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All Gillingham FC Deals, Discounts & Sales for October 2018

Gillingham fc family ticket 2 Adults + 2 Children(u'18) £25
Found 17th Oct 2016Found 17th Oct 2016
Gillingham fc family ticket 2 Adults + 2 Children(u'18) Today's launch of the £25 Family Tickets, which are for the uncovered Brian Moore Stand and will not be available for our f… Read more

Brilliant for season tickets for a full family


Free Champions League tonight Lyon vs Juventus


This works in Germany!


True. My local club is the same. More than Half the stadium is empty on match days


Good value. More clubs should do this. Be better to have fuller stadiums paying less than half full ones paying more.

Gillingham FC "kids for a quid" £1.00 matches announced.
Found 10th Aug 2014Found 10th Aug 2014
PUBLISHED 17:00 10th August 2014 Gillingham FC can now announce its `Kids for a Quid` fixtures for the 2014/15 Sky Bet League One Season The 2014/15 season is very nearly upon u… Read more

Good deal, but other clubs have better offers. St Johnstone offer free entry to under 12's for every game (home and away fans), and Partick Thistle offer free entry to under 16's (home fans only)


Only applicable if your legs don't bend at the knees.


So Gills give you a quid, you give them the kid right?* Seriously though, good offer - particularly the festive ticket promotion, which I trust fills the ground at only £10 for an adult ticket. * Blackpool might need to initiate this sort of offer judging by this weekend!




wish manchester city did this! heat added

Gillingham FC v Tranmere Rovers 18 April 2014, Kids for a £1 quid
Found 24th Mar 2014Found 24th Mar 2014
Gillingham FC have another Kids for a Quid match coming up. It's for the home game against Tranmere Rovers on Friday 18 April, 3pm kick off at the Priestfield Stadium of Dreams. Pr… Read more

As a tranmere fan and having seen several games this season I suspect £1 is a bit expensive....


Lol I seek no glory as I support Spurs!


Shame they didn't do this last week when I would have been in the away end.


Let me guess. Glory hunting Man Utd or Man City fan?


Anything which can get kids interested in their local team rather than becoming another plastic Liverpool, Man Utd, Man City, Chelsea or Arsenal fan has to be a good thing. Far more clubs should be doing this.

Gillingham football club track suit XL
LocalLocalFound 8th Mar 2014Found 8th Mar 2014
XL gillingham football club track suit trousers and jacket.... They have them only in XL in the shop at the stadium
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£20.00 was the price


Hi, could you please add a price, thanks :)

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Gillingham FC v Oldham Athletic 23 November, Kids for a £1 quid
Found 14th Nov 2013Found 14th Nov 2013
Gillingham Fc are again offering kids for a quid. It's for the Oldham game on 23 November at Priestfield Stadium. I've listed this under entertainment, but having been to their ma… Read more

gillingham and oldham ha ha ha id rather pay £20 to watch the mighty bantams


Ouch!! Harsh comments you evil bar stewards!! Pub football has never been so good!


Entertainment they have not been that since the 70s. Ha ha true.


I wouldn't pay 10p to see the gills try and play lol


what have those poor kids ever done to you??oO:(

Gillingham V Exeter City or Fleetwood £10 adults £5 Kids
Found 22nd Oct 2012Found 22nd Oct 2012
Festive Ticket Offer is Back!!!! Tickets go on sale Today Get down to the GFC Ticket Office and purchase your tickets for both home games against Exeter on the 20th November and… Read more

Good deal, you should get at least 500 people through the gates now...


Yes, the local fans can be a bit keen though:


The reason you can watch Premier League footy at Wigan for £20 is that Wigan is a Rugby League town and they struggle for attendances. Depending on where you come from the Gills deal is more local for people of the south rather than Wigan but I do take your point. :-)


You won't get much change from £20 for a ticket for any League 2 club match. Non league clubs charge £10+ per match. At Gillingham the cheapest adult ticket is £18 in advance rising to £21 on match days, so this deal is a good saving on the usual price. Wigan have very low crowds for the Premier League and are more of a rugby league town so they have to have low prices to get a reasonable amount of fans in.


I wouldn't mind going but I'd want a bit more than a tenner.:p

Gillingham v Burton Saturday 20th October 3pm - Kids for a quid!
LocalLocalFound 25th Sep 2012Found 25th Sep 2012
Great deal for taking the kids for a day out at the footy. Adult tickets start at £18.



The away end at Priestfield isn't very good but it's far from one of the worst away days. For me, the worst away days are those where the ground is in a retail outlet. Priestfield is in the centre of Gillingham and in walking distance of a fair few family friendly pubs. This is a very good deal. Both sides are in good form and scoring goals so it should be a good game.


Gills will be promoted by Xmas at this rate. Mad Dog's Barmy Army!


6 points clear at the top i think you meant to add, excellent deal, was just logged on and about to book the tickets online and then remembered it clashed with my wedding! May be a bit too much grief to deal with if I went.


