Tickets for Watford's FA Cup fourth round trip to Manchester City to go on sale today

This Is Local London: Hormets fans at the Etihad Stadium last season. Picture: Action Images Hormets fans at the Etihad Stadium last season. Picture: Action Images

Tickets for Watford’s FA Cup fourth round trip to Manchester City on Saturday, January 25 will go on sale from 1pm today.

Following the Hornets’ third round replay victory over Bristol City on Tuesday night, Beppe Sannino’s men will return to the Etihad Stadium for the second time in as many seasons in the cup after City thumped Blackburn Rovers 5-0 in their replay last night.

As with last season’s 3-0 third round defeat at City, Watford have been given an allocation of 6,000 tickets – 2,000 in the South Stand Upper Tier and the remainder in the Lower Tier.

Tickets cost £15 for adults and £10 concessions for both levels of the ground, with Under-16 admission priced at £5 for the Upper Tier and just £1 in the Lower Tier. They will be sold on a one per eligible Fan ID basis at all times.

From 1pm today until 8.30am on Monday, tickets will be on sale to current season-ticket holders and fans who bought tickets for the Bristol City tie, either home or away.

Season-ticket holders and Bristol City match ticket purchasers can still buy in the second sales window – from 9am on Monday to 8.30am on Tuesday – together with match ticket buyers from any game this season.

Any remaining tickets will then go on general sale from 9am on Tuesday.

The club expects its ticket hotline – 01923 223023 – to be busy so fans are encouraged to book online at watfordfctickets.co.uk where ever possible. Tickets can also be bought in person from The Hornets Shop.

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11:08am Thu 16 Jan 14

hogweed says...

Count me out. Its gonna be a cricket score and do I not want to watch that

Hog out
Count me out. Its gonna be a cricket score and do I not want to watch that Hog out hogweed
  • Score: -22

11:31am Thu 16 Jan 14

andyandyandy says...

hogweed wrote:
Count me out. Its gonna be a cricket score and do I not want to watch that Hog out
Knob
[quote][p][bold]hogweed[/bold] wrote: Count me out. Its gonna be a cricket score and do I not want to watch that Hog out[/p][/quote]Knob andyandyandy
  • Score: 23

11:47am Thu 16 Jan 14

Hornet1970 says...

Nobody gives us a chance ...all the real fans will go including me
a draw would be remarkable
Nobody gives us a chance ...all the real fans will go including me a draw would be remarkable Hornet1970
  • Score: 11

12:01pm Thu 16 Jan 14

tiger bay says...

hogweed wrote:
Count me out. Its gonna be a cricket score and do I not want to watch that

Hog out
Count you out?? Id love to... I I suspect a half hearted left jab would easily do the job. ..
[quote][p][bold]hogweed[/bold] wrote: Count me out. Its gonna be a cricket score and do I not want to watch that Hog out[/p][/quote]Count you out?? Id love to... I I suspect a half hearted left jab would easily do the job. .. tiger bay
  • Score: 15

12:37pm Thu 16 Jan 14

hornetwise says...

Hornet1970 wrote:
Nobody gives us a chance ...all the real fans will go including me
a draw would be remarkable
All loyal supporters will go but the cost for the average fan who would love to go is too much. Ticket prices are fine but travelling is way too expensive....in reality watching Blackburn being turned over makes you think thats whats going to happen to us but its the cup and who knows you have to be in it to win it!!!
[quote][p][bold]Hornet1970[/bold] wrote: Nobody gives us a chance ...all the real fans will go including me a draw would be remarkable[/p][/quote]All loyal supporters will go but the cost for the average fan who would love to go is too much. Ticket prices are fine but travelling is way too expensive....in reality watching Blackburn being turned over makes you think thats whats going to happen to us but its the cup and who knows you have to be in it to win it!!! hornetwise
  • Score: 1

12:38pm Thu 16 Jan 14

MainStandShambles says...

hogweed wrote:
Count me out. Its gonna be a cricket score and do I not want to watch that

Hog out
Oh ye of little faith hogweed.

I always find myself quoting the old adage 'runs are made to be broken' and the longer they go on the more likely they are to be broken.

This fantastic run of home victories that Man City are on WILL end at some stage this season and who's to say it won't happen on the most unlikely of occasions such as our visit to the Etihead. It only needs them to underestimate The Golden Boys and us to click as a team for once and it really could happen.

Our lads will certainly be 'up for it' so let's just hope that none of them freeze on the day.

