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33,000 FA Cup Semi Final Tickets Sold

33,000 FA Cup Semi Final Tickets Sold

Manchester City supporters who are not season ticket holders and were hoping for an FA Cup semi final ticket will be left disappointed as the entire 33,000 allocation has been sold.

The official MCFC website announced earlier today...

Supporters are advised that our entire allocation of tickets for the semi final of the FA Cup sponsored by E.ON has now sold out.

The Blues take on Manchester United at Wembley next Saturday, 16 April, at 5.15pm. The game will be shown live on the big screens in City Square. This is a ticket-only event, and tickets can now be purchased - adults £5, under-16s £1. Please call 0870 062 1894 (option 1). No booking fee. Tickets will also be available from the Stadium Box Office.

Supporters should please note there will be no ticket sales on the day of the game.

Looks like its the pub with a large TV screen for me.





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Writer:Tudor
Date:Sunday April 10 2011
Time: 5:14PM

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33000 tickets sold? That can't be true, I keep getting told by rags that we don't have any fans and never sell all our tickets. Just hope more than a handful of their fans from Manchester got tickets and they didn't all go to Corporates, Dubliners and Norwegians.
fifthcolumnblue
10/04/2011 23:03:00
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and fifth, there is no truth in the rumour that the only Traffic jam was coming north up the M6 from 'Larndarn' for tickets for the ''Cock-ney rags' as the 'real' Salford Rags dont go to the games, just the Local Wetherspoons!!!!.... (Well not much anyway)
cityman51
11/04/2011 19:25:00
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