Ticket details confirmed for Norwich City U18s’ FA Youth Cup clash with Manchester City

Todd Cantwell of Norwich City U18s is mobbed by his team-mates after he scores the winning goal to p

Todd Cantwell of Norwich City U18s is mobbed by his team-mates after he scores the winning goal to put Norwich 5-4 up in extra-time against Middlesbrough in the fifth round of the FA Youth Cup. Picture: JASON DAWSON/JASONPIX - Credit: JASON DAWSON/JASONPIX

Ticket details for Norwich City Under-18s' FA Youth Cup tie at Manchester City have been confirmed.

The sixth round clash will be played at the 7,000-seater Academy Stadium in Manchester, which sits alongside the 60,000-capacity Etihad Stadium, on Monday, February 29 (7pm).

The Canaries have so far knocked out the U18 teams of Hull City, Sunderland and Middlesbrough – in a 5-4 thriller in the fifth round at Carrow Road earlier this month – to progress to the last eight of the competition.

Admission is free to Norwich season ticket holders, who will need to show their season ticket at the turnstile. For fans without a season ticket, tickets are £3 for adults and £1 for concessions, and will be available on the turnstiles on the day.

Norwich City will also have a coach running to the fixture from Carrow Road, departing from outside the Jarrold Stand at 12pm.


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Places on the coach can be reserved at a subsidised rate of £24 by calling the ticket office on 0844 826 1902 or visiting one of the club's shops.

The winner of the match will face Arsenal or Liverpool in the semi-final, with home advantage in the second leg.

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Graeme Murty's team are trying to become the third Canaries team to lift the trophy, following in the footsteps of the squads of 1983 and 2013.

For full ticket details, go to canaries.co.uk.

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