Norwich City’s FA Cup clash will not be televised

Robert Snodgrass seals Norwich City's passage into the fourth round of the FA Cup. Picture: Paul Che

Robert Snodgrass seals Norwich City's passage into the fourth round of the FA Cup. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City's FA Cup fourth round match against Luton Town will not be televised.

The game against the Hatters will be played at Carrow Road on Saturday, January 26 (3pm). Seats for adults and over-65s are £10 with under-16 tickets £1.

Tickets are on sale until 3pm on Saturday, January 12, to season ticket-holders – their seats will be reserved for this period. Because of an increase in away allocation under FA Cup rules, season ticket-holders in Blocks J and K of the Jarrold Stand will not be able to reserve their seats for this game.

They can instead buy any available seat in the stadium until Saturday, January 12, or alternatively on Monday, January 14, they can buy one of the unclaimed season ticket seats released. On Tuesday, January 15, tickets can be bought by season ticket-holders or members, before any available seats go on general sale from 9am on Thursday, January 17.

Supporters who have registered for the Cup Scheme (excluding Jarrold Stand block J and K season ticket holders) will receive their tickets automatically.


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