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Fulham away

by Pepe the Horseman » 14 Sep 2015 11:52

Gonna be my first visit to Fulham for a Reading game, and a few of my plastic m8s want to come along for the day out. Take it we usually sell out? Are neutral tickets pretty easy to get hold of?

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Re: Fulham away

by WoodleyRoyal » 14 Sep 2015 11:53

yes

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Re: Fulham away

by LWJ » 14 Sep 2015 12:12

Sold out last year.. neutral easy to get into

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Re: Fulham away

by Nameless » 14 Sep 2015 12:28

What ID do you need for the neutral area ? Is a non RG postcode ok, or do we need to prove we don't have an RFC member card ?

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Re: Fulham away

by Winchester Royal » 14 Sep 2015 12:34

Isn't it just a free for all?


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Re: Fulham away

by Holding Out Hope » 14 Sep 2015 12:41

On the matter, how come it is a 13.30 kick off does anyone know?

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Re: Fulham away

by RG30 » 14 Sep 2015 13:18

Holding Out Hope On the matter, how come it is a 13.30 kick off does anyone know?


Rugby World Cup QF 4:30pm at Twickenham I assume?

Noticed Fulham released ticket prices today, £25 for Adults which should mean a good away following,

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Re: Fulham away

by Brosef Stalin » 14 Sep 2015 21:58

Was planning on going to this game as am gonna be back in England for the weekend.

Taking a friend to her first game of football. Luckily it's Fulham which is a great away day

Anyone know when the neutral tickets go on sale?

Do you buy them from Fulham or Reading ticket office?

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Re: Fulham away

by poohs pure » 14 Sep 2015 22:13

Am I missing something here, what the fúck is a neutral ticket?


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Re: Fulham away

by Mr.Swainey » 14 Sep 2015 22:45

poohs pure Am I missing something here, what the fúck is a neutral ticket?


Aye, as if it's going to kick off between these two middle-class giants.

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Re: Fulham away

by kirkrich » 14 Sep 2015 22:59

If anyone spills my latte...

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Re: Fulham away

by Brosef Stalin » 15 Sep 2015 00:00

Can you hear the neutrals sing? no-oh....

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Re: Fulham away

by Nameless » 15 Sep 2015 07:45

No idea how Fulham get away with the concept of a 'neutral' zone which is basically an unsegregated area next to the away section that means more away fans can get in. It seems to work though, never heard of any trouble. And of course it should be possible to stand next to a fan from the other team and not spit at him or stab him.


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Re: Fulham away

by The Cap » 15 Sep 2015 09:13

The Foolem concept is certainly an interesting one, regarding away fans, although it definitely seems to work. Surprising really, given tribal rivalries. And, from what I've heard, quite a few of the lads are going to this game. Nice day out by the Thames in Landen. What more could one ask for? :lol:

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Re: Fulham away

by peterroyal76 » 15 Sep 2015 10:23

Nameless And of course it should be possible to stand next to a fan from the other team and not spit at him or stab him.


What if they're asking for it?

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Re: Fulham away

by Nameless » 15 Sep 2015 10:32

In that case it would be rude not to.
But obviously that's an exception.

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Re: Fulham away

by Zammo » 15 Sep 2015 10:43

IN for this.

A very good friend of mine is a Fulham season ticket holder and he normally takes us around his local haunts in and around the Putney Bridge area. Will be wearing my Stone Island gear so I don’t feel too intimidated.

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Re: Fulham away

by Sutekh » 15 Sep 2015 11:02

The Cap The Foolem concept is certainly an interesting one, regarding away fans, although it definitely seems to work. Surprising really, given tribal rivalries. And, from what I've heard, quite a few of the lads are going to this game. Nice day out by the Thames in Landen. What more could one ask for? :lol:


Bet they don't run it for Chelsea

Defo IN for this derby game.

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Re: Fulham away

by Larry_Parnell » 15 Sep 2015 11:04

If I remember correctly......the neutral area is only pay at the gate, there are no tickets in advance and it is more expensive (£30 I think last year). They don't care where you're from so you don't need any id etc. It's a throwback from when Fulham were in the prem but couldn't fill their ground and was to entice visitors to London who wanted to see a premiership game.

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Re: Fulham away

by Pepe the Horseman » 15 Sep 2015 12:43

Brosef Stalin Was planning on going to this game as am gonna be back in England for the weekend.

Taking a friend to her first game of football. Luckily it's Fulham which is a great away day

Anyone know when the neutral tickets go on sale?

Do you buy them from Fulham or Reading ticket office?

You guys can sit with us.

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