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Posted Wednesday, January 3rd 2018

Man City away SOLD OUT

City’s Carabao Cup semi-final first leg tie at Manchester City has SOLD OUT.

The club’s full allocation of 7,680 tickets for the clash on Tuesday, January 9th (7.45pm kick-off) were predominantly purchased by season card holders and members, with the remaining tickets snapped up via general sale in the last 24 hours.

20 CATS coaches will be making the journey to the North West at present, with spaces still available. More information can be found here.

Supporters without a ticket should not travel to the Etihad Stadium as they will not gain entry.

SECOND LEG IN BS3

Meanwhile, over 14,500 tickets have been purchased for the home leg, to be played at Ashton Gate two weeks later – Tuesday, January 23rd (7.45pm).

Tickets remain on sale to members who have purchased four or more home match tickets (league or cup), before opening up to all members from Thursday.

View the home ticket sales procedure and prices here.

SECURE YOUR SEAT NOW

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