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Cardiff vs Spurs - Ticket News

Cardiff City football club has taken steps to ensure that its loyal fans are the ones able to attend the F.A. Cup 3rd round fixture against Tottenham Hotspur. The game presents a fantastic opportunity for City to showcase themselves against top players and the game is also now to be shown live on Sky.
In order to allow fair distribution of the tickets, Cardiff City has come up with the following guidelines for ticket sales:
Club ambassadors and season ticket holders can buy one individual ticket from December 11 to 18.
Fans who present a ticket stub from this Saturday`s match vs Ipswich can purchase their ticket for the Spurs tie between 18th and 22nd December.

Any remaining tickets will go on general sale on December 22, but there are not expected to be any remaining tickets at this point making the Ipswich game a must for any 'floating` fans who only want to see the Spurs game.
Tottenham have requested an allocation of just 2000 tickets from the 3000 they are entitled to so Cardiff fans will be able to take up some of the Grange End. Ticket pricings will be as for usual Championship matches.




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Writer: Bluebirdshroom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday December 6 2006

Time: 11:31AM

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Against top players?? You're playing Spurs mate.
hatespur
lennon, king, robinson, keane, defoe, berbatov, dawson to name a few hatspur u c**k
yidrob
we're looking forward to it - arsenal only scraped past us (2-1) last year and at Highbury ;)
bluebirdshroom
 

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