Tickets sold out ahead of lunchtime kick-off.
Tickets for home fans are now sold out for today’s crunch Barclays Premier League game with Cardiff City at the Stadium of Light.
Gus Poyet’s side take on the Bluebirds in a 12 noon kick-off today, and high demand for tickets has seen tickets sell out in home sections overnight. There will be no sales today and cash turnstiles will not be operating.
Supporters will see a small section of empty seats in the away area, as Cardiff City have not used their full allocation of 3,000 tickets. The safety segregation line has been moved as much as possible to make more seats available for Sunderland supporters.
After today’s fixture, Sunderland have three Barclays Premier League games remaining. The Black Cats travel to Old Trafford on Saturday, with tickets for the clash now sold out.
Their two final games are on home turf, with the visits of West Bromwich Albion on Wednesday 7th May, 7.45pm, followed by Swansea City in the season finale on Sunday 11th May (3pm).
Tickets for the West Brom and Swansea games are still available, priced at £25 for adults, £19 for over 65s and just £10 for under 16s. Hospitality for the game is available from just £50 per person.
2013-14 SAFC season card holders can buy two additional tickets for the West Brom game at a reduced price of just £10 each, with the special ‘friends and family’ offer.
HOW TO BUY
Tickets can be purchased in person from the Stadium of Light ticket office, by calling the credit card hotline on 0871 911 1973 or by visiting the online ticketing site.
All tickets are sold subject to ground regulations.