The matches continue to get bigger and bigger, with tickets for our forthcoming home matches against Sutton this Saturday (16/11/19 3pm KO) and Stockport (30/11/19 3pm KO) now available.

November is shaping up to be a huge month for Gary Johnson’s side, as they look to continue their surge up the National League table following an excellent recent run of form.

Six wins in seven league games has seen United rise to 5th position, just 2 points off top spot, leaving The Gulls in perfect striking position ahead of the two key clashes at Plainmoor.

As ever, our magnificent Yellow Army will have a vital role to play in both fixtures, and with The Gulls having establishing themselves as the leading scorers in the division, it is no wonder many observers are already labelling Torquay as the National League’s most entertaining side.

Purchasing a matchday ticket in advance offers a number of advantages, including providing supporters with the opportunity to reserve individual seats.

Match-Day Prices

Adult Concession Under-18 Under-7
Bristow’s Bench £17 £15 £9 FREE with a paying adult
Family Stand £16 £14 £9 FREE with a paying adult
Popside £15 £13 £9 FREE with a paying adult

Tickets can be purchased online here, or alternatively through our main club reception on 01803 328666.

Both fixtures will see our Main Club Reception, Ticket Office and Club Shop open from 12noon.

The Gulls Nest, the Matchday meeting place of choice for all United fans, will also be opening at 12noon for pre-match refreshments, whilst our superb No.10s restaurant will be serving food from 12.30.

The club would like to take the opportunity to thank everybody who has booked pre-match meals for the Sutton United game, with the restaurant now SOLD OUT for this fixture. Bookings in advance are essential for the Stockport match, with only a few spaces remaining. Please call 01803 328666 or email joanneh@torquayunited.com for more information.

We look forward to seeing as many of you at Plainmoor on Saturday, as we look forward to the latest instalment of United’s assault on the National League summit!

Come On You Yellows!