GAINSBOROUGH Trinity have confirmed that their entire allocation of 2,500 tickets for Sunday’s play-off final have been sold.
The club shifted the lot between 9am and 4pm today, with an incredible demand in the town.
Club secretary Peter Wallace told the Standard they were trying to secure more tickets.
“If Nuneaton don’t sell their allocation then hopefully we can get two to three hundred back and we’ll know on Sunday morning so we can sell them before the game.”
Wallace described the rush for tickets as ‘mad’, as fans queued from 8am this morning at The State Club in Gainsborough town centre.
The game is the biggest in the 139-year history of Trinity, who have never been promoted or relegated.
A win over Nuneaton would put them into the Conference Premier.