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Saturday 27 September K.O. 12:45

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Sunderland Sold Out

Sunderland Sold Out

Everton's FA Cup quarter final clash with Sunderland has sold out.

Goodison Park will be packed to the rafters for the second successive cup tie after the final few tickets were sold on Tuesday morning.

General sale had only commenced on Monday but such is Evertonians' appetite for the Blues' cup run that they swiftly sold out.

Key to the popularity of this season's cup run has been the £5 kids offer which has seen 18,000 juniors attend the previous three FA Cup matches.

Fans unable to get a ticket can watch the action on 17 March live on ITV1 (12.45pm KO).

Tickets remain on sale for the upcoming home games against Spurs (10 March) and Arsenal (21 March). Visit the box office, call 0871 663 1878* or click here to buy.

 

matt swiftWow I was lucky to get a seat! Bring it on, won't be an easy game lets no kid ourselves but we all feel this could be our year.

Wednesday 7th March 16:51 Report Comment

james pirieGlad to hear it!

Tuesday 6th March 18:30 Report Comment

patrick liddaneThis is our year, Come on Evertonians make Goodison a fortress again. Come on Everton

Tuesday 6th March 17:10 Report Comment

kevin bramhilllast time we won the fa cup we only conceded one goal,to a london team playing in white from the penalty spot, deja vu?

Tuesday 6th March 15:20 Report Comment
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