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Cup tickets.

The round of 16 FA Cup tie between Bristol Rovers and Southampton is scheduled for February 16th 3pm Kick off, but could be changed if the game is shown on TV.

With saints huge away support, Southampton have ensured that the most regular away supporters get priority on tickets, as this game is expected to be of great demand.

The same Scheme in place for the away match at Colchester is in place for this tie:

Supporters must apply to the Southampton ticket office, by either fax: 0870 220 0179. or a Writen application.
Ticket Office
FA Cup tickets
Southampton Football Club
FREEPOST
Britannia Road
Southampton
SO14 5FP.

You must state your requirements as well as Season Ticket Holder number or Memebership number.

NOTE: Payment must be included or it will invalidate your application. Please leave your contact details. The deadline for applications is 5pm 6th Feb.

PRIORITY
1. Season ticket holders who have attended 4 (or more) away games.
2. Members who have attended 4 (or more) away games
3. Season ticket holders who have attended 3 away games.
4. Members who have attended 3 away games.
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NOTE: The away games must be recorded with your season ticket for it to count.

On the 11th of February tickets go to Season Ticket holders who didn't apply, 12th of February to Members who didn't apply and on the 13th of February they go on General Sale. (Subject to availability)

800 of the tickets are Terrace tickets £17 for Adults and £10 for concessions.

1200 of the tickets are seating tickets and are prices Adults £19.50 and Concessions £11.50.

Saints are also running travel, costing just £12. Pick-up is at 10.30 from St.Mary's Stadium, Eastleigh, Winchester or Cheiveley services. Please book from the ticket office.

Don't delay, get your tickets today.

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Writer:Saint Aaron
Date:Monday January 28 2008
Time: 5:47PM

Comments

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I'm so looking forward to this, even if you beat us, you are a big enough club that it wouldn't be embarrasing, Yet if we win, it would be amazing. Do you have any fans on here that i can banter with
pandapops
05/02/2008 11:02:00
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how many tickets have you sold, i should imagine you will sell out pretty quick.
blackpoolgas
05/02/2008 22:44:00
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