Sunday, November 22

Tickets go on sale to Birmingham fans

Home-end tickets for United's January 9 trip to Birmingham will go on sale at 09:00 tomorrow.
Birmingham have classed it as a category B game.

Adult prices range from £23 in the Family Stand to £45 in the upmarket Club Class area.

United fans will share the Gill Merrick Stand with home fans.

In the lower tier of that stand, home end tickets will cost £33 for adults, £16.50 for over 65s, under 16s and students aged under 22 with an NUS card, and £9 for under 12s.

You can book online
here, but you have to register first. Or you can call 08 44 55 71 875 and choosing option 2.

Away-end tickets will go on sale to executive members and season ticket holders in mid-December.

It is unclear what price they will pay or what allocation they will get, but it looks like it will be about 3,000.

When Manchester City played there on November 1, it was also a category B game and their fans paid £32 for adults, £12 for over 65s, under 16s and students aged under 22 and £7 for under 12s. Details

But, although this match is in the same category, it would be hard to see Birmingham selling tickets to away fans for cheaper than home fans in the same stand.

When the new Birmingham owners took control of the club in October, they promised to address supporters' concerns that tickets were too expensive. Details here.

A full travel and pub guide will be published here in the next few weeks.

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