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Watford date and ticket details confirmed

City’s trip to Watford in the Carabao Cup second round will be played on Tuesday, August 22nd (7.45pm).

Lee Johnson’s side have been rewarded with a trip to Vicarage Road after thrashing Plymouth Argyle 5-0 at Ashton Gate in round one.

Ticket prices for the tie with the Premier League side have been set as follows: Adults - £10, Senior 65+/Full time Students - £5, Under-19 - £1.

There are ten pairs of elevated wheelchair tickets and four pitch level wheelchair tickets, plus nine designated ambulant tickets. Ambulant/Wheelchair users pay the relevant age category.

PLEASE NOTE: A £1 per ticket fee will apply on all match tickets purchased.

There are a limited number of disabled parking bays available for £8 per space; contact Watford on 01923 223023 to book.

WHEN TO PURCHASE

Tickets are now on sale to season card PLUS holders. All season card holders can purchase from 10am tomorrow (Wednesday), with Forever Bristol members able to buy from Thursday at 10am. Any remaining tickets will on general sale from 10am on Friday.

CATS will be running coaches to Vicarage Road, with seats costing £20 for season card PLUS holders, with all others paying £25. Coaches will leave the Winterstoke car park at 2.30pm and supporters can leave their cars at Ashton Gate.

Tickets will go off sale on Tuesday, August 22nd at 12.30pm.

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