Tickets for our upcoming games against Kingstonian and Cheshunt have gone live on our official ticketing site this morning.

Our first two competitive fixtures of the 2020/21 campaign, both games will be all-ticket only, with capacity limited to no more than 600 people for both, in line with current restrictions.

Next Tuesday’s (22nd September) match will hopefully be the start of a long journey in this year’s Emirates FA Cup as we host the K’s in the first qualifying round of the world’s longest-running domestic football competition.

Meanwhile, the following Saturday (26th September) will be our first league fixture at home in over six months, when we host Cheshunt, who, rather ironically, were due to be our next visitors before March’s lockdown.

As previously mentioned, we are expecting high demand for these exciting first competitive fixtures so all tickets will only be available to purchase online.

Tickets are priced as follows:

  • Adults £11
  • Over 60s/Students/U18s £6
  • U16s £2

We urge all supporters to get their tickets as soon as they can to avoid any disappointment.

Season ticket holders will not need to buy tickets for the Cheshunt fixture, however, we remind you that season tickets do not cover cup games and therefore season ticket holders will have to purchase tickets for Tuesday’s match against Kingstonian through our ticketing site.

Furthermore, in a slight change to our COVID protocols, our track & trace procedure will take place through our online ticketing system.

The contact details you have provided for your account on the secure ticketing site will be held as a temporary record for no longer than 21 days, meaning you will not have to scan a QR code at the stadium entrance as has previously occurred at our pre-season games.

If you do not have a smartphone or other similar mobile device, details can be recorded on pen and paper, if needed.

Purchase your tickets HERE.

Want to know what you can expect when you visit our ground? We have filmed a safety video to help you out. Watch it HERE.


  1. Andy Meadus says:

    Why can’t I buy multiple tickets? I want an adult and a child ticket for the Cheshunt game, but booking site will only allow me to assign one to my account.

    • Matt Jones says:

      Hi Andy,
      Make sure that you have assigned a name to each ticket you wish to buy. Once assigned, it should allow you to purchase. This is to help with track & trace.
      Regards, Matt from Horsham FC

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