FA Cup derby is made all-ticket

The eagerly anticipated FA Cup derby clash between Wroxham and King's Lynn on Saturday week has been made all-ticket on police advice. A crowd limit of 1,100 has been set for the third qualifying round tie at Trafford Park, with all but 400 tickets being set aside for visiting supporters.

The eagerly anticipated FA Cup derby clash between Wroxham and King's Lynn on Saturday week has been made all-ticket on police advice. A crowd limit of 1,100 has been set for the third qualifying round tie at Trafford Park, with all but 400 tickets being set aside for visiting supporters.

King's Lynn are averaging crowds of over 1,000 this season while Wroxham's average gate is around 130 and club treasurer Kenny Cooke said: “We felt this was a fair way of doing it. The tickets are now on sale and all our regular supporters will be able to see the game, which is the main thing.”

Fans wanting tickets, priced £10 and £6 for concessions, can buy them on Saturday when Wroxham entertain Leiston in the FA Vase. They will also be on sale at other outlets in Wroxham and Norwich.

For more information contact Cooke on 01603 300400.


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Lynn's allocation - all standing - will go on sale from 9.30am today, with tickets initially available from the club's commercial office at The Walks only to season-ticket holders and vice-presidents today and tomorrow.

They will go on general sale from 9.30am on Monday until 5pm on Wednesday.

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