Date: 12th April 2006 at 11:45am
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As fans look to continue to vote with their feet, it appears tickets for Sunday’s local derby match v Birmingham City are still on sale.

As with the Baggies game, tickets will not be put on general sale in an attempt to ensure the fans remain segregated. So tickets are only available to fans with a booking history at Villa.

Once again kiosks will not be open so fans turning up on the day will have to queue at the Villa Village Ticket Office.
Head of Consumer Sales Nicola Keye told ‘We don’t want fans to find themselves in long queues on Sunday, so we’d advise them to buy tickets in advance. It would be easy to put tickets on general sale now, but that wouldn’t be a sensible thing to do. We want as many fans here on Sunday, but we aim to make sure supporters are in the appropriate sections.’

In a bit of good news, following the sad sight of so many empty seats v WBA, the Holte End is now sold out. Tickets for the Upper Trinity, North Stand and Witton Lane Upper are available.

Consumer sales: 0121 327 5353


4 Replies to “Villa v Blues Tickets Available”

  • I would love to be there but Mrs. Skeggy has made it clear Easter Sunday is for families to get together not football.

  • Darn Mrs Skeggy, darn her I tells ya! I’m not sure I’ll love being there, but I do intend to use it as therapy and have a good old shout, got to get behind the players for this one!

  • I’ll take your word for that then Skeggy! Be interesting to see if we sell over the 40 000 mark for Sunday. We’ve only had one ONE game above 40k this season (against Liverpool). If Ellis/Board/DOL aren’t see the huge significance in that, then all rea

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