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Posted Tuesday, July 3rd 2018

Tickets on sale for “Johnson Cup”

City’s pre-season friendly with Cheltenham Town is now on general sale.

The fixture will be played on Tuesday, July 10th (7.30pm kick-off) at Weston-super-Mare’s Woodspring Stadium.

A total of 3,167 unreserved tickets are available – a mixture of seating and standing – which includes 14 pairs of wheelchair and carer tickets.

Lee Johnson has overcome his dad’s League Two outfit in the past two years, ensuring the “Johnson Cup” has maintained its pride of place on the City side of the family mantlepiece - something Johnson senior will be eager to change.

Tickets have been priced at £12 for adults and £8 for senior citizens (aged 60+).

Supporters can purchase their tickets online or via the Supporter Services phone lines on 0117 963 0600.

Tickets for this fixture go off sale on Tuesday, July 10th at 4pm. Any remaining tickets will be sent to Weston-super-Mare to be sold on the day.

For anyone booking their tickets online, they will be required to create an account and then visit the ‘Football Away’ tab.

As with all away games, we will offer postage (£1) and collection (free) for these tickets. After Friday, July 6th at 12pm postage will no longer be an option. Any tickets selected for collection and not collected from Ashton Gate Stadium by 5pm on Tuesday, July 10th will be available for collection from the Woodspring Stadium.

Fans are advised that the club will be selling tickets to both City and Cheltenham Town supporters.

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