Coventry City welcome Rotherham United in the opening home league game of the 2022/23 season, and the matchday guide for the game is now online.
The Sky Bet Championship match is a 3pm kick-off at the Coventry Building Society Arena on Sunday 7th August.
This is a Category B fixture-costs are:
- Adults – £25
- Concessions – £20
- Under 18s – £15
- JSB U16s – £10
- JSB U13s – £0
Please note that the Ticket Office is not open on Saturday 6th August.
Sky Blues supporters will be able to pay on the day on Sunday through Cash Turnstiles, or at the Ticket Office.
Tickets will be available to buy via the Ticket Office at the Coventry Building Society Arena, which opens at 10:30am on Sunday. This is cashless, with card and contactless payment accessible.
Sky Blues supporters may buy at Cash Turnstiles 30–35 from 1:30pm. There is no matchday price increase.
For any queries call 0333 321 31 34
For queries on the day, please visit the Ticket Office from 10:30am.
Please note that Season Tickets are not available to buy on matchdays.
Any ticket collections and enquiries for Sky Blues fans can be made at the Ticket Office from 10:30am on Sunday morning up to kick-off.
If you have lost your Season Ticket card, please visit the Ticket Office.
All Season Ticket Cards have been mailed.
Fans whose Season Card has not received yet are recommended to email email@example.com — the Ticket Office will then check when your card was issued and organise a replacement if necessary. Fans would have the choice of being sent an e-ticket for Sunday’s game, or be able to obtain a paper ticket.
Any fans who bought a Season Ticket from 3rd August onwards will receive an e-ticket for Sunday’s game, obtaining their Season Card shortly after.
The Club Shop will be open from 10:30am until kick-off on Sunday — it will also be open for one-hour post-match. This is cashless. This season’s home and away uniforms are in stock.
Pop up units will not be operating on Sunday, due to restrictions at the Arena surrounding the Commonwealth Games.
Turnstiles open at 1:30pm – the indicated turnstile for access is listed on your ticket, however you can use other turnstiles if you choose.
Hospitality opens at 12:30pm.
Late turnstiles are numbers 18 (East Stand) and 45 (West/North Stand).
Entry to the stadium for our game on Sunday is unaffected by the Commonwealth Games.
Due to the current national terror threat level, there will also be searches on admission. We may also ask to search your bag. We’ll be as swift as we can while completing our searches, but please allow some extra time for this to take place and co-operate with our security team.
The matchday operation will be badly hampered by the Commonwealth Games being staged in the Arena-this includes parking, signage and branding around the stadium, plus logistics of preparing for the event e.g. supplies. Dave Boddy released a Club Update addressing this.
We appreciate fans for their understanding on this – the Commonwealth Games arrangements are beyond the control of the Football Club and we, and the Arena, will both be working hard to make these matchdays as normal as possible for our supporters under these circumstances.
Car Parking is badly disrupted by the Commonwealth Games, with Car Park A and B being unavailable. Alternative arrangement is being established for seasonal bookings
To arrange off-site vehicle parking for this game.
In all car parks, please obey the instructions of the car park stewards – vehicle movement is limited 1 hour before kick-off, with all on-site roads blocked at least 1 hour before kick-off.
For issues regarding on-site vehicle parking, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Coventry Arena rail station is operational and running according the advertised schedule — there is no additional matchday provision. For latest updates and travel advice, fans are recommended to check wmr.uk/plan
The Sky Blue Tavern is conducting return travel from the Tavern in the City Centre to Dhillon’s Brewery, adjacent to the Arena, allowing supporters an option to driving to the Arena or using public transport. For details or to book visit their social channels.
All Bars and Kiosks at the Arena are cashless— cash payment is not accepted.
The ‘Anecdote’ bar will also be open for Sky Blues supporters close to the Jimmy Hill Statue, with a selection of food and drink available.
Matchday Programme PUSB will be available around the ground for £3.50, with programme vendors are placed throughout the stadium inside and outside, with the choice now to pay cash or card for your programme.
This week’s episode has an interview with Viktor Gyokeres, amongst a number of other subjects
The Family Zone will take place from 1:30pm to 2:30pm in the concourse, with loads of activities – including a raffle with a choice of fantastic CCFC goodies to win!
We also have a new table football, tonnes of games and plenty of other things to keep you occupied.
In the matchday programme and during half-time on Sunday, the Club will be honouring fans who have unfortunately passed away.
There will also be a short service in the Memorial Garden at 1:30pm, delivered by Club Chaplain Kieran Joseph to commemorate those fans, which fans are asked to join.
Unfortunately we are no longer able to accept any entries for production reasons.
The deadline for celebration and remembering messages for the game is 5pm on Thursday 4th August— we can no longer accept any additional requests beyond this time regretfully owing to production limitations.
Any concerns of racism, homophobia, discrimination, abusive behaviour or general safety issues can be reported to the Club on home matchdays via the reporting number – 07537 453 117. Please notice this a new number for the 2022/23 campaign.
Simply begin your message with the Block/Seat location of the event — followed by specifics of the occurrence. We will treat your communication in the utmost confidentially.
Away fans are placed in the South Stand – Rotherham fans are permitted to pay on the day. Food and Drink booths on the South Stand are cashless.
The game is not available to view on iFollow in the UK. There is live video coverage on ifollow for fans overseas.
In the UK, audio passes are available to listen to live commentary.