Tickets for the UEFA Europa League semi-final first leg between Leicester City and Roma went on sale this morning (Easter Monday).
Leicester will face Jose Mourinho’s Serie A side in the last four of the competition after knocking out PSV Eindhoven in the previous round. Roma, meanwhile, beat Norway’s Bodø/Glimt.
City’s semi-final first leg will take place at the King Power Stadium on Thursday April 28 (kick-off 8pm). The second leg is due to be played in Rome the following week on Thursday May 5 (kick-off 8.00pm UK time).
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The home game will be used for the next stage of Leicester’s ‘Singing Section’ trial. The club said: “Following further positive feedback from supporters, the next stage of the trial will again take place in SK1 in the South Stand between rows M to PP; seats 1-29 and seats 208-218. It is reminded supporters that persistent standing is prohibited at Leicester City Stadium and that a try from the chanting section should not be taken as an opportunity to stand persistently Ticket checks will be in place throughout the chanting section edging to prevent migration and aisles must be cleared at all times when not in use for entering or exiting the stadium bowl.”
The dates of sale of one-way tickets are as follows…
Monday April 18* at 10 a.m. – (online only) for Subscribers: Places reserved until Thursday, April 21, 5 p.m. EXCEPT those whose Subscriptions are in the designated Song Section. Season ticket holders whose seats are in the vocal section can move to another part of the stadium if they wish
Tuesday, April 19 at 9 a.m. – (telephone) for Subscribers
Thursday, April 21 at 5 p.m. – Fixture goes on sale while season ticket seats are released and stadium setups are made
Thursday, April 21 at 5:30 p.m. – Release of seats for subscription holders and availability of all seats in the vocal section for all subscription holders who have not yet purchased a ticket (one per subscription holder)
Friday, April 22 at 8 a.m. – (online) Fox Members
Friday, April 22 at 9 a.m. – (phone) Fox Members
*The ticket office will be closed on Monday April 18
Please note that tickets cannot be purchased at the Matchday box office on Saturday 23rd April.
Elsewhere in the competition, Feyenoord and Marseille will contest the other semi-final. The final is to be played at the National Arena in Tirana in Albania on May 25.