It's that time of year that football fans love when great football matches come in quick succession, and if you want to get Boxing Day Football tickets, then SeatPick has all the best ticket options available for you today!
Premier League tickets are a much sought-after commodity, and over the Christmas period, and on Boxing Day especially, the hunt to get the best seats for the top games becomes even more frenetic.
Fortunately, via SeatPick, you can access a vast number of football tickets for the biggest matches from the Premier League as well as the EFL Championship and League One, and League Two.
The Premier League is the biggest football league on the planet, and interest in watching games in the United Kingdom extends well beyond its borders, and that means an influx of supporters coming from all around the world getting their fix of top-level football.
Many fans combine a trip to the UK for the Christmas season with a game or two and make a real holiday of the occasion, often traveling to multiple cities to get to as many top stadiums as possible.
Boxing Day tickets are particularly popular, and in most seasons, more or less a whole round of Premier League fixtures will take place on the 26th of December.
Any true football fan will be looking to enjoy English football over the festive season, and as such, you can expect to see ticket prices rise, but at SeatPick, you can access football tickets at competitive prices for all matches at all stadiums.
If you've never been to a Premier League match, then this is the best time of year to plan your dream trip.
In 2023/24, there are some very juicy fixtures to look forward to over the Christmas period and here are just a selection of those that will be attracting a great deal of attention.
Please note that the dates of matches can be affected by broadcast schedules, such as games that are shown by Sky Sports or other providers.
Premier League Games in the United Kingdom December 26 2023/24
Christmas Football Tickets
Premier League clubs, and those playing in the lower leagues, have a tough time of it over Christmas with games coming thick and fast. Indeed the Christmas schedule in the English leagues is far more hectic than in any other European league, and football fans wouldn't have it any other way.
Over this period, they can expect to play three or four games within the space of 10 to 12 days, and then that is swiftly followed by the FA Cup third-round matches, which are also of great interest when the full fixture list is released.
Every upcoming season you'll see football fans planning out their Christmas schedules to fit the fixture list that is released; such is the importance of the festive season to each and every football fan.
This coming Premier League season has fixtures planned for two days before Christmas - Saturday, December 23 and four days after Boxing Day: Saturday December 30.
You can be sure that over this spell there will be Premier League matches ever day besides on December 24 and 25th. The two Gameweeks either side of Boxing Day are:
Saturday 23 December 2023
Saturday 30 December 2023
When it comes to fans travelling far and wide to see their heroes in action, there are some stadiums and teams that will always attract more attention; below is a round-up of the major venues that will see a massive uptick in interest over Christmas.
West Ham United
These are just a handful of the clubs in the Premier League that attract growing interest over the Christmas period. Those looking to visit a scenic stadium can consider travelling to West London to the banks of the Thames to Craven Cottage, where Fulham play their home games.
In the Midlands, you can look to take in a game at the the likes of Nottingham Forest, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Aston Villa.
As well as the major clubs in London, there are the likes of Crystal Palace (Selhurst Park) and Brentford (Brentford Community Stadium), and in the Championship sides like QPR, Millwall, and Watford.
English Football and Christmas
Of Europe's so-called 'Big Five' leagues, the Premier League is head and shoulders above the competition. A recent study stated that the revenue generated by the teams in the English Premier League was as high as £25 billion. This puts it in a league of its own when compared with the likes of the German Bundesliga, Spanish La Liga, Italy's Serie A, and the French Ligue 1.
Arguably the best players in world football play among the clubs in the English Premier League, and the number of football tickets sold for games played in the league is far above those in other leagues in Europe and beyond.
Christmas is a great time to visit the United Kingdom, and cities and towns throughout the land will have plenty to offer as well as the fine spectacle of a football match or two.
While buying tickets is one aspect to plan for, you'll also need to make sure accommodation and travel are arranged sometime in advance as the Christmas period can prove very busy in terms of hotels and other accommodation options.
In major cities, this will prove easier than in smaller locations, and any plan of a trip to the United Kingdom over this period should into account that public transport is less frequent over the Christmas Day and Boxing Day dates; in other words, make sure you are based relatively close to the stadium you are looking to visit.
The raft of options when it comes to Christmas games in the UK means there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy football over the festive period.
At SeatPick, you can access all the football tickets you could possibly wish to buy and see, ranging from Premier League matches to those in lower leagues.
Given the popularity of watching games on Boxing Day, we'd suggest you move early to get the best seats in the house. SeatPick offers a wide breadth of options so that you can look to purchase tickets throughout the UK way ahead of the matches.
Though the football fixture list is released over the summer, the precise time and date of each game are only confirmed a few weeks prior to December. However, that doesn't mean you can't buy tickets for these football matches, but it does mean you need to be flexible in terms of your itinerary, which is, of course, more relevant for those who may be traveling long distances to be in the relevant cities and stadiums.
Boxing day football is a huge market when it comes to buying Premier League tickets, and the race to get them starts early. If you want to see your favourite players and teams in action, then SeatPick can help get you and your family to the big game.
Via our service, you can access a vast array of tickets, and we only work with trusted resellers, so that will provide you with the peace of mind you need when buying football tickets.
To help you plan your trip and give you a better idea of where you'll be seated within the stadium, we offer interactive maps of all stadiums so you know exactly where your seats are located as well as providing other information in relation to traveling to the relevant cities and stadiums, featuring key details such as public transport routes and schedules.
The tickets you can find via SeatPick cover all price ranges and types. From Premier League tickets of all categories all the way up to hospitality packages.
You can find tickets for every match, from those involving the big guns like Man City and Liverpool to less glamourous clubs that still demand your attention.
The cost of Boxing Day tickets varies according to which teams are playing. The cost of tickets for any football match will be dictated by the size of the clubs involved, the demand for tickets, and where within the stadium you are looking to sit. For instance, a hospitality package for a big derby match, such as Liverpool vs Everton, will obviously cost far more than a basic football ticket for a team that attracts less interest.
At SeatPick, you can search through the availability on our platform to find tickets to watch your club in action, and wherever the game is taking place across the United Kingdom, you can be assured we will have seats for your chosen game.
Usually price will be start at about 125-150 pound per ticket.
|Dec 26, 2023||Newcastle||St James Park||$83|
|Dec 26, 2023||Sheffield||Bramall Lane Sheffield||$70|
|Dec 26, 2023||Bournemouth||Dean Court (Vitality Stadium)||$214|
|Dec 26, 2023||Burnley||Turf Moor||$161|
|Dec 26, 2023||Manchester||Old Trafford||$70|
|Dec 27, 2023||Brentford||Gtech Community Stadium||$96|
|Dec 27, 2023||London||Stamford Bridge||$106|
|Dec 27, 2023||Liverpool||Goodison Park||$118|
|Dec 28, 2023||Brighton||The Amex Stadium||$123|
|Dec 28, 2023||London||Emirates Stadium||$193|
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