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Free EDS and MCWFC double header on Sunday

  • 23 April 2014 13:22
  • Posted by @markbooth_mcfc

Supporters are invited to a feast of football at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

It’s been confirmed that City EDS will play their final league game of the regular season against Aston Villa at the Etihad Stadium at midday, which will be followed by MCWFC’s FA Cup quarter-final tie with Chelsea at the Regional Athletics Stadium at 2pm.

Entrance to both games is free for Seasoncard holders, while it will be just £3 for everyone else wanting to attend both games.

Patrick Vieira’s under-21s need a win against Villa to secure progression to the end of the season play-offs for a shot at the title.

Meanwhile, Nick Cushing’s MCWFC know that a semi-final tie against Arsenal or Birmingham is 90 minutes away, if they can get past Chelsea.

Ticket details

Supporters must present their valid 2013/14 Seasoncard at entrance Y for free entry to the EDS game and turnstiles will be open from 11.00am. All seating is offered on an unreserved basis in Colin Bell Stand Level 1.

Non-seasoncard holders can purchase a ticket for these two games, priced £3 for Adults and £1 for Concessions (Under 16’s & Over 65s).

The Ticket Office and Supporter Services are open Monday to Saturday, 9am to 5:30pm (closed Sunday & Bank Holiday). The Ticket Office located in BT City Square will open on Sunday 27 April for ticket sales from 11am until 2.15pm.

Car parking is also available free of charge to all supporters in Blue H, accessible from Alan Turing Way.

All tickets are sold subject to availability and are issued subject to Manchester City Football Club Limited’s 2013-14 home match terms and conditions of sale, and any applicable ground regulations.

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