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First Four Home Games - Ticket Update


TICKETS FOR Stoke City's first four home games of the 2014/15 Premier League season will go on sale from next Wednesday onwards.

Tickets for the visits of Aston Villa to the Britannia Stadium on August 16, Leicester on September 13, Newcastle on September 29 and Swansea on October 19 will go on sale to Potters Forever and Potters Foundation non-season cards holders from July 23 as anticipation ahead of the new campaign mounts.

Tickets will go on general sale from the following Wednesday (July 30).

Supporters are asked to note that the fixtures with Villa, Leicester and Newcastle are category A games, while the visit of Swansea is a category B match.

The launch of the 2014/15 Barclays Premier League season is drawing ever closer and Mark Hughes' men will step up their preparations for the new campaign later this week when they fly to Germany for a 12-day training that will see them play three games against local opposition.

The build-up is geared towards the Club's seventh successive season of top-flight football, which gets underway with the visit of Villa to Staffordshire.

Impressive season card sales suggest many games are likely to be sell-outs but Potters Forever members and Potters Foundation non-season card holders will always receive priority on home match tickets.

For more information on how to become a Potters Forever member click here or to become a Potters Foundation member call (01782) 592213.

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