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OFFICIAL club website of stoke city

Liverpool Ticket Update

STOKE CITY have sold more than 2,500 tickets for their Barclays Premier League opener against Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday 17th August.

It means the Club now only has a supply of restricted and severely-restricted view tickets available for general sale, which gets underway tomorrow (Tuesday).

Free coach travel for the trip to Merseyside is still available, as it will be for all away league games this season as part of a ground-breaking initiative announced last month by the Potters.

Supporters are, however, reminded that only one ticket can be purchased per person during the general sale period, either on-line at or in-person at the Britannia Stadium Ticket Office.

This will allow supporters to build-up their individual purchase histories for ticketing priorities in the 2014-15 campaign.

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