YORK City Knights have released ticketing information for the general sale ballot for the match against Oldham on May 23 - the first match in front of fans at the LNER Community Stadium.

A limited number of tickets is available for the match and these will be allocated to fans who enter the ballot below.

The club has said that though some entrants may wish to sit with season ticket holders, it will not be possible for the Oldham game as ballot entrants’ seats are situated in a different block from those of season ticket holders.

Entrants to the general sale ballot can apply for a maximum of five tickets and must specify whether they are for adults, concessions (17 to 21 or 65-plus) or under-16s, as well as providing the name and date of birth of each person in a party.

Tickets cost £20 for adults, £15 for concessions and are free for under-16s.

Successful entrants will be contacted by email on Wednesday by York City Knights to confirm the process for receiving tickets. Make sure to check spam or junk folders for these emails.

Tickets cannot be collected from the club shop.

The ballot is open until 4pm on Tuesday, May 18.