Community Shield ticket ballot update

TicketsCommunity Shield ticket ballot update

Published 13th July 2022

Since the ballot opened on Thursday July 7, a total of 27,785 qualifying supporters registered to be in with a chance of securing a ticket for the FA Community Shield against Manchester City.

Fans will be notified of the outcome of the ballot today, with successful supporters then able to purchase their tickets from Friday July 15.

22,486 of the supporters who registered for the ballot and recorded three of the four games therefore have a 28.5 per cent chance of being successful for a ticket.

Supporters that are unsuccessful, including all those who recorded fewer than three of the four games, have been given a waiting list position.

The ballot is managed independently, with each booking having an equal chance of being selected.

The club received a full ticket allocation of 12,055 tickets for this all-ticket fixture, which will be played at the King Power Stadium in Leicester on Saturday July 30.

The breakdown of LFC’s full ticket allocation is:

  • General supporter allocation: 77 per cent
  • Contractual supporter allocation; to include seasonal hospitality members and priority rights holders: 11 per cent
  • Matchday officials/first-team players/media: 10 per cent
  • Commercial partners – contractual obligations: 2 per cent

To ensure the safety and security of fans, the club urges supporters who do not have a ticket not to travel to Leicester.

Full details of the selling process are available here.

Published 13th July 2022