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Back the boys at St Andrew's

More than 1,300 supporters will be travelling to Birmingham City on Saturday (August 10th, 3pm KO).

Lee Johnson’s side visit St Andrew’s in their first away game of the new campaign – a ground they were victorious at last season courtesy of a Famara Diédhiou header.

City have been allocated a full allocation of 2,000 tickets, which are now on general sale.

PRICES

  • Adult - £25
  • Senior 65+ - £20
  • Under-25 - £20
  • Under-18 -£15*
  • Under-13 - £10

*All under-15s must be accompanied by an adult or they will be refused entry at the turnstiles.

Ambulant disabled and wheelchair using supporters are to pay the relevant price category and will receive a free carer if required.

Tickets go off sale at 2pm on Friday (August 9th).

TRAVEL

The club are running CATS coaches, which depart the Winterstoke car park at 10.45am. 13 spaces remain available, with seats costing £20 for season card holders and £25 for all others.

Supporters taking the train, with TrainAl - our Away Fan Travel Partner - can save 37% on their return tickets from Bristol Temple Meads to Birmingham stations. Off-peak return tickets cost £36.90 rather than the normal price of £58.70.

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