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Cardiff City Fully Sold Out For Leicester Clash

Cardiff City have fully sold out with every seat in the home allocation expected to be occupied for Wednesday's home semi-final leg of the Championship play-offs.

The Bluebirds hold a 1-0 lead courtesy of Peter Whittingham's emphatic free-kick at the Walkers' Stadium. Whilst the atmosphere at CCS was bound to be rocking anyway, this will only help the occasion.

Another important consideration is that season ticket holders had to buy tickets for this game i.e. they were not included in the price. That means that the proportion of fans unable or unwilling to make every match have committed to pay for this one-off encounter so we will be spared the unfortunate sight of many unoccupied seats even in the big games like Newcastle and Swansea.

Even the premier seating above the Grandstand has been sold - so this will be the biggest ever crowd at the CCS.

Leicester City are not yet sold out of the their allocation, but seats are limited. This is partly due to the 1-0 defecit, and the fact that many of their away followers have already been to CCS twice this season!

This is a massive occasion, with a fantastic atmosphere expected. Every fan can play their part and it cannot be stressed enough - GET THERE EARLY.






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Date:Tuesday May 11 2010

Time: 4:02PM

 

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