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Posted Thursday, April 18th 2019

Atyeo Stand seats availability for Derby County

City fans can really make Ashton Gate a cauldron of noise for the final scheduled Sky Bet Championship home match of the season against Derby County (Saturday, April 27th, KO 3pm).

In a repeat of the Manchester United and Manchester City games last season, seats in sections of the Atyeo Stand are available for home supporters as demand to see the Robins meet the Rams increases.

More than 22,000 tickets have already been sold for the game and City Chief Executive Officer Mark Ashton said: We are in a really strong position and every cheer and chant will make a difference to the players.

“With that in mind we have made sections of the Atyeo Stand available for the Derby County match for our fans so that we can truly make the Gate a cauldron of noise.”

Secure your seat

The desire for tickets for the run-in is matched by an interest in seeing City in their next campaign with season cards for the 2019/20 campaign back on sale after unprecedented demand.

Supporters looking to become new season card holders can choose their seat both online and over the phone from this time.

Season card prices remain frozen in the family area and on all new Under-12 and Under-19 seats.

While the South Stand has sold out following a record 14,000 secured during the initial sales period new season card holders can still purchase seats in the Dolman Stand and Lansdown Stand.

Ticket prices for Adults, Concessions and Under-22s have risen by five per cent, following the initial sales period but previously advertised season card holder benefits remain the same. There is no pay monthly option available.

The second season card sales period ends at midday Friday, May 3rd.

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