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Hereford FC could get a further 400 tickets for the fixture at Banbury United on Good Friday (29th March) after the club received a response to the letter it sent to the Oxfordshire based club last week.

An update shared by Hereford FC this afternoon said:

“On Friday (8 March), Hereford FC officials made a request to Banbury United for an increase in the initial allocation of 400 away tickets for the National League North match on Good Friday (29 March).

“Banbury officials have today confirmed they will be writing to their members, (as a ‘members owned’ club), to ask them to vote on a proposal to increase the Bulls’ allocation to 800 tickets.

“This increased allocation would see visiting supporters housed in areas of the ground normally reserved for home fans, which is why Banbury are writing to their members with an updated proposal.

“Banbury officials have confirmed they will accept the majority result of the vote, with the outcome set to be communicated to us on Friday (15 March).

“We would like to thank Banbury United for the willingness to reconsider the initial allocation provided and look forward to hearing the outcome of the vote.

“In terms of how the initial allocation of 400 tickets for Bulls’ fans is being distributed, there will be no change to the ballot process that was previously announced. 

“Should more tickets become available, an update will be provided on how and when these will be sold.”