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    english premier league

    does anyone know how much a ticket is for a premier league match? and how easy is it to pick one up? my friend says they are mostly only season tickets

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    it depends on which team u want to see....

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    Damn Europeans and their futbol.

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    depends what team.i get united tickets every so often,and they are something like 20-25 for an adult and 10-15 a child.but they are hard to get hold of,unless you go to a bottom league match
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    aye, it depends on the team. Let us know and i'll find out for you, if you want to watch Man utd then you will struggle otherwise you should be alright.
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    not real sure yet... maybe arsenal, chelsea or newcastle?


    does anyone know about serie A aswell? i would assume they would be way harder to get

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    You can either ring up the clubs ticket hotline or go to an event/sporting agency invariably this option will be far more expensive. If you do decide to choose the agency option there are ones out there that do various promotions that include hotels in the price of the ticket etc.
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    dont think you will have a chance of getting arsenal tickets. check out http://www.arsenal.com/ for info on tickets
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    The Toon costs 22 squids for a Premiership match and 27 squids for a Champions League match.

    For the Premiership, the ground is so big that they usually have a handful of single tickets that they sell about a week before the game, but they're usually like gold dust round here, unless it's a really crappy team they're playing. And chances are that you'll struggle finding tickets next to each other. And if you do, you'll not get many next to each other. Definately no more than three.

    All other tickets are season ticket holders.

    If you wanna see them in a cup game, you'll have to wait till next season, cause they're no longer in the Worthy or FA cup (courtesy of Rob and Nobs for the latter).
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    Serie A tickets are easy to get, their much cheaper too, last year i went to watch Inter play at the san siro, in some of the best seats for 10, only thing was that flight and hotel cost 250+ it was an amazing experience though and money doesnt matter for things like that
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    Gotta love soccer!!

    One of the things I wanna do in my life is attend a world cup or watch a lot of serie A matches live...nothing like it....
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    it's almost impossible to get tickets for the home games of the big teams, Arsenal, Liverpool or Man U...if you get one, they are pretty damn expensive cuz of the black market prices :/
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    What Rob said.
    If you want to buy a ticket, do it a month before the match and especially if you want to watch Manchester Utd, Arsenal, and Newcassel. Remember that the cheap tickets are sold very fast.

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    Don't forget to invest in a nice kevlar vest, steel-toed boots, crowbar, and NFL approved helmet for the match.

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    Hahaha.

    That's just for Chelsea, Milwall or Cardiff games man.
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    Cardiff.. pfft..

    I feel that Northern England is the heart of english football. I ve been to 2 Sunderland home games (against Charlton and Manchester Utd) and the crowd was incredible. No matter how low was the club placed in the league table, the attendance was reaching more than 90% of the capacity !(close to 50.000)
    I ve also been to an Arsenal and a Spurs home game but they can't be compared to the Northerners.

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    Hahaha....'Sunderland'.

    Their ground is 40k max.

    St James bangs in 53k week in, week out no problem, regardless of league placing or standard of opposition.

    Scumderland is just a sh*t hole.

    I can't even think of where is better
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    Why aye.. I know how much ye like yor neighboors!!

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    go 2 www.manutd.com .they are seloing tickets there for a eurpean game in march
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    On a side note, Newcastle will be PL champs come the end of may.

    We will have also pulled off the greatest come back ever to win the champions league.

    Oh yes we will...
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    LMAO @ teh Rob

    Nice trip though
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    Fair enough, but i was serious about the Premiership.

    I dunno if you saw, but we're signing Woody tomorrow subject to medical and personal terms
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    I wish the toons were able to win the championship but it seems to be almost unpossible. Arsenal and Manchester have more quality players.
    However the home record this year is outstanding!

    Based on their performance at teh Spurs' home and assuming that they will keep up the good work, they can really secure the third or the second place or even fight 4 the trophy.

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    Oh come on, john, they're already making the preparations to scribe our name on the trophy
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