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FC United v Brodsworth Tickets

Brodsworth Ticket Details

FC United are pleased to announce that the FA Vase fixture against Brodsworth Miners Welfare will take place at their own ground and tickets will be priced 7 for adults, 5 OAPs and 2 for under-18s.

The capacity has been reduced to just 1,869 for this game and we have been given an allocation of 1,800 tickets, which has been divided into 1,400 adults, 325 under-18s and 75 OAPs.

These will be available on a first come first served basis from the Gigg Lane ticket office from 6pm until kick off prior to our match versus Abbey Hey on Wednesday night.

It is recognised that Wednesdays fixture may not prove to be the most accessible for all supporters, nonetheless to reward those that do attend, purchases will be restricted to 2 adult tickets per person. In recognition that some younger children may not be able to attend this night fixture, there will be no restriction on the amount of under-18`s tickets adults can purchase.

If any tickets remain they will be made available from 1pm on Saturday 16th September when we play Silsden.

At this stage no postal applications are being accepted. A further announcement will be made following Saturday if tickets remain.

KIDS GO FREE ON Saturday

Please note that the game on Saturday 16th v Silsden at Gigg Lane is free entry for Under 18's

Promotional posters can be found at http://www.fc-utd.co.uk/documents.php

Promotional leaflets will be available from Gigg lane reception at Wednesday`s game

Taken from the FCUnited newsletter, so spread the word.




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Date:Wednesday September 13 2006

Time: 11:30AM

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Allocation on OAPs! Is this allowed? "Sorry we have enough old people now"
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lol doupt it
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