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Ed Lewis writes

Posted Friday, January 25th 2019

FA Cup football under the lights

Tickets remain on general sale for City’s Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round home tie with Bolton Wanderers.

The fixture will be played at Ashton Gate this evening (January 25th, 7.45pm) as City look to extend their unbeaten run to 12 matches in all competitions.

Lee Johnson's side welcomed Bolton Wanderers to BS3 two weeks ago in the Sky Bet Championship, with City running out 2-1 winners, courtesy of goals from Matty Taylor and Kasey Palmer.

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TICKET PRICES*

FAMILY AREA
Adult – £12
Over-65 - £8
Under-22 - £8
Under-19 - £5

SOUTH STAND
Adult - £12
Over-65 - £8
Under-22 - £8
Under-19 - £5

DOLMAN STAND
Adult - £15
Over-65 - £10
Under-22 - £10
Under-19 - £7

LANSDOWN STAND
Adult - £18
Over-65 - £12
Under-22 - £12
Under-19 - £9

*prices are exclusive of fees

Please note that load to card will not be available for this fixture, however e-ticket and mobile ticket (passbook) will remain as the fee free delivery options online.

CAR PARKING

The available car parks are:

Wickes - £12
Midas - £12
Avonline - £10

To book a space, supporters will need to call Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600.

BRISTOL SPORT CLUB ACCOUNT

Season card holders will need to create their Bristol Sport club Account, if yet to do so.

The Bristol Sport Club Account allows you to use just one single account to purchase tickets, merchandise, watch BCTV, access the Bristol City App and keep an eye on your City Rewards balance (for eligible supporters).

For more information, click here.

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