The Stacey West Stand has been opened up to home supporters for Lincoln City’s first game at the LNER Stadium this season against Fleetwood Town on Saturday.
The Imps kicked off their League One campaign last weekend with a 1-1 draw away at Gillingham, and will return to Sincil Bank this Saturday for their first home game of the season against Fleetwood.
It will be the first time since March 2020 that the LNER Stadium will be able to host a full capacity crowd, after coronavirus restrictions were lifted ahead of the new season.
Due to limited numbers of Fleetwood fans making the journey to Lincoln for the match, the first four blocks of the Stacey West Stand, usually reserved for the away crowd, will be made available to Imps supporters.
Very limited availability also remains in both the Selenity and Co-op Stands, and fans can also get a seat in the Stacey West Stand and the KryptoKloud End.
Tickets cost £24 for adults, while under 18s go for £10. Buy tickets here.
As well as this, some hospitality tickets are also available in the Builbase Legends Lounge for upcoming fixtures.
There are no cash turnstiles for the Fleetwood match, so tickets must be bought either online or from the ticket office.
The Imps have been waiting over 500 days for a packed house inside the LNER Stadium, and are hoping to have 10,000 fans roaring them on this weekend.