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Shrewsbury Ticket Details

Tickets for the Carling Cup first round tie against Shrewsbury go on sale from Monday.

Prices are £8 adult, and £3 concessions for season ticket holders. Non season ticket holder prices are £10 adult, and £5 concessions.

The date of the game is confirmed as Tuesday August 22 and kick off will be St Andrews time, 7.45pm.

It is expected that Shrewsbury will bring a decent size crowd with them and boss Gary Peters said:

'To get a tie like that in the first round is great for us and with it being at a club the size of Birmingham is good for the fans.'

Tickets are on sale from Monday and can be brought either at the Kop ticket office, by calling 0871 226 1875 or by visiting the official site or by following this link.




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Date:Thursday June 22 2006

Time: 5:12PM

 

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