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League Cup Ticket Details Announced

League Cup Ticket Details Announced

The news has finally been released, here are the details for our trip to Bradford before we host them in the second leg.

The first leg takes place on January 8, with the second following on January 22.

Both games kick off at 7.45pm and will be shown on Sky Sports.

For the first leg, Villa have been given an allocation of 4350 and they are priced at £25 adults, £20 OAP's & students and £15 U16's.

Ticket criteria is best explained by Clicking Here.

Season card holders can also purchase tickets for second leg as they meet the criteria.

Tickets are one per client reference.

Prices for the return leg are £39 [adults], £20 [juniors] and £30 [concessions] in the Trinity Road and Doug Ellis Central, £29 [adults], £15 [juniors] and £25 [concessions] in the Holte End, £29 [adults], £15 [juniors] and £25 [concessions] in Family Stand Upper, Family Stand and Doug Ellis Wings and £20[adults], £10 [juniors] and £15 [concessions] in North Stand Lower.

Yes, it was easier copy and pasting that!

For the criteria on the home leg please Click Here.

All other details for the game are available on the links.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Thursday December 20 2012
Time: 7:13PM

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Can't wait. I remember every previous semi final in my lifetime like it was yesterday. Tranmere was my favourite, infact it is one of my favourite Villa games ever!!! Enjoyed Blacburn a few years ago. Never liked the semi's at Wembley against Bolton and Chelsea. So fellow Villans, these are well priced, at home in a game that 9 times out of 10 would see us book a Wembley trip. It will not be easy and our vocal chords will be up against nearly 7000 Yorkshiremen (Bradford have requested their full allocation). Our young team could easily come unstuck if they walk on to Villa Park and find that it is like playing in an away game. So lets not have any excuses eh?? Lets have one of our famous rocking Villa Park nights. Bring the missus. Bring the kids and bring your kids friends. It is these nights on which a new generation of supporters are born. Do your bit as true Villans. UTV. The 19th minute.
voiceoftheholte
21/12/2012 10:47:00
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Well said VOTH
notthedougellisstand
21/12/2012 11:01:00
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Don't want to be presumptious or to get ahead of ourselves, but IF we do overcome Bradford then I think some thought should be given to making the final on February 24th 'Petrov Day'. I am sure that as fans something could be done over and above the regular 19th minute applause. Maybe a club provided huge flag similar in size to the one used in the Lower Holte? Maybe claret and blue coloured cards held up showing his name and number as the teams come out. Petrov freely admits his is overwhelmed by the support and the 19th minute applause. If we beat Bradford, then 24th February 2013 is going to provide us with a wonderful opportunity to really show him and the watching football world just how much our captain is in out hearts.
voiceoftheholte
21/12/2012 11:02:00
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Yet again VOTH another great idea. I'm sure Fear could use his considerable weight within the club to get them on board with this.
notthedougellisstand
21/12/2012 12:15:00
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what does everyone think about the tickets for bradford away? reckon they'll sell out straight away? would love to get 2!
Tr1dent
21/12/2012 23:03:00
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Yup, won't get to the point of general sale I don't think trident. Home leg, trinity where I sit, that is very expensive.
The Fear
23/12/2012 11:38:00
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