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FA Cup Replay Ticketing
Monday, 11th Jan 2016 15:15

Town have released details of ticketing for the Tuesday 19th January FA Cup third round replay against Portsmouth at Fratton Park (KO 7.45pm).

Adult tickets will cost £18, while senior citizens (61+) will be charged £12, young persons (17-22) £12 and juniors £6.

Tickets will go on sale to Gold Card holders from 1pm tomorrow with season ticket holders able to secure theirs from 9am on Wednesday before they go on general sale at 9am on Thursday.

The scheduling is still subject to change if it is chosen for live TV coverage.

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sidtheswan added 16:37 - Jan 11
Why give us a date then if it's subject to change ? Can't buy train ticket and as can't get home can't book hotel either or more importantly a day off work .

Currie10 added 16:44 - Jan 11
I don't think it's especially fair we charged Pompey £15 when they are in return charging us £18 for a midweek game.

I understand at times lower league clubs need to cash in, but I don't agree with this. Especially when it's clubs that are run how Pompey have been.

Last season both us and Saints did £10 a pop which was good.

PhilTWTD added 16:50 - Jan 11

Not a case of one club deciding on prices in the FA Cup, is decided between both and the FA.

linhdi added 17:23 - Jan 11
Pompey wanted £18 for the first game, but we stood firm on £15. Right decision, given the (surprise) 17000 crowd.

xrayspecs added 17:27 - Jan 11
What is our allocation? Do you reckon we will get 6,000?

mparkyn added 17:39 - Jan 11
normal ground allocation is 2,000 but can be raised to 3,200

Fatboy added 17:56 - Jan 11
@sidtheswan: I don't think there's too much danger of this match being chosen for live TV coverage. Not when you look at the appeal of some of the other ties, e.g. Aston Villa vs Wycombe, Leicester vs Tottenham, Newport vs Blackburn, Bolton vs Eastleigh and Liverpool vs Exeter. Plus the BBC might remember the damp squib that was our replay against Southampton last season. However, I agree with your sentiment in that I don't understand why the decision hasn't yet been made.

Tufty added 20:47 - Jan 11
Too expensive
Too far to travel
Too long a journey
Too likely to get beaten
Too much trouble all round

Steve_ITFC_Sweden added 02:02 - Jan 12
If we get anything like 2000 away supporters, to a mid-week game with a League 2 side that has already outplayed us at our place, I'd be surprised - but very happy.

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