A number of Reserved Members will be upgraded for the Round 27 fixture between the Jets and the Wanderers.
The Newcastle Jets, following consultation with the FFA, Newcastle Police and Hunter Venues, is required to upgrade a number of Reserved Memberships for the Round 27 fixture between the Jets and Western Sydney Wanderers at Hunter Stadium.
After lengthy discussions between all parties, Members seated in the Eastern Grandstand bays 8, 9, 10, 19, 20, 21 and 22 will be contacted this week and advised about the upgrade.
The upgrade for Members was required to make provisions for the large numbers expected to travel from the Wanderers- supporter base.
“We have been in discussions with the FFA, Newcastle Police and Hunter Stadium for a number of weeks about accommodating the estimated 6,000 plus supporters that will travel for this game at Hunter Stadium," CEO Robbie Middleby said.
"This was a decision agreed upon by all parties and one that has been undertaken with the best interests of our Members to ensure they enjoy the final home game of the season."
Upgraded Members will receive a match day ticket this week and are being allocated seats within close proximity to those they are usually seated near.
Members who are seated in these stated bays and don-t receive their upgraded tickets by Friday March 22 should contact PROticket, who are managing this process on behalf of the Newcastle Jets. PROticket can be contacted on 1300 12 10 12.
“We thank our Members for their support and look forward to seeing them all at our final home game of the season on Friday March 29,” Middleby added.
NOTE: Wanderers' fans attending the Round 27 game at Hunter Stadium need to contact their Club to secure their ticket.