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It’s No Surprise – Newcastle Season Tickets Selling Like Hot Cakes

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Newcastle United at the moment is a club in renaissance, with the man leading the club back to where we belong being a top club in Europe is the extremely [...]

So Sad To See Loyal Fans Returning Their Season Tickets

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We read the news story in the Chronicle today about Tom Ireland of South Shields, who has had enough of Newcastle's many missteps under Mike Ashley, in particular the return of Joe Kinnear to the club, and Tom wants his money back on his season ticket, although he's been told he has to wait until [..


Retro Football: Newspaper Baulks At The ‘Crazy’ Price Of Match Tickets In 1980 (Photo)

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Arsenal's Highbury Stadium, circa 1980

The month was July. The year was 1980.

Dear old Margaret Thatcher was busy slowly disassembling the country, unemployment hit the two million mark in the UK for the first time since 1935, Alexandra Palace was gutted by a devastating fireand one newspaper in particular was railing at the thought of having to pay OVER £80 to buy a season ticket at Arsenal.

Arsenal’s season ticket rumours – and the painful truth!

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The season ticket renewal rumours are already rolling!‏ by KM Hello to you all fine readers of this blog, how's your day? Well if you believe all the stuff you can find on the sports page of the tabloids, it looks like Arsenal is building a mighty squad to dominate the league once more after [..

Expect more protests from Arsenal fans over ticket prices

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There has always been more discontent over prices of Season tickets and entrance fees at Arsenal, not only because we are the most expensive football ground to visit in the world, but because we get less rewards, in terms of trophies, for the outrageous prices our club charges. There now seems to be more willingness [.

Arsenal hold ticket prices then reveal record matchday revenue

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The Arsenal boss Ivan Gazidis has announced that the club are freezing season ticket prices for next season (although Club Members will pay an extra 2%) which will hopefully see the protests we saw last year come down to minimum. Gazidis makes it sound like he is doing the fans a favour when he said: [.

Arsenal Experiment With Scheme To Lower Ticket Prices

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Ivan Gazidis Strikes a Deal With the AISA and AST To Lower Ticket Prices Well, the fans' cries have been heard and the board have budged a little so that fans can save some coin this season considering ticket prices. Although, this doesn't apply to season tickets, but will for non season-ticket holders.

Crystal Palace find a novel (navel) way to plug season tickets

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With it not being easy to shift season tickets in London, with city rivals Spurs, Arsenal, Chelsea, Fulham and West Ham all taking the volume, Crystal Palace decided to resort to good old-fashioned perving to try and get bums on seats. The club asked their cheerleadering troupe The Crystals to make a dance video involving [.

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This Could Only Happen At Newcastle

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Newcastle have announced today that season ticket sales at Newcastle United have soared past last season's total. And that's with Newcastle now a second division club and the season is still three weeks away, when we play at Fulham on Friday, 5th August to kick-off the Championship season four weeks way to the first [.

Lee Charnley´s Strange Email To Fans

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We don´t hear from Newcastle Managing Director Lee Charnley very much and in fact we still have never heard him speak as the lead executive at Newcastle United which we find extremely strange whet doesn´t Lee give a press conference maybe with Steve McClaren also in attendance that´s the best way [.

£40 a goal adds insult to Spurs' injury

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It has been a troubling season for Tottenham Hotspur.

After a £100 million summer spending spree and the capture of much-coveted talents like Christian Eriksen and Jan Vertonghen, Spurs failed to spark and fired coach Andre Vilas-Boas in December in the wake of a 5-0 home humiliation by Liverpool which left the North Londoners seventh in the Premier League.

The Price of Football in 2013: increases stop, but the beautiful game still massively expensive

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BBC Sport's Price of Football 2013 study (which analyses the price of attending football matches across England and Scotland) makes for grim reading. Although the bigger picture shows that the steady increase in price has generally halted, the truth is that the beautiful game is not a cheap pastime for the average Joe to pursue.

THE STARTING 11: New TFC 2013 Season Ticket renewal taglines

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TFC Ticket Centre - "Operators are standing nearby"Things have been conspicuously quiet so far on the TFC Season Ticket renewal front. In fairness, the job of TFC ticket rep is currently ranking in career satisfaction alongside "Part-Time Hobo Foot Carer" and "Assistant Crack Dealer". Perhaps the club is waiting for TFC fans to forget Joey Saputo's awesomely dropped Impact price reduction boast or maybe they are waiting for TFC to go on a 5-game winning streak to get supporters' spirits up.

Jarvis and Fletcher Move a Mistake

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The departure of Wolves wingers, Matt Jarvis and Steven Fletcher, to West Ham and Sunderland, respectively, will leave a bitter taste in the mouth for Molineux fans, who see their hopes of bouncing straight back into the Premier League take a cruel blow.

For many fans from the Black Country, their season tickets will