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Date set for Potters clash

City will host Premier League side Stoke City in the third round of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday, September 19th (7.45pm).

Lee Johnson’s side reached this round of the competition for the second successive season after brushing past Plymouth Argyle 5-0 at Ashton Gate before overcoming Watford at Vicarage Road.

Tickets will go on sale to season card holders online from Monday, September 4th (10am) and will then go on general sale from Monday, September 11th (10am).

SALES PROCEDURE

Season Card Holder/Member Online – Monday, September 4th (10am)
Season Card Holder/Member Phone – Wednesday, September 6th (10am)
General Sale Online – Monday, September 11th (10am)
General Sale Phone – Wednesday, September 13th (10am)

Wheelchair using and ambulant supporters will need to call Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600 during the online sales period to book their tickets as these cannot currently be done online.

Season card holder seats will be reserved until Friday, September 8th at 10am and any seats not purchased by this time will be made available to other supporters.

PRICES

South Stand
Adult - £12 (£13 with fee)
Senior 65+ - £8 (£9 with fee)
Under-22 - £8 (£9 with fee)
Under-19 - £5 (£6 with fee)

Dolman/Lansdown Stand
Adult - £15 (£16 with fee)
Senior 65+ -£10 (£11 with fee)
Under-22 - £10 (£11 with fee)
Under-19 - £5 (£6 with fee)

*If the game is purchased online and loaded to season/membership cards, or delivered as an e-ticket then there will be no £1 booking fee.

As with the Plymouth game, the Family Area will not be open for this fixture, but all other areas of the stadium will be in operation.

PARKING

Supporters with seasonal parking will have until Friday, September 8th at 10am to purchase the space they have on a seasonal basis. Any spaces not bought by this stage will go on general sale.

PARKING PRICES

Winterstoke - £12
Wickes/Midas - £10
Patterson’s/Ashton Park/Avonline - £7

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