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Fratton tickets - Reading and Cardiff

Tickets for our first games at Fratton, Reading and Cardiff, in the no power championship go on general sale this week.

Members are able to purchase now, although those left over - and there will 'probably' be quite a few - can be purchased from the ticket office, over the phone or online when they go on general sale from 10am on Wednesday.

Full details, as issued on The Pompey Site, can be found below...

PLAY UP POMPEY!

Reading & Cardiff Tickets Now On Sale

Tickets for Pompey's first two npower Championship home matches against Reading and Cardiff are now on sale to members and season ticket holders.

They can purchase one seat each before tickets go on general sale from 10am on Wednesday.

Pompey face Reading on Saturday, August 14 before hosting last season's losing play-off finalists Cardiff on Saturday, August 28. Both matches kick-off at 3pm.

Seats can be bought in person from the club's ticket office in Rodney Road, online here or by phoning 0844 847 1898 (option one).

Tickets in the Fratton end, north stand and south stand cost 23 for adults, 17 for seniors (60+) and young people (17-22) and 11 for juniors (under 17).

Seats in the family enclosure cost 18 for adults, 12 for seniors and young people and 8 for juniors.

Tickets in the Milton end cost 20 for adults, 15 for seniors and young people and 10 for juniors.

Click here for a list of ticket sale dates for Pompey's first 12 home league matches. Please note that all dates/times are subject to change.

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Writer: pompeyrug Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday July 26 2010

Time: 11:58AM

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Unless the CVA appeal is won and agreed i don't anticipate people having too much trouble getting into most games. LoL i'm not sure the recently employed communication skills of Steve crises Cotterille help much either.
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