Norwich City v Southampton ticket details released

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Norwich City's FA Cup third round tie at home to Southampton will take place on Saturday, January 7 at Carrow Road (kick-off 3pm).

Pricing details have been released with tickets already on sale to season ticket holders, priced as follows:

Adult: £25

65+: £10


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Under-18s: £10

Under-12s:£5

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Season ticket holders will be able to purchase their own seat up until 5pm on Wednesday, December 14, after which they will be released for general sale.

Supporters who signed up to the cup scheme will have their seat uploaded to their season-ticket card.

The tie could represent a reunion with former Norwich City winger Nathan Redmond, who joined the Saints in the summer for around £10m.

However, Southampton could opt to name a shadow side with a League Cup semi-final against Liverpool just four days later.

The last time Norwich met Southampton in the cup was in 2003 in the fifth round at St Mary's when the home side ran out 2-0 winners.

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