Town Confirm Coventry Replay Date
Tuesday, 3rd Dec 2019 12:10
Town have confirmed that the second-round FA Cup replay with Coventry City will take place at Portman Road on Tuesday 10th December (KO 7.45pm).
The Blues and Sky Blues drew 1-1 at St Andrew’s on Sunday afternoon. The winner of the replay will travel to either Bristol Rovers or Plymouth Argyle in round three.
Tickets will go on sale from tomorrow priced at £10 for adults, £5 for 65-plus and under-23s and £2 for under-19s.
As has been the case at home FA Cup ties in recent seasons, the Blues will be opening only part of the ground for the tie - the lower tiers of the Sir Bobby Robson Stand and Sir Alf Ramsey Stand, and all of the East of England Co-op Stand.
From Wednesday season ticket holders will be able to buy their own reserved seat plus one additional ticket. Fans whose season ticket is in an area of the stadium which will be closed can choose from an available seat or wait until other seats are released.
On Thursday Silver members can purchase their seats, while season ticket holders’ seats will be released. Tickets will go on general sale on Friday.
The club have confirmed that the PLC AGM which was set to take place in the Sir Bobby Robson Suite on the same night will be rearranged.
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