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Posted Friday, February 2nd 2018

City receive limited Cardiff allocation

City have been allocated just 1,481 tickets for the Severnside derby fixture at Cardiff City.

The Sky Bet Championship fixture will be played at the Cardiff City Stadium on Sunday, February 25th (12noon kick-off).

A club spokesman said: “The decision to reduce the ticket allocation was as a result of request from South Wales Police to hold an extraordinary SAG Meeting.

“In that meeting they produced evidence of recent disorder and asked for our allocation to be cut by 50 per cent. 

“The result of this was 1,481 tickets being allocated, albeit without any restrictions placed on the travel of our fans. 

“The club is extremely disappointed with the actions to date and believe it unfairly disadvantages our supporters and also our club for a key fixture.

“We will continue to challenge this legally, working with the EFL, Football Safety Officers Association and Sports Grounds Safety Authority, in a bid to receive more tickets for our supporters.”

Subsequently, with the game not being shown on Sky Sports, the club has requested a beamback. This will take place in the Sports Bar & Pizzeria at Ashton Gate, with full details to follow.

TICKET PRICES

General Admission

Adult - £24
Senior 60+ - £20
Aged 16-21 - £15
Under-16 - £12

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

Family Area (No children without adults and no adults without children)

Adults - £15
Senior 60+ - £12
Aged 16-21 - £10
Under-16 - £5
Family ticket - Two Adults & Two Under-16s - £36

Wheelchair Disabled

Adult - £15
Senior 60+ - £12
Aged 16-21 - £10
Under-15 - £5

There are eight visitor disabled parking bays, available free of charge, by contacting Cardiff’s SLO Adam Gilliatt to confirm. His email is adam.gilliatt@cardiffcity.co.uk.

SALES PROCEDURE

Season card PLUS holders can purchase tickets from 10am on Monday (February 5th) online, before phone lines open on Wednesday, February 7th. Please note, as family tickets can only be purchased by phone, the phone lines will be accessible to families from Monday at 10am.

All season card holders can purchase online from Friday, February 9th at 10am, before Forever Bristol members get the chance to purchase online from Wednesday, February 14th.

Should any tickets remain, they will be placed on general sale from Monday, February 19th at 10am online.

CATS

Coaches will be running to the Cardiff City Stadium, departing from Ashton Gate at 9am. Seats will cost £15 for season card PLUS members, £20 for all others.

No supporter parking will be available on site due to an event.

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