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Thursday 07 February 2013 Updated: 07/02 16:36
TIME is running out for Worcester City supporters to secure tickets to the last ever league game at St George's Lane.
The club has about 2,000 tickets left for the Blue Square Bet North clash against Chester on Saturday, April 27 which will sound the final whistle for City's century-old home.
Any tickets which are not sold by next month's yet-to-be agreed cut off date will be forwarded to the league leaders whose supporters have already been handed a large allocation for the historic game.
Commercial director Rich Widdowson said: "We have a huge demand from Chester for more tickets but we wanted to give City fans every opportunity to buy one first, that is why they have been on sale since November.
"We will have a cut off date which is likely to be in March then any remaining unsold tickets will be forwarded to Chester. We want the ground to be at capacity for the last ever match so we are urging people not to delay in buying a ticket."
Tickets are available from the club shop on weekdays from 10am to 4pm and on match days.
Meanwhile, play-off chasing City face another crucial league double header as they travel to 11th placed Stalybridge on Saturday who still harbour slim hopes of making the top five.
Carl Heeley's side then entertain Solihull Moors on Monday night at St George's Lane (7.45ko).
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