Man City away SOLD OUT
Posted: Wednesday, January 3rd 2018
Thursday, January 4th 2018
The distribution of City’s 7,680-ticket allocation for the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg is well under way.
The club has sold out its full allocation of tickets – the largest ever away following in the Etihad Stadium’s 15-year history.
The first batch of tickets have already gone in the post and should start arriving on doorsteps from tomorrow (Friday).
The process of ticket fulfilment continues, with postal purchases prioritised at present to ensure tickets reach supporters in time.
Subsequently, all collections will be available from the Bristol Sport Store from 10am on Monday (January 8th).
Supporters who purchased during the general sale period on January 3rd will only be able to collect tickets; there was no postal option available.
Fans planning on collecting on the day of the game can do so from Ashton Gate until midday. After this time, tickets must be collected from the Etihad Stadium from the South Stand Ticket Office, adjacent to the away turnstiles. The same applies for reprints. ID must be shown in order to collect tickets.
All CATS coaches have now sold out.
Please note, Supporter Services phone lines will close at midday today (Thursday). Phones will re-open at 9am on Friday.
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