Date: 1st February 2010 at 12:36pm
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The Pompey Site has announced that tickets for the FA cup game with Scum the weekend after next have sold out.

So, unless you have your Coventry ticket stub this is not a game you will get to now, as per the details below…

PLAY UP POMPEY!

Southampton Tickets Sold Out

Tickets for Pompey’s FA Cup fifth round clash with Southampton at St Mary’s have sold out.

Seats went on sale to season ticket holders this morning and were snapped up within a few hours of the ticket office opening.

Some supporters were so desperate for a ticket that they camped out overnight in Anson Road.

Pompey will be backed by 4,000 fans for the match which kicks-off at 12.30pm on Saturday, February 13.

Those supporters who attended the third round replay at Coventry still have until 12 noon on Friday to send in their postal applications.

They need to include their ticket stubs, the name and address of the person who used the ticket and full payment (cheque made payable to ‘Portsmouth Football Club’ or credit/debit card details).

A separate name and address is required for each ticket stub. Please do not send multiple stubs under one name.

Seats cost £28 for adults, £23 for seniors (60+)/young people (17-21), £15 for juniors aged 12-16 and £10 for juniors under 12.

Applications should be sent to:

SFC Ticket Applications,
Portsmouth FC Ticket Office,
Rodney Road,
Portsmouth,
Hampshire,
PO4 8SX

Official travel – which will drop supporters off directly at St Mary’s – is being run by Lucketts Travel and costs £8.50 per person.

Coaches will depart from Fratton Park only. Passengers will be required to board coaches at 10.30am for a prompt 11am departure.

Subject to availability, free car parking will be offered at the main car park at Fratton Park.

Please note that Lucketts is the only coach travel officially endorsed by Portsmouth Football Club for this match.

Bookings can be made in person at the Lucketts office, online here or by calling 0845 389 0644.


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