City v Chelsea: Sold out
- 15 February 2014 12:13
- Posted by @markbooth_mcfc
Manchester City v Chelsea
Saturday 15th February 2014
Kick off – 5.15pm
Supporters are advised that tickets for our FA Cup Round 5 home match against Chelsea have now sold out.
Supporters registered on the FA Cup Scheme
All Seasoncard holders registered on the FA Cup Scheme whose payment failed when processing their ticket for today’s match are advised that they will not be able to enter the stadium using their Seasoncard, without first visiting the Stadium Ticket Office to make payment.
We would advise in these circumstances that you visit the Stadium Ticket Office at least 60 minutes before kick-off to avoid delays in getting into the Stadium.
Official Match Ticket
Entry to the Stadium will be granted on the presentation of a valid ticket purchased from the Club or through the Viagogo Ticket Exchange only.
The Club excludes all liability to any supporter who is denied entry to the Stadium as a result of their ticket having been purchased through an unauthorised seller.
The unauthorised sale or disposal of tickets may also amount to a criminal offence and the Club will inform the police as soon as it becomes aware of any unauthorised sale or disposal of tickets.
It is important that you have purchased, and are in possession of, the correct ticket and that it is activated to allow you access in to the stadium.
If the supporter who originally purchased the ticket is no longer able to attend the match, please contact the Supporter Services team on 0161 444 1894 (option 1, then option 3) to discuss, and where appropriate, upgrade your ticket. You can also upgrade on the day by visiting the Stadium Ticket Office.
Failure to upgrade your ticket before you attempt to enter the ground may result in a stadium ban.
We also advise all supporters to sit in the seat they have been allocated, failure to do so may result in further action being taken.
All home supporters who are collecting pre-purchased tickets may do so from the Stadium Ticket Office located in BT City Square (behind the stage).
Supporters are strongly advised to collect their tickets at least 60 minutes before kick-off to avoid delays in getting into the Stadium.
Supporters with queries relating to their Seasoncard or match ticket should also visit the Stadium Ticket Office.
Guests collecting Hospitality tickets should do so from either the City@Home reception located by Gate 11, or from the East Stand reception.
All guests will receive confirmation of their collection point by email. Should you have any questions regarding your collection point, you can contact a Matchday Hospitality representative by email at email@example.com or by phone on +44 (0)161 444 1894 (option 1, option 2).
Any City@Home collections that remain 15 minutes after kick-of will be sent to the Colin Bell Stand reception for late arrivals.
The following items are not allowed to be brought in to the Etihad Stadium:
- Pyrotechnics or flares
- Golf umbrella or any article that may be used as a weapon and/or compromise public safety.
- Professional recording equipment (audio and visual).
- Bags larger than A4 size.
Manchester City Football Club prides itself on having the best supporters in the country and we greatly appreciate your support in adhering to the code of conduct.
We expect all supporters to behave in a manner appropriate to their surroundings. This code must be adhered to.
Failure to comply could result in you being asked to leave the Etihad Stadium.
The Ticket Office and Supporter Services are open Monday - Saturday, 9am to 5:30pm (closed Sunday & Bank Holiday).
Both facilities will open on the day of all scheduled First Team home fixtures, and for this match will be open in line with our standard operating hours. Please call 0161 444 1894 (option 1, option 3).
All tickets and hospitality 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, 2013-14 Hospitality terms and conditions of sale and any applicable ground regulations.