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U7s go free for Bolton game on Saturday

3 December 2014

Take advantage of Super 7s offer

Children aged seven and under can gain FREE ENTRY to Saturday’s home clash with Bolton Wanderers, as part of Reading’s Super 7s scheme.

The offer enables all season ticket holders over the age of 17, and non-season ticket holders who purchase a non-child ticket, to bring an under 7 free of charge for selected Championship fixtures this season.

The Bolton game, as well as the up-and-coming festive contests with Watford, Norwich City and Middlesbrough, all qualify – so there are no excuses not to take advantage!

Wanderers will arrive in Berkshire in confident mood, having won five of their eight league games since Neil Lennon took over the manager’s job at the Macron Stadium.

Prior to the Northern Irishman’s arrival, Bolton propped up the Championship and had only won one game all season. Lennon’s arrival has drastically changed their fortunes, though, and they now occupy a more comfortable position in the bottom half.

Reading’s win at Norwich on Saturday, secured by two powerful Jake Cooper headers, ensures that the Royals will also approach the encounter in confident mood.

With Garath McCleary having made his comeback, and Danny Williams also starting to rediscover some of last season’s form, Nigel Adkins’ squad is beginning to return to full fitness. That's without evening mentioning a thumping 7-1 win for the Royals in this fixture last season.



To secure your seat for the Bolton game - book online at www.readingfcdirect.co.uk, come down in person or call 0118 968 1313. 

This season there are a number of other great value packages to take advantage of for the Royals home fixtures. For information on four game ticket bundles click here. For more on family tickets click here.

On Saturday, December 20th Reading welcome Watford to the Madejski Stadium. The two sides fought out a thrilling 3-3 draw in this fixture last season and in the corresponding match, at Vicarage Road, Kaspars Gorkss nodded a fifth-minute winner for the Royals.

Click here for ticket details.



Norwich City, who fell victim to a Jake Cooper's two headers at Carrow Road on Saturday, visit Berkshire on Sunday, December 28th. Following a strong start to the campaign, the Canaries have stuttered of late and currently find themselves in mid-table.

Tickets details for the fixture can be seen by clicking here.



Our first home Championship game of 2015, on Saturday, January 10th, is against high-flying Middlesbrough. The Royals picked up an impressive 1-0 victory at the Riverside Stadium in August and last term, a 2-0 success at the Madejski moved Reading back into the second tier’s top six.

Click here for ticket details.



Reading also have away fixtures at Birmingham City and Brighton & Hove Albion that fall in between these games. Details of all trips can be accessed below.

Birmingham City

Brighton & Hove Albion

Half season tickets are also on sale. More information is available here.

All tickets can be purchased in person at the Madejski Stadium, by calling 0118 968 1313, or by visiting www.readingfcdirect.co.uk

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