Published: 08:10, 09 December 2019
| Updated: 12:44, 10 December 2019
Gillingham are primed for a busy week ahead.
Tickets for the much-anticipated FA Cup game against Premier League West Ham are likely to go on sale from Tuesday.
The third round match has been chosen for live TV coverage by BT Sport, kicking-off at 6.16pm on Sunday, January 5.
Prices haven’t been announced yet but discounts will be given to those with season tickets and/or those who were at the second round game against Doncaster.
Fans have been advised to keep hold of ticket stubs as proof of attendance.
Gills chairman Paul Scally said: “Due to the fact that the kick-off time has been changed we need to implement this on our system and check everything is working as it should before they go on sale.
“Initially, season ticket holders will have priority, and a few days later those who came to the Doncaster fixture will also get a period where they can secure their seats before they go on general sale.
“In both cases, tickets will have a slight discount attached to them before full prices are applied.
“We will put the finishing touches to our plans on Monday and will likely go live on Tuesday lunchtime.”
The club are expecting a busy period and fans are being advised to purchase tickets online, with phonelines at Priestfield “inundated” as soon as the draw was made.
How can I watch Gillingham v West Ham?
The best way, of course, is to get a ticket for the game at Priestfield. But if you're unable to get a ticket then these are the options:-
TV channel: The match will be televised in the UK on BT Sport, with kick-off at 6.16pm.
Live stream: BT Sport subscribers can watch the match online via the BT Sport video player and the BT Sport app.
Match coverage: KentOnline Sport will be keeping you up to date with all the build-up and action via our match blog service with Luke Cawdell at www.kentonline.co.uk.
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