Swindon Town under-18s FA Youth Cup quarter-final against Bristol City at Ashton Gate in March will be in front of fans.

Tickets have gone on sale for fans to go and support the Swindon youngsters as they look to make the final four of English football's premiere youth football competition.

Town have made the quarter-finals for the first time since the 2006/07 season and have had a memorable campaign, conceding just one goal on their way to this stage having seen off Aldershot Town, Wimborne Town, Luton Town, Manchester United, and Sunderland.

Swindon have only been to the semi-finals once in their history when a team inspired by Don Rogers in 1963/64 made it all the way to the final where they would be beaten by Manchester United and the current crop are hoping to emulate their success.

Fans will be able to make the short trip across to Ashton Gate to support the team as they try and extend their magical run.

Speaking to club media, Sean Wood said: “We are ecstatic that the game is being played at the stadium, that gives our supporters the opportunity to pop down the road and get behind the boys.

“We will be massively looking forward to as many supporters getting to the game as possible, I know that SAS Travel are putting on a coach where possible.

“Hopefully there are a fair few fans that do get behind the boys, I know that they really appreciated the support against Man United at home and we have another opportunity for them to get behind our lads as an away following.

“It will be a great experience for the boys to play in front of a large away following and hopefully our local supporters can get behind them on the day.”