My guess is a draw up there before they have their backsides kicked by the manager for taking us too lightly and win the replay (although i obviously hope not !!).
[quote][p][bold]hogweed[/bold] wrote: Count me out. Its gonna be a cricket score and do I not want to watch that Hog out[/p][/quote]Oh ye of little faith hogweed. I always find myself quoting the old adage 'runs are made to be broken' and the longer they go on the more likely they are to be broken. This fantastic run of home victories that Man City are on WILL end at some stage this season and who's to say it won't happen on the most unlikely of occasions such as our visit to the Etihead. It only needs them to underestimate The Golden Boys and us to click as a team for once and it really could happen. Our lads will certainly be 'up for it' so let's just hope that none of them freeze on the day. My guess is a draw up there before they have their backsides kicked by the manager for taking us too lightly and win the replay (although i obviously hope not !!). MainStandShambles
  • Score: 5

2:34pm Thu 16 Jan 14

demerit says...

hogweed wrote:
Count me out. Its gonna be a cricket score and do I not want to watch that

Hog out
Clearly not a real supporter then. I can't see us winning but if we can keep it at a 4 goal deficit it will still be a good day out and the experience of going to the Etihad as I didn't go last year. Different styles can cause upsets sometimes...
[quote][p][bold]hogweed[/bold] wrote: Count me out. Its gonna be a cricket score and do I not want to watch that Hog out[/p][/quote]Clearly not a real supporter then. I can't see us winning but if we can keep it at a 4 goal deficit it will still be a good day out and the experience of going to the Etihad as I didn't go last year. Different styles can cause upsets sometimes... demerit
  • Score: 2

2:37pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Kismet110 says...

Great pricing, hats off to City for that (Watford take note).

Yes, probably will lose by goalS to nil but who doesn't at the Emirates these days?

Shots on target would be great. A goal would be amazing. A narrow loss would be incredible. A draw would be seismic.

There is no descriptor for a win of course.

Work may prevent me from returning to the Etihad (last time around the match was prefaced with lovely chips drowned in proper curry sauce then suffixed with a great meal in the nearby 'curry sector') but for those going get behind your team, show a little belief and who knows? Enjoy it!
Great pricing, hats off to City for that (Watford take note). Yes, probably will lose by goalS to nil but who doesn't at the Emirates these days? Shots on target would be great. A goal would be amazing. A narrow loss would be incredible. A draw would be seismic. There is no descriptor for a win of course. Work may prevent me from returning to the Etihad (last time around the match was prefaced with lovely chips drowned in proper curry sauce then suffixed with a great meal in the nearby 'curry sector') but for those going get behind your team, show a little belief and who knows? Enjoy it! Kismet110
  • Score: 7

2:38pm Thu 16 Jan 14

demerit says...

hornetwise wrote:
Hornet1970 wrote:
Nobody gives us a chance ...all the real fans will go including me
a draw would be remarkable
All loyal supporters will go but the cost for the average fan who would love to go is too much. Ticket prices are fine but travelling is way too expensive....in reality watching Blackburn being turned over makes you think thats whats going to happen to us but its the cup and who knows you have to be in it to win it!!!
Drive to Birmingham International. South of Birmingham, easy to get to as it's on the motorway and loads of parking. The return ticket to Manchester Piccadilly is £30 and it's 25 mins walk to the stadium. £15 entrance. Not cheap but not mind blowingly expensive either.
[quote][p][bold]hornetwise[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet1970[/bold] wrote: Nobody gives us a chance ...all the real fans will go including me a draw would be remarkable[/p][/quote]All loyal supporters will go but the cost for the average fan who would love to go is too much. Ticket prices are fine but travelling is way too expensive....in reality watching Blackburn being turned over makes you think thats whats going to happen to us but its the cup and who knows you have to be in it to win it!!![/p][/quote]Drive to Birmingham International. South of Birmingham, easy to get to as it's on the motorway and loads of parking. The return ticket to Manchester Piccadilly is £30 and it's 25 mins walk to the stadium. £15 entrance. Not cheap but not mind blowingly expensive either. demerit
  • Score: 2

3:41pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Stumbles says...

Can we not have any embarrassing day trippers singing Man Utd songs this time round please?
Can we not have any embarrassing day trippers singing Man Utd songs this time round please? Stumbles
  • Score: 12

3:44pm Thu 16 Jan 14

SimmyB says...

Come on people bit of optimism. Its an opportunity and lets face it we all know what the FA Cup can be like. I'm looking forward to it. Yes we are likely to lose and possibly heavily but hey ho. I've never been to the Etihad :) I actually think its pretty cheap too.
Come on people bit of optimism. Its an opportunity and lets face it we all know what the FA Cup can be like. I'm looking forward to it. Yes we are likely to lose and possibly heavily but hey ho. I've never been to the Etihad :) I actually think its pretty cheap too. SimmyB
  • Score: 5

4:22pm Thu 16 Jan 14

stewbyhorn says...

As long as who goes gets behind the team it's all good. Some people don't want to go so I respect that but I'll be there with my kids and friends,
COYH
As long as who goes gets behind the team it's all good. Some people don't want to go so I respect that but I'll be there with my kids and friends, COYH stewbyhorn
  • Score: 5

4:27pm Thu 16 Jan 14

goldanboy says...

