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"Neutral areas" at Premier League and Football League grounds.

 



London Harrier
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Dec 3, 2017, 3:10 PM

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Are Fulham the only club in the Premier League and Football League to sell tickets for "neutral areas" in the ground?


Leyther_Matt
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Dec 3, 2017, 4:28 PM

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Are Fulham the only club in the Premier League and Football League to sell tickets for "neutral areas" in the ground?

Fulham are the only ones to have an official area as far as Iím aware, but in my experience working within ticketing a lot of clubs will often have certain areas of a ground that they try to encourage neutral fans to sit in, if nothing else because of the fear of away fans being in home sections for certain games.


IAN S
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It depends on how much the home team can fill the ground.

Most grounds have areas where the home fans aren't quite as crazy, (if that's the right word), as some other parts of the ground. There are exceptions, obviously, Millwall springs to mind.



We'll be, as we are, when all the fools who doubt us fade away.


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Dec 4, 2017, 3:06 PM

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It depends on how much the home team can fill the ground.

Most grounds have areas where the home fans aren't quite as crazy, (if that's the right word), as some other parts of the ground. There are exceptions, obviously, Millwall springs to mind.



The last time I went to Millwall I sat in the centre of one of the main stands. I was surrounded by well behaved, mostly middle class people. I hardly heard a 4 letter word all game and absolutely no racist comments, despite the opposition having several non-white players. This was in stark contrast to my first visit for the 1st game at the New Den in 1994. I am sure that my experience would have been a bit different had I sat (or stood) behind the goal in the home end.



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Dec 30, 2017, 4:42 PM

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Millwall aren't all knuckle draggers



wrexham fc fa trophy winners 2013 !

 
 


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