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Sky Blues launch special ticket offer for children for Colchester clash

Coventry Editorial 2nd Mar, 2016 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

THE SKY Blues will be hoping to attract a bumper crowd for the home fixture against Colchester United on March 29 after introducing a special ticket offer for young fans.

For the first time ever, the club are offering under-12s tickets for FREE and 12-15 tickets at just £1 for the Tuesday night game when they are purchased with an adult or senior ticket.

A maximum of three junior tickets can be purchased per paying adult or senior and the offer is also available to adult and senior season ticket holders.

The offer will only be available in the advance sale period only and Sky Blues boss Tony Mowbray hopes it will bring a special atmosphere to the game, which his side will be looking to win in order to keep their promotion campaign on track.

He said: “To offer children’s tickets for free is a fantastic gesture by the club and hopefully our supporters will respond by backing the team at the Ricoh.

“We’ve received fantastic home and away support this campaign which has made a noticeable difference to the performances on the pitch.

“It has been a catalyst for the team to perform and every game from now until the end of the season will be crucial in our challenge to get promotion to the Championship.

“Also, this offer should make it more affordable for families to enjoy live and local football, and that is crucial in developing our next generation of supporters.”

Tickets for the match can be purchased online at www.ccfcshop.co.uk, in person at the Butts Park Arena, the CCFC shop at Arena Shopping Park of over the phone by calling 02476 99 1987.

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