Actually go to games?
I'm a season ticket holder at luton but we're not have a great season - yet
Nope, not any more. Mainly for financial reasons. I'll probably end up going to 3 or 4 of Coventry's away games, and I'll also pop down to Edgeley Pary to watch Stockport a couple of times. But that will be about it.
Although they are not my team, I did semi consider getting a season ticket for Stockport this year, just to go to a regular game. I just cant stand the thought of ending up next to the same people week after week though.
When I can get a ticket for Sunderland away in London I go. To do so generally requires the assistance of a season ticket holder. There's little chance of getting a spot on the away supporter bus as Sunderland's allocation of away seats sells out very quickly and why would I want to travel up to Sunderland to travek back on a stinky bus? I know very few season ticket holders of London clubs.....last London match I went to was a few years ago at Highbury...there I was in the red and white stripes stuck in the middle of the north bank....luckily we were 3-0 down inside 25 minutes.
I once had to flee the rookery stand at Watford though after we got Watford's Gifton Noel Williams sent off and won 3-2....mind I was being a little vociferous in the wrong stand!!
I suppose this is the one advantage of supporting Coventry, I very rarely have to worry about getting a ticket!
When we were in the Premiership, I used to get a supporters club membership, which was about £20 a year and gave me priority tickets for away games after season ticket holders; similarly I could get home tickets on the odd occasions I went before they went on general sale.
Jesus mate your up for some punishment every game there aren't you
Lets be avin you all for Deli and the Norwich Gang
Originally Posted by Bigwizz Actually go to games?
I'm a season ticket holder at luton but we're not have a great season - yet Fast track to the Conference there.......nothing like giving everyone a decent head start to male the season 'interesting'.
Would love to go more - however it's fecking expensive to go to Prem games. Do occasionally go to lower league local stuff - but the football is unbelievably bad.
Originally Posted by DefTrap Would love to go more - however it's fecking expensive to go to Prem games. Do occasionally go to lower league local stuff - but the football is unbelievably bad. Have to admit on the odd occasion I go to Stockport, I am generally impressed with the standard of football; they do try and play the game the right way. In some ways far more entertaining that some of the lower stuff in the Premier league where it can be a battle to see which team can get the greatest number of players behind the ball.
Originally Posted by Bonners Have to admit on the odd occasion I go to Stockport
Ah, Stockport, the other Hatters. I've been there twice for the football as we've got friends in Marple who we meet up with for rest of the weekend.
Also been to Bredbury Hall
Hull season pass holder. This is my 6th season.
Started going to watch them (again) in 99/2000 season when things were pretty dire - unpaid tax bills, unpaid wages, locked out of the ground by the owners for rent arrears, bottom of the football league, sub 4000 crowds. Quite why I stuck it out (when we were being thumped 3-0 at home by clubs like Rushden & Diamonds) I'm not sure, but I'm glad I did. Back to back promotions, last gasp survival in the Championship (at the expense of Leeds ) then a very memorable play off Wembley win. It's been a hell of a journey!
Unsurprisingly, you're very unlikely to get to see Hull play at home this season unless you're a season pass holder..........