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Ticket information ahead of City’s FA Cup third round clash at home to Port Vale on Saturday 4 January, 2020, kick-off 5.31pm.
FA Cup Round 3

Manchester City v Port Vale

Saturday 4th January 2020

General Sale:

Family Stand Level 1 – Adult £15, Over 65, 18-21 & Disabled £10, Under 18 £1

South Stand Level 1 & 3 - Adult £15, Over 65, 18-21 & Disabled £10, Under 18 £5

Family & South Stand Level 2 - Adult £15, Over 65, 18-21 & Disabled £10, Under 18 £5

East & Colin Bell Stand Level 1 & Level 3 - Adult £20, Over 65, 18-21 & Disabled £10, Under 18 £5

East & Colin Bell Stand Level 2 - Adult £25, Over 65, 18-21 & Disabled £15, Under 18 £10
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The empty shed is never full. It will be good to see the crowd boasted by a team with a strong away following.
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Pointless post all the areas stated bar the Colin Bell tier 3 already sold out no £1 tickets left at all.....All the Man City fans keen to see a proper football team
Port Vale massive have sold 8,000 tickets and probably another 1/2k in the home ends

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Edited by: "chridt" 1st Jan
chridt01/01/2020 18:07

Pointless post all the areas stated bar the Colin Bell tier 3 already sold …Pointless post all the areas stated bar the Colin Bell tier 3 already sold out no £1 tickets left at all.....All the Man City fans keen to see a proper football team Port Vale massive have sold 8,000 tickets and probably another 1/2k in the home ends[Image]


Every club sells out their cup away days. Usually a great piss up, particularly when a lower division club plays a top team.
Start time of 5:31, very specific.
So you can still get a pound ticket for the Bell end.
chridt01/01/2020 18:07

Pointless post all the areas stated bar the Colin Bell tier 3 already sold …Pointless post all the areas stated bar the Colin Bell tier 3 already sold out no £1 tickets left at all.....All the Man City fans keen to see a proper football team Port Vale massive have sold 8,000 tickets and probably another 1/2k in the home ends[Image]


Look forward to you eating humble pie. Never heard of David and Goliath? Thought not.
Magister01/01/2020 18:51

Look forward to you eating humble pie. Never heard of David and Goliath? …Look forward to you eating humble pie. Never heard of David and Goliath? Thought not.


What are you even on about.....
suejb201/01/2020 18:15

Start time of 5:31, very specific.


All FA cup matches are starting 1 minute later than normal due to a minute for MIND and mental health.
chridt01/01/2020 18:07

Pointless post all the areas stated bar the Colin Bell tier 3 already sold …Pointless post all the areas stated bar the Colin Bell tier 3 already sold out no £1 tickets left at all.....All the Man City fans keen to see a proper football team Port Vale massive have sold 8,000 tickets and probably another 1/2k in the home ends[Image]


Hope vale can do it. Not a vale fan but live 5mins walk from the ground and hubby and daughter going as part of the 'massive'.
The empty shed is never full. It will be good to see the crowd boasted by a team with a strong away following.
Jane_Cart01/01/2020 19:01

Hope vale can do it. Not a vale fan but live 5mins walk from the ground …Hope vale can do it. Not a vale fan but live 5mins walk from the ground and hubby and daughter going as part of the 'massive'.


7 of us in the man c
kipster01/01/2020 19:09

The empty shed is never full. It will be good to see the crowd boasted by …The empty shed is never full. It will be good to see the crowd boasted by a team with a strong away following.


You obviously know nothing about football if you dont think city a strong away following. Home following is good too. Maybe check some attendance stats; and go back 20 years.
chridt01/01/2020 18:07

Pointless post all the areas stated bar the Colin Bell tier 3 already sold …Pointless post all the areas stated bar the Colin Bell tier 3 already sold out no £1 tickets left at all.....All the Man City fans keen to see a proper football team Port Vale massive have sold 8,000 tickets and probably another 1/2k in the home ends[Image]


Sold 8000 tickets and 1000 or 2000 in the city end but recent attendances have been 5000 at Vale......
andy1234uk01/01/2020 20:15

Sold 8000 tickets and 1000 or 2000 in the city end but recent attendances …Sold 8000 tickets and 1000 or 2000 in the city end but recent attendances have been 5000 at Vale......


Very true,Always get the football tourists out when these fixtures come along.......But personally I’ve been a season ticket holder for the last 15 years
chridt01/01/2020 20:49

Very true,Always get the football tourists out when these fixtures come …Very true,Always get the football tourists out when these fixtures come along.......But personally I’ve been a season ticket holder for the last 15 years


A good friend of mine is a Vale fan, I know alot from him about how close you lot were to oblivion! Must be good for you lot seeing Stoke suffer!
chridt01/01/2020 20:49

Very true,Always get the football tourists out when these fixtures come …Very true,Always get the football tourists out when these fixtures come along.......But personally I’ve been a season ticket holder for the last 15 years


Football tourists from Abu Dhabi who buy a ticket every week but who never make it to the Emptyhad.
get down to anfield if you want to see some real football tourists,they were crying in the streets of surrey when thomas cook went bust!
I've lived in Manchester most of my life now, but still support Stoke, for my sins...

Actually think I'd like to see Port Vale win this one - what's wrong with me? O_o
andy1234uk01/01/2020 20:51

A good friend of mine is a Vale fan, I know alot from him about how close …A good friend of mine is a Vale fan, I know alot from him about how close you lot were to oblivion! Must be good for you lot seeing Stoke suffer!


Absolutely!!!
The perfect storm is brewing....Fans turning on the owners,The owners want rid of the club,The owners have £180M+ owed to them in directors loans and losing tens of thousands every week,attendances down around 8k for every home game now the premier league glory hunters have crawled back under their rocks 12pt deduction iff they can’t offload most of their high earners this transfer window due to FFP
The place is heading for oblivion and I can’t wait,Be in administration this time next year another Sunderland/Bolton/Wigan I can only hope they do get relegated to add to the misery heading their way
Edited by: "chridt" 2nd Jan
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