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Posted Friday, January 5th 2018

All-ticket for City fans at Watford

City fans won’t be able to pay on the day at Watford this Saturday (3pm kick-off).

The match has been made all-ticket for visiting supporters, with 1,200 tickets already purchased in advance.

Sales will continue online until 2pm on Friday. Supporters without tickets after this point should not attend Vicarage Road as they will not gain access to the stadium.

Ticket prices have been slashed for the Emirates FA Cup third round tie, with full details as follows: Adult - £10, Over 65+ - £6, Full time students - £4, Under-19 - £2 (must be accompanied by an adult).

Collections and duplicate tickets can be collected from the away turnstiles from 1.30pm.

CATS coaches depart Ashton Gate at 10am on Saturday, with supporters able to park at the stadium.

BUY WATFORD TICKETS ONLINE

 

 

 

 

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