Didcot Town V Reading. Friday 14th July KO 19:30 Ticket Info

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Didcot Town V Reading. Friday 14th July KO 19:30 Ticket Info

by Casual Royal » 07 Jun 2006 07:37

Tickets are now on sale from

Didcot Town Football Club
NPower Loop Meadow Stadium
Bowmont Water
Didcot
OX11 7GA
Tel: 01235 813138

Mon to Sat 19:00 to 21:00

A further 250 tickets are being made available for Reading supporters to buy from the Madejski Stadium Megastore from 9am-2pm on Saturday 8th July. Prices for this match are £8 adults and £4 concessions and payment is only in cash or cheque with guarantee card. No credit card payments will be possible. Please note that tickets will only be on-sale on the day of the game subject to availability - to guarantee you will not be disappointed you are strongly advised to purchase your tickets in advance.



Reading have promised that all first team members will be at the game for what will be our first as a premiership team. A strong team is expected for the match.

For Further Information regarding Didcot Town FC please have a look at their website

http://www.didcottownfc.com
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by EASTENDER MARKY » 07 Jun 2006 11:19

Wasn't thinking about going but might have to.
What does the ground hold ?

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by ddetisi » 07 Jun 2006 11:20

Scrolled down a bit to see this headline:

Season to be cheerful
Friday, 26 May 2006
A brief review of season 2005-2006 when Didcot finally reached the promised land (the Southern League) after 99 years of trying

and we thought we had it bad!

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by Alan Partridge » 07 Jun 2006 11:23

EASTENDER MARKY Wasn't thinking about going but might have to.
What does the ground hold ?


There was about 1500 at the Vase Semi final a couple of years ago and it was packed. I would say just under 2000 tops.

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by Hungry Hungry Hippos » 07 Jun 2006 11:29

I think I might go along to this one.

Any pubs nearby?


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by EASTENDER MARKY » 07 Jun 2006 11:30

Cheers AP.
I reckon there might be a good turn out for this one, a bit like Brentford last year.

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by Alan Partridge » 07 Jun 2006 11:32

Hungry Hungry Hippos I think I might go along to this one.

Any pubs nearby?


The Ladygrove pub is literally 1 minute away from the ground.

To get there via train, leave the train station to your left and walk along Station Road to Cow Lane Bride and walk underneath it. Just follow the footpah along and you will see the pub and Ladygrove shops. You'll see the ground to your left, you can't miss it.

If your going straight to the ground then it would be quicker to walk through the park to your left after you have gone under the bridge.

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by Huntley & Palmer » 07 Jun 2006 12:47

The social club at the ground serves cheap beer and the burgers and bacon rolls are top notch!

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by Alan Partridge » 07 Jun 2006 12:52

Huntley & Palmer The social club at the ground serves cheap beer and the burgers and bacon rolls are top notch!


Good call on the burgers!

Also for all Hob Nobbers you must visit the bar inside as it's called 'Doddy's Bar' :lol:

Not after the great Ken though, but after an ex player Robert.

If your going by car, there is some parking at the ground but it will fill quickly, your best bet would either to street park or park in the new Orchard shopping centre which is just across from Cow Lane bridge, about 5 minutes walk to the ground.


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by Huntley & Palmer » 07 Jun 2006 12:55

Will Roman be making an appearance again? :lol:

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by Alan Partridge » 07 Jun 2006 12:59

Huntley & Palmer Will Roman be making an appearance again? :lol:


We can only hope. THAT was funny. :lol:

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by The_Cat » 07 Jun 2006 16:23

So do all the fans just mingle together in this ground? :?

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by Royalshow » 07 Jun 2006 16:32

i think i will go,not sure what the overall ground looks at as there is only one picture on there website.


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by Casual Royal » 07 Jun 2006 16:36

There are just over 2000 tickets ava.

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by alad » 07 Jun 2006 17:06

Might make the trip down for this one.

Will it sell out :?

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by RG30 » 07 Jun 2006 17:07

Think I would rather save £8 plus train fare for when August 19th comes around.

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by The_Cat » 07 Jun 2006 17:10

RG30 Think I would rather save £8 plus train fare for when August 19th comes around.
The train fare won't be much from Reading, but I don't know if you live there.

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by Alan Partridge » 07 Jun 2006 17:16

alad Might make the trip down for this one.

Will it sell out :?


Quite possibly, tickets have been selling well. My uncle is one of the life presidents there and my mate Mark works for the club.

I'll be ok as he'll get me a ticket, but I think this will prove to be a popular fixture.

Fans generally just mingle with everyone. There may be one or two Oxford fans about so feel free to point and laugh!

As for the ground, the is one seated stand (holds about 250-300) and the rest is just a bar that goes round. There is a little bit of covering in a small terrace behind one goal.

The ground is constantly being improved and there are plans to expand it.

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by true*blue*loyal*royal » 07 Jun 2006 18:31

Does anyone know how many seats they are selling for reading fans?

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by handbags_harris » 07 Jun 2006 19:03

Just out of interest, where's the info from? Can't find it on either website, except the little advert in the corner of the Didcot Town website...

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