My kids can watch their favourite football team, see one of the most talented sides in the world, in a modern premiership stadium for the price of a pot noodle...got to be the deal of the century.
My kids can watch their favourite football team, see one of the most talented sides in the world, in a modern premiership stadium for the price of a pot noodle...got to be the deal of the century. goldanboy
  • Score: 7

5:27pm Thu 16 Jan 14

hornet88 says...

goldanboy wrote:
My kids can watch their favourite football team, see one of the most talented sides in the world, in a modern premiership stadium for the price of a pot noodle...got to be the deal of the century.
And they'll get to see man city play ;-)
[quote][p][bold]goldanboy[/bold] wrote: My kids can watch their favourite football team, see one of the most talented sides in the world, in a modern premiership stadium for the price of a pot noodle...got to be the deal of the century.[/p][/quote]And they'll get to see man city play ;-) hornet88
  • Score: 6

5:42pm Thu 16 Jan 14

GoldenManc says...

demerit wrote:
hornetwise wrote:
Hornet1970 wrote:
Nobody gives us a chance ...all the real fans will go including me
a draw would be remarkable
All loyal supporters will go but the cost for the average fan who would love to go is too much. Ticket prices are fine but travelling is way too expensive....in reality watching Blackburn being turned over makes you think thats whats going to happen to us but its the cup and who knows you have to be in it to win it!!!
Drive to Birmingham International. South of Birmingham, easy to get to as it's on the motorway and loads of parking. The return ticket to Manchester Piccadilly is £30 and it's 25 mins walk to the stadium. £15 entrance. Not cheap but not mind blowingly expensive either.
The tram's now complete only a few stops on the tram from Piccadilly no long walk up the hill - COYH
[quote][p][bold]demerit[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hornetwise[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hornet1970[/bold] wrote: Nobody gives us a chance ...all the real fans will go including me a draw would be remarkable[/p][/quote]All loyal supporters will go but the cost for the average fan who would love to go is too much. Ticket prices are fine but travelling is way too expensive....in reality watching Blackburn being turned over makes you think thats whats going to happen to us but its the cup and who knows you have to be in it to win it!!![/p][/quote]Drive to Birmingham International. South of Birmingham, easy to get to as it's on the motorway and loads of parking. The return ticket to Manchester Piccadilly is £30 and it's 25 mins walk to the stadium. £15 entrance. Not cheap but not mind blowingly expensive either.[/p][/quote]The tram's now complete only a few stops on the tram from Piccadilly no long walk up the hill - COYH GoldenManc
  • Score: 2

6:39pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Hornet sting says...

We dont expect to win ,Man City dont expect us to win the entire world media if interested doesn't expect us to win sounds like a likely cup upset to me.
They showed us respect last time we were top of the league this time we might just supprise them.Only problem is Pellegrini wants to win all 4 trophies so will prob play a team like last night ...so despite everything ive just said ....God Help Us
Not the same enthusiasm as last time we may struggle to shift 6,000 tickets
We dont expect to win ,Man City dont expect us to win the entire world media if interested doesn't expect us to win sounds like a likely cup upset to me. They showed us respect last time we were top of the league this time we might just supprise them.Only problem is Pellegrini wants to win all 4 trophies so will prob play a team like last night ...so despite everything ive just said ....God Help Us Not the same enthusiasm as last time we may struggle to shift 6,000 tickets Hornet sting
  • Score: 3

8:42pm Thu 16 Jan 14

WFC FANMAN says...

Pellegrini know Sannino.?
Pellegrini know Sannino.? WFC FANMAN
  • Score: 0

5:48pm Mon 20 Jan 14

chadderton orn says...

£3.70 Oldham to manchester cheapest away trip this season. Who cares if we loose by a cricket score just enjoy the day. We mite even score and not many teams have done that at city this season. After watching the game last night i think we should play 6-2-2 and put the team coach on the goal line. City fans are so smug up here they think the cup is there's. Like i tell them remember wigan City play spurs on the wednesday after what's more important . coyh.
£3.70 Oldham to manchester cheapest away trip this season. Who cares if we loose by a cricket score just enjoy the day. We mite even score and not many teams have done that at city this season. After watching the game last night i think we should play 6-2-2 and put the team coach on the goal line. City fans are so smug up here they think the cup is there's. Like i tell them remember wigan City play spurs on the wednesday after what's more important . coyh. chadderton orn
  • Score: 0

6:17pm Mon 20 Jan 14

chadderton orn says...

Looking forward to the weekend Oldham to Manchester £3.70 return by tram. We may loose by a cricket score who cares I'm going to be loud and proud, Don't get many away trips where i don't need the car My only problem is why is it city are letting kids in for £1 and watford kids have to pay £5. I think its wrong it should be the same across the board shame on city for this. Don't think we will sell all our tickets but if the kids price was reduced it may encourage some fans of taking up the cheap offer. VERY ANGRY ! Still look forward to see manchester full of yellow & red COYH.
Looking forward to the weekend Oldham to Manchester £3.70 return by tram. We may loose by a cricket score who cares I'm going to be loud and proud, Don't get many away trips where i don't need the car My only problem is why is it city are letting kids in for £1 and watford kids have to pay £5. I think its wrong it should be the same across the board shame on city for this. Don't think we will sell all our tickets but if the kids price was reduced it may encourage some fans of taking up the cheap offer. VERY ANGRY ! Still look forward to see manchester full of yellow & red COYH. chadderton orn
  • Score: 0

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