Reduced ticket prices on offer for Dale's FA Cup game this Sunday

Date published: 30 November 2021

Rochdale will take on Plymouth Argyle in the second round of the Emirates FA Cup at 12.15pm on Sunday 5 December.

To recognise the contribution of fans, the club has significantly reduced ticket prices for the fixture and made ticket prices as affordable as possible for the tie.

Tickets can be purchased online at, in person at the Dale Ticket Office or by calling 01706 644648 (option 1). 

Ticket prices are as follows:

Adults - £10
Young persons (12-21) - £5
Concessions (65+) - £5
Juniors (under 12) - £1

There is no restriction on the number of tickets that can be purchased.

In addition to buying in advance, fans can also purchase tickets in person on the day of the game from 9am at the Ticket Office. There are no cash turnstiles in operation at the Crown Oil Arena so tickets must be bought before entering the ground.


Full English Breakfast


Hospitality is available for the fixture in the 1907 Lounge with a delicious Full English breakfast on offer, also at a reduced price from usual.

Former player Nathan Stanton will also be holding a Q&A in the 1907 Lounge before kick-off, representing the RAFC Former Players Association.


  • VIP treatment from the corporate hospitality team
  • Tuck in to a delicious Full English Breakfast served before kick-off
  • Ticket to watch the game from the David Kilpatrick Stand
  • Matchday programme and team sheet
  • Half-time cake and refreshment
  • Invitation to attend the Man of the Match presentation after the game

For hospitality prices and more information visit the Rochdale AFC web site.

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