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City V Birmingham City - SOLD OUT

City’s final day Sky Bet Championship match with Birmingham City on Sunday (midday) has SOLD OUT.

The largest league crowd in 37 years will witness the season finale, with more than 25,400 set to be packed into Ashton Gate.

It includes a sold out away section, with Birmingham City supporters making the journey in hope of seeing their side secure Championship status.

City, meanwhile, have the opportunity to finish as high as 15th with victory in BS3 on Sunday.

Chief operating officer Mark Ashton told bcfc.co.uk: “This demonstrates the togetherness our supporters have shown this season, culminating in a full house on Sunday.

“We fully respect the integrity on the league and will be taking this game seriously because we want to continue our good form and end the season on a high.

“I cannot thank our fans enough for packing the Gate and making it a sell-out – a fantastic atmosphere is guaranteed.”

Fans are being urged to arrive early, with turnstiles open from 10am, especially with travel restrictions in place due to the Bristol 10K.

After the game, there will be a Family Festival – sponsored by Poplar Insulation – for home supporters. This includes the Supporters Club & Trust End of Season Awards, Hall of Fame inductees and a performance by The Wurzels.

Supporters without tickets are advised not to visit Ashton Gate on Sunday.

RUNNING ORDER

 9am – Sports Bar & Grill open (alcohol cannot be sold until 10am)
 10am – Daz on stage in the Fan Village; turnstiles open
 11.30am –MC Mikee Freedom performing Devotion pitchside
 11.45am – Senior Reds/Disabled Supporters Awards pitchside
 12noon – Kick-off
 12.45pm – Half-time
 1pm – Second half begins
 Approx 1.50pm – Final whistle, Fan Village opens
 Approx 2pm – Players and staff to embark on lap of appreciation
 2.10pm – Daz on stage
 2.45pm – Supporters Club & Trust Awards, hosted by David Lloyd
 - Hall of Fame inductees
 - Champagne Moment
 - Top Goalscorer
 - Supporter of the Year
 - Young Player of the Year
 - Player of the Year
 3.15pm – The Wurzels perform
 4.15pm – Ends

(all timings subject to change)

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