Don't miss out on four big games for the Royals in Berkshire...Be here for the next four at Madejski Stadium as Jaap’s Royals look to bounce back at home!
Between now and the 14th of February Reading have four matches in Berkshire and the Royals will need every ounce of support the fans can muster as they look to push up the Sky Bet Championship table.
Jaap’s side will start the quartet of fixtures at Madejski Stadium with a home clash against high-flying Fulham, in the re-arranged meeting with the Whites due to take place on the 24th of January.
As a gesture of goodwill, we are delighted to offer a free ticket to the rearranged fixture to all home and away supporters who had purchased a match ticket for the original game against Fulham at the end of 2016.
For more information on how to claim your free ticket for the clash under the lights with the Whites click here! Otherwise for full ticket information click here.
Just four days later will be a battle with the Bluebirds, as Neil Warnock’s Cardiff City make the journey along the M4 to Reading.
The Royals picked up their first away win of the season earlier in the campaign at the Cardiff City Stadium, when Yann Kermorgant fired home his late winner to take all three points in the Welsh capital!
Make sure you’re here to get behind the Royals as they aim to do the double over their Welsh opponents on the 28th of January, with Cardiff expected to travel in numbers to back their side.
Find ticket information here
Next up for the Royals will be a meeting with the Tykes on the 11th of February at Madejski Stadium, and if the match lives up to the meeting at Oakwell in September, then it’s one you won’t want to miss!
Two first half goals from the Royals - including a sublime strike from John Swift - put Reading into a commanding lead. Garath McCleary saw red midway through the first half however, but the ten man Royals held on to claim a hard fought 2-1 win in Yorkshire, much to the delight of the travelling fans.
Buy your ticket for the meeting with the Tykes here
Another match under the lights at Madejski Stadium will see Brentford make the short trip form West London in what should be a cracking atmosphere for the evening game in Berkshire.
The 8pm kick-off on Tuesday the 14th of February coincides with Valentine’s Day, but there will be no love lost between the Royals and the Bees, with Jaap Stam’s side looking to put right what was a difficult night at Griffin Park earlier in the season.
Book your seat here, and help us out-sing the traveling colony of Bees who will be massing on the Mad Stad that Tuesday evening.