaces cannot be reserved and it is operated on a first come first served basis.

    Q – Am I allowed to bring my camera into the stadium?

    Cameras can be used in the stadium as long as the lens is not detachable and the photos are not used for commercial purposes.

    Q – I am disabled, how do I access the stadium?

    Disabled access is via Gate 2A at the front of the stadium (Kingsholm Road end).   We also have accessible ramps outside our reception area in the event of access being required into reception, Abbey Business or 1873 Lounges.

    Q - Can I bring a pram or buggy to the match?  Is there somewhere to store them?

    We strongly discourage you to bring prams into the stadium as unfortunately there is no storage facilities.

    Q – Can I bring my guide dog into the stadium

    Yes. Please let our operations department know you are coming to the game with your guide dog at

  • Online Account FAQ’s

    Q - I have purchased a ticket before but I cannot remember my login?

    If you have purchased a ticket with Gloucester Rugby previously then your will have an account with us. Your login information is either your email address or your customer number.  If you cannot remember you login you can click on ‘Forgotten Your Password?’  on the login page and follow the instructions. For help accessing your account please email us ( or call us on 01452 872289.

    Q - I am having trouble logging in?

    If you have purchased ticket with us before and are having trouble logging in then please try the following:

    ​Q - How do I know my transactions are secure?

    All transactions change to 'secure mode' as you log in. You can identify this by the padlock appearing in the lower edge of your browser. This is your assurance that no one can intercept your details and that you can change your personal information and make purchases via the online ticket system with confidence.

  • Club Membership FAQ’s

    Q - How do I purchase Club Membership?

    You can purchase Club Membership here or call our ticket office on 01452 872289 between 9am and 5pm Monday to Thursday 9am – 4pm Friday.

    Q - How can I pay for my Club Membership?

    Club Membership can be purchased by credit or debit card and cheque. Cash payments can be taken in person only, but we recommend taking advantage of our Direct Debit scheme where the total amount payable will be spread over the number of months remaining until December 2018. The last opportunity to sign up for an interest free Direct Debit is Thursday 12 July and the payment will be spread over 6 months

    ​Q - What category do I fit into?

    Please note, our Junior Ticket prices for MATCH TICKETS have been extended to 17-year olds for the 2018-19 Season. This change will be made to Club Memberships for the 2019-20 season.

    • Adult: Supporters aged 16 - 64 not in full time education
    • 65 Plus: Supporters aged 65 and over
    • Students: Supporters aged 16 - 21 in full time education
    • Juniors: Supporters aged between 3 and 15

    Q - I am applying for a concession ticket; what proof of status is required??

    Please send a copy of your birth certificate if applying for a 65+, Student or Junior Club Membership. If you are a full-time student, please send a copy of your NUS Card or a letter of acceptance from your University.

    ​Q - What does my Club Membership include?

    Purchasing a Club Membership allows you entry into Kingsholm for a home pre-season friendly, Gallagher Premiership League games, Premiership Rubgby Cup and European Champions Cup pool stage games and free admission to A-League games. Any games played in the knock-out stages of each competition will need to be purchased separately.

    ​Q - Do you have disabled season tickets available?

    Yes, please contact the Customer Service Team on 0871 871 8781 where Elaine Carrick, or one of the team, will be happy to help.

    ​Q - How will I know if my Club Membership purchase has been successful?

    After purchasing your Club Membership, you will receive a confirmation email to the address you purchased the membership with.

    ​Q - When will I receive my Club Membership?

    Club Membership packs are to be sent out over the summer of 2018 and will arrive well in advance of the 2018-19 season.

    ​Q - What is in my Club Member Pack?

    Your Club Membership Card, lanyard, discount voucher booklet, badge, Club member’s day invite and any relevant information.

    ​Q - Can I change the name on my existing season ticket?

    Yes, please provide a letter of confirmation signed by both parties and amend the contact details for the new Club Membership holder.

    ​Q - Can I relocate or upgrade my existing season ticket?

    Yes, you can move or upgrade your place with the ticket office up to 8 times per season subject to availability.

    ​Q - What is the difference in Memberships?

    Ultimately, the difference in memberships is the location of the ticket.

    • Gold Tickets – Half way line
    • Silver Tickets – Either side of the Gold Sections
    • Bronze – in line with the try lines at either end of the Main Stand
    • Stowford Press – Seating behind the goal posts
    • Shed – Terracing along-side the pitch
    • Terrace – Terracing behind the goal post

    ​Q - How do I buy a Junior Club Membership?

    You will need to set up an account with the junior member’s information and include their DOB. This will then automatically apply the correct age category to the ticket and price