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Fans Advised To Secure Seats For Final Games Early

The atmosphere and crowd size was amazing against Cardiff. Let's do it again!

Mark Runnacles

Sunderland AFC have just two home fixtures remaining in their 2013-14 Barclays Premier League campaign and with Sunday's game against Cardiff selling out, fans are advised to secure their seats for the vital games as soon as possible.

Gus Poyet's side take on West Bromwich Albion on Wednesday 07 May, 7:45pm and SAFC season card holders can take advantage of a special ‘friends and family' offer by buying up to two additional tickets at a reduced price of just £10 each.

Speaking after his sides' 4-0 demolition of Cardiff City, the head coach said: "Thank you to everyone. The first 20 minutes of the game was absolutely incredible; the connection between the fans and the players. Now we need the same again until the end of the season, the same connection, the same noise, the same full house."

The Black Cats' season finale sees Swansea City welcomed to the Stadium of Light on Sunday 11 May, in a traditional 3pm kick off.

Fans are advised to buy their tickets for the games in advance to avoid disappointment.

Standard tickets for both games are priced at £25 for adults, £19 for over 65s and just £10 for under 16s. Hospitality packages are also available for both games, priced from just £50 per person.


Tickets can be purchased in person from the Stadium of Light ticket office, by calling the credit card hotline on 0871 911 1973 (24 hours) or by visiting

Supporters who purchase tickets online can use the club's free ‘print at home' service - full details can be found at

Hospitality packages can be booked by calling 0871 911 1555 or emailing


Monday - Friday, 9am - 5:30pm
Saturday, 10am-1pm
Sunday, closed (open 10am until kick-off Sunday 11 May, SAFC V Swansea)

All tickets are sold subject to ground regulations.

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