Norwich City v Aston Villa ticket details confirmed

Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert and Norwich City boss Chris Hughton will meet again at Carrow Road on Tuesday, 11 December in the quarter final of the Capital One Cup. Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert and Norwich City boss Chris Hughton will meet again at Carrow Road on Tuesday, 11 December in the quarter final of the Capital One Cup.

Friday, November 2, 2012
6:18 PM

Norwich City’s Capital One Cup quarter-final against Aston Villa will take place on Tuesday, December 11 at Carrow Road (kick-off 7.45pm).

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Tickets will cost £25 for adults, £15 for over-65s and £5 for under-16s.

Seats will be available for sale to season ticket holders from 9am on Monday, November 5, with their seats reserved until 6pm on Friday, November 9.

However, due to an increase in away allocation under League Cup rules those season ticket holders in Blocks J and K of the Jarrold Stand will not be able to reserve their seat for this game - all those fans affected will be written to directly to explain their options.

Season ticket holders in areas J and K can purchase any available ticket in the stadium between November 5 and 9. Alternatively from 9am Saturday, November 10 until 6pm on Tuesday, November 13 they can purchase any season ticket seat not reserved.

From 9am on Wednesday, November 14 tickets will go on general sale.

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9 comments

  • Season ticket holders should have free tickets like they used to years ago, ..untill ripping of fans was brought in

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    billythebookie

    Friday, November 2, 2012

  • btw - agree 100% with waclor.

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    The Crab

    Saturday, November 3, 2012

  • b-the-b..... the man's an enigma! First he's saying that City will go nowhere until they have a ground big enough to support Premier League crowds (!). Then he wants City to give away well over 20,000 of them free of charge! The man's a blinkered winker!

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    The Crab

    Saturday, November 3, 2012

  • The main point, which you are missing be the by, is that McNally has consulted and listened to supporters and dropped the ticket prices - presumably having learned he won't fill the ground otherwise. Nevertheless his move is to be applauded!

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    Michael D

    Friday, November 2, 2012

  • Wouldn't of thought there would be many away fans comming over

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    billythebookie

    Friday, November 2, 2012

  • December 14th is a Friday not a Tuesday !!!

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    Anne Steward

    Friday, November 2, 2012

  • Some day BTB may come up with a sensible and well structured comment. I'm not going to hold my breath whilst I wait though that's for sure!

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    baguio

    Saturday, November 3, 2012

  • Well said Michael D. Billythebookie, the guys who rip off the fans are the players' agents. Those who try to keep football clubs solvent have their backs to the wall and must be forgiven if they appear to be fixated on making money as that is what the greedy agents have forced them into. Well done Mr McNally and let's hope for a full house.

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    waclor

    Saturday, November 3, 2012

  • The match is on Tue 11th Dec. A win will make a nice 54th birthday present for Chris Hughton

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    Graham Last

    Friday, November 2, 2012

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