Matchday guide: Cambridge United (H) – News

Matchday guide: Cambridge United (H) - News
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Ahead of the Sky Bet League One match with Cambridge United on Saturday, we can provide fans with a guide to planning your visit to the LNER Stadium.

There is no need to show evidence of double vaccination or a negative lateral flow test to attend the match, although we are asking fans to consider each other, players and club staff as we look to keep everyone safe.

Face masks are required by law at the ticket office and club store, but are optional in indoor hospitality areas. Hand sanitizer will be available around the floor.

We encourage fans to get to the stadium as soon as possible to allow people to enter in the safest way possible. Due to improved protocols and our desire to protect players from contracting Covid-19 and putting any of our games at risk, we ask fans not to congregate outside the players entrance or tunnel.

If you have any symptoms of Covid-19 such as loss of taste or smell or persistent cough, please stay safe at home and hopefully you will recover soon.

Lincoln University Fan Village

A variety of different dining options will be available to 12 Noon fans. Sausage Grill, Curry Jacks, Love Coffee, Yellowbelly Sausage Company and Barbell Burger Co will be present to serve up local delicacies.

A variety of alcoholic and soft drinks are available. The fan village will also open at halftime for people looking for food or drink.


The Lincoln City Foundation will be organizing events for our younger fans at the Community Center at the Lincolnshire Co-op Platform. In addition to a host of activities, there will be a chance to play as your favorite team in Fifa 22.

Be sure to keep an eye out for Poacher The Imp who will be around LNER Stadium on the day – starting with Lincoln Van Village to take selfies with fans! He’ll make his way onto the field by 2.45pm.

food court

There is a food court outside of Selenity Stand which is also available in the first half. Hot drinks are available.


Tickets can be purchased at the ticket office before the match but we highly recommend purchasing online at

Travel fans can purchase tickets at the far end – these must be purchased at the ticket office before the match.

Half Time Raffle Tickets

Tickets are available at stadium footprint entrances via Cross Street and Senseal Bank, as well as outside the ticket office and all hospitality areas.


Gold and Gold + members can travel on Stagecoach services for free on match days.

For fans arriving by train, LNER Stadium is located a short distance (0.7 miles) from Lincoln Central.

The club is using a new drop off area for traveling coaches in South Common (LN5 8LN) – information about this will be shared directly with the visiting club via our support contact.

car parking

Fans attending home games at LNER this season can park in the South Common car park (LN5 8LN), which is a short walk from the grounds.

This costs £5 per car and opens at 12pm before closing one hour after the final whistle. Pay at the gate is available at this car park with cash and card, but still booking your space online at is the best way to secure your space.

There are a number of alternative parking options for fans attending matches at LNER this season – click here for details.

In addition to on-street parking, there are a number of paid and show car parks operated by Lincolnshire County Council. There is also a more than 50% discount available for anyone who uses Lincoln Central Car Park on Saturday game days using the QR code below.

  • Only £4.20 for all-day parking (more than 50% off)
  • Covers a 24 hour period from 9am on Saturday to 9am on Sunday
  • Activate the offer by scanning this QR code in the payment terminal to get the discount


First time visitors and travel lovers

We warmly welcome new visitors to the LNER Stadium as well as traveling fans. Check out our guide to everything you need to know to plan your visit.

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Audio descriptive commentary is now available

October 13, 2021

audio descriptive comment

Imps provides a free audio descriptive commentary service for fans with visual impairments. Headphones and receivers can be obtained from the ticket office before the match (from the SLO point 12 noon to 2 pm, then from the ticket offices). Fans are encouraged to bring their own headphones as much as possible to reduce the amount of equipment needed to participate – receivers have standard auxiliary output. Anyone with questions about the service is asked to contact disability liaison officer Heidi Langham at

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Help us save the match day program

October 14, 2021


Our 64-page program features an interview with recently signed Morgan Whittaker as well as updates from the Director and CEO. There is also dissent analysis, historical content, and much more. Fans who are not in the game can order a copy of the software here.

Programs are available from vendors throughout the stadium as well as from the ticket office, where fans can pay by cash or card.

iFollow Sprites

Audio commentary on this match is available in the UK, with live sanitization possible internationally – click here for options where you are. Subscribers can receive audio feedback as part of their package. The monthly pass offers the best value, with live audio or video streaming (depending on your location) plus full match replays and access to full recordings of pre- and post-game press conferences.

Safe text number

We provide a secure, anonymous text number for fans to report any safety concerns or inappropriate behavior and chanting in or around the stadium. You can call the Secure Text Line at 07718483367.

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