On Tuesday evening, Royals boss Jaap Stam will be making his first visit to The Den as Royals boss – it’ll be the second time we’ve faced Millwall this season, after defeating them in the second round of the Carabao Cup on our patch.
The Lions haven’t tasted victory in their four matches since then either – but Jaap is fully expectant that Tuesday’s hosts will make Reading work for anything they get.
“I’ve never been there but I’ve heard stories about it; we know how they play and what they can do, especially at their own ground,” said the Royals gaffer. “They will make it difficult for every opposition in their style of play.
“They can play on the ball, and they can go direct as well. They have quality players who can score goals and make it difficult for any opposition. They will be trying to do that against us and we are expecting that. We need to find an answer to that.
“You know as a player that you’ll play against teams like that and in front of these crowds. So it’s all about focusing on yourself in the game and the job that you need to do.
“If you deliver the quality and do what you need to do, and work together, we can get the result.”
Tickets for this fixture will go on sale at 9am on Monday 4th September 2017 and will remain on sale, subject to availability, until midday on Tuesday 26th September 2017.
We have an initial allocation of 1,049.
How to Buy
|60 & Over||£14|
|11 & Under||£5|
All disabled tickets are booked through Paul Collins – 0118 968 1017 / firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ambulant Disabled – Tickets are charged at the above prices (helper free of charge)
- Wheelchair Disabled x 5 – Tickets are charged at the above prices (helper free of charge)
- Tickets booked online or by phone up until 3pm on Friday 22nd September 2017 will be posted.
- Supporters booking online are asked to ensure that the age bands associated to each individual supporter are correct prior to processing your order. Checks of these will be made before the club sends you your tickets.
- We have split the blocks in half to give supporters more of a choice when purchasing online or over the phone. Also, supporters who definitely want to remain seated for the duration for the match, we advise them to choose the ‘lower rows’.
- We advise that supporters using concession tickets carry photographic identification confirming their date of birth, in case a member of staff requests to see this on the matchday.
- Reading Football Club reserves the right to advise the hosting club if any supporter is believed to be in the possession of a concession ticket to which they are not entitled, which may result in the ticket being blocked and entry denied.