An additional 3,600 tickets have been provided to Norwich City fans for the fourth round League Cup clash against North London giant Arsenal at the Emirates on October 24th, the club have said.
The further tickets will go on Sale from 9am on Thursday, the 5th of October . These tickets are said to be in the Upper Tier and are valued at £20 for adults and £10 concessions.
There has been a lot of issues about this situation among Norwich City fans on social media, with many regular away supporters angry at not being able to purchase tickets for the Carabao cup match, while the so called ‘plastic fans’ have purchased all their tickets.
A lot of Norwich City fans don’t reside in Norfolk and cannot afford a season-long ticket or make it viable economically to use one. That does not mean they are any less of a supporter than others, who does own a season-long ticket.
Another problem surrounds taking young ones – kids to football matches like this. The original ticket price was so cheap at £10 for adults and just £5 for Under 18s, which is will always attract people. Especially at a big team and in between of a mid term week.