Manchester City have reduced admission prices for the home second leg of their UEFA Cup quarter-final against Hamburg SV on April 16. After attracting low crowds for previous games against Twente Enschede, Paris St Germain, FC Copenhagen and AaB Aalborg, adult tickets for the second leg will be £5 for five days starting from Wednesday, after which they will be £10 up to and including April 8. After that date, adult ticket prices will rise to £20. Ticket prices for children will remain at £1 until matchday. "These prices are our way of saying thank you to all our supporters. It's been a long time since we were in a position to perhaps win silverware and we want to make this game accessible to all," said executive chairman Garry Cook. "We know it will be a difficult game against a quality side, but with a full house we can help Mark Hughes and the boys take a significant and important step nearer to Istanbul."
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