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Posted Saturday, July 14th 2018

Quid-a-kid for Shrewsbury friendly

City supporters are reminded that quid-a-kid is in operation for today’s pre-season friendly with Shrewsbury Town (July 14th, 1pm kick-off).

The Shrews will be City’s fourth opponents of the pre-season calendar – a game which will see the players wear the 2018/19 away strip - as preparations continue to build ahead of the new campaign.

Tickets are priced at £11 for adults, £6 for senior citizens and a special quid-a-kid offer will be available for under-19s – all inclusive of fees.

Only the West Stand Lower will be opened to home supporters initially, with unreserved seating in operation. The Atyeo Stand will be used by the Shrewsbury Town fans.

Supporters will be able to pay on the day but please arrive early to avoid queues at the main ticket office next to the Atyeo statue.

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