Date: 14th November 2008 at 12:59pm
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Cardiff City FC have worked closely with SW Police and devised their rules for allocation of away tickets for this month’s eagerly anticipated clash against local rivals Swansea City.


The two clubs have already met at the Liberty Stadium, a 1-0 defeat for Cardiff City in the league cup. There was some reported trouble following the match and the league fixture is bound to evoke even stronger reactions amongst fans.


Only ambassadors who have attended 3 AWAY FIXTURES already this season will be able to purchase a ticket for the Swans game in the initial sale period. After that, priority passes to those who attended 2 away fixtures before being made available to ambassadors and regular travel club members.


There is sure to be a huge demand for these tickets, and the club has worked hard to ensure tickets are available to regular travellers first and not those looking for trouble or armchair fans out for the big occasion. Whilst it is never possible to please everyone, the club has acted fast and fairly. For those fans who miss out, the game will also be shown live on Sky TV.



The trip will be a so-called ‘bubble-trip’ and all supporters must travel on coaches arranged through the supporters club.



For full ticketing details, see here.