Well done on beating the mighty vale

Friendly:  Gillingham v Senegal Olympic football team 17th April (Adults £5 Kids £2)
Found 4th Apr 2012Found 4th Apr 2012
7pm kick off at Priestfield Stadium. Cheap night out at the footy!

Looks like this game could be back on soon, watch this space!


Nothing much has changed in the last 11 years - it's still a dump.


The match has been called off. Match Cancelled


They have an outside chance of making the play-offs, I doubt they'll play a full strength side for a midweek friendly before and after two league games and if they do that's stupid.


Yes, some of the Senegal players might be good too... ;)

London Broncos v Hull FC (@ Gillingham FC) May 20th.  Adults £10, U16 £1
Found 5th Mar 2012Found 5th Mar 2012
One of two on-the-road games for the London Broncos. As a Gills season ticket holder but also a fan of Super League I am looking forward to this match. A great price too. Hopefu… Read more

Yes, ordered my tickets already.


Are those prices of £10 and £1 correct?


Are those prices of £10 and £1 correct?


£10 to see the greatest game in the world - Bargain!

Gillingham FC v Bradford City (26/11) & Bristol Rovers (17/12) tickets adults £10 kids £5!
Found 30th Oct 2011Found 30th Oct 2011
Tickets for these two games both reduced to £10. 50%ish saving.

£23 normally for a League 2 game? I don't think so... Reducing it down to a tenner is only what it should be imo Going to see West Ham at Coventry in 3 weeks and that was a pound cheaper! Infact, I only paid £15 to see West Ham at Birmingham City in the Premier League a couple of seasons ago and it was just £2 more than this deal the following season Brrrrrrrrrrr


Adult tickets were £10 and Kids £1 at Palace this weekend. This is cold for me.


I watched Middles-borough Charlton in the semis of the League cup for £5 a couple of years ago. COLD.


And because WBA v Bolton is on Sat 19th Nov. If you want to watch WBA on 26/11 in preference to Gillingham v Bradford the cost is Adults £40, seniors/students/under-18s £30, junior £20


Hot deal, I shall be taking advantage of this offer for one or both games. Cheapest ticket for an adult usually at Priestfield is £18 in advance, though this jumps to £21 pay on the day: Gills Ticket Prices I'll have the last waltz with you...

Gillingham v Crewe - kids for a quid (under 16's)  - 13/11/2010
Found 20th Oct 2010Found 20th Oct 2010
Also season ticket holders can buy 4 tickets for 4 adults at £5 each. Many would say this is still too much (including me sometimes lol, but it's still a good deal).

I worked with the company that made and supplied around 1999 - 2001 (?) i think i must of designed the home and away kit for 2 seasons? I seem to remember my visuals were put up on the Gills website so that the fans could vote for their favourite kit design!!


that is indeed random but actually for a Gills fan quite interesting. which shirts in particular?


Random Fact No 1: I used to design the football shirts for Gillingham. Random Fact No 2: I also designed a lot of their supporters merchandise inc the commemorative shirt for when they made it to wembley.


Link to the GFC ticket details page Ticket news

Gillingham FC third shirt - was £39.99 now £15!!!
Found 25th Jan 2009Found 25th Jan 2009
Personally my favourite of the three kits and a great price - I bought 2!

Yellow shirt (away strip) added to sale.


I brought one yesterday - Up the Gills! Heres to another three points on Tuesday evening.


"The quality of lower league clubs is not the same as Premier League teams....... " If you are talking about quality of football well that's obviously a bit of a no-brainer. If however, you're talking about quality of shirts then that is a load of garbage. If just retired after 27 years running a textile operation in Madagascar. For the vast majority of that time, I was producing european (mainly English club) football shirts. Don't get too bogged down in either the league position of the team or even the manufacturer's logo on the shirt. They're all made by the same place. Some contracts demanded higher quality materials than others, sure, but it was not related to their footballing status. In general, lower league clubs paid more, because they ordered less.


Yes Englishmen that want to play for Northern Ireland, Adam Miller. £40 is the standard shirt cost, whether it's Premier league or Blue Square. Maybe the standard of the football is not so high in lower leagues but the standard of support is much higher. More dedicated loyal followings rather than armchair plastics and gloryhunters. Anyway, owners of Premier League football shirts who wear them in public also have to shell out for the cheap Donnay jogging bottoms complete with decorating stains that they always seem to wear with them.


The quality of lower league clubs is not the same as Premier League teams....... I support the Worlds richest club ...Man City! but I also follow Rochdale as I used to work for them and the fit/material and everything about Rochdale's is cheaper. I have seen many League two and League One shirts and the same seems to be true. I guess the manufacturers of Prem League shirts pay so much to the club to be their supplier. (I seem to remember Kappa paying a fortune to take over as Man Citys shirt producer, whereas Rochdale and Co have to pay a shirt provider to produce shirts for them) and they also have to satisfy the major sports chains that they should stock their shirts (never see non-premier league shirts in these outlets)