Tickets for the FA Cup replay at Taunton Town on Tuesday night will go on sale to season ticket holders only, the club has confirmed.

In a post on its Twitter channel after Saturday’s goalless draw, the club said it expected to receive “a very limited capacity” for the match and promised further details “in due course.”

If the police allow the stadium to operate at a theoretical 2,500 capacity, which seems unlikely, the maximum allocation would be 375 – so probably bank on it being a bit lower than that. Our guess is the allocation will be around 300 people.

On Sunday lunchtime, the National League South Peacocks provided an update to its own supporters saying that details were for its own fans only adding that “Yeovil Town FC will manage their own allocation“.

Tickets for home supporters were priced at £15 for Adults, £10 for Concessions and £5 for all Under 18s, which probably suggests the cost of tickets for travelling fans – but we will wait and see.

The match at Wordsworth Drive – or the Cygnet Health Care Stadium, if you like sponsored names – will kick-off at 7.45pm.

The Taunton update adds: “Supporters are reminded that any form of smoke bomb or pyrotechnic is strictly forbidden inside the stadium. Any person identified breaching this regulation will be notified to the Police and be subject to an immediate football banning order.”

Watch this space for details on tickets for away fans…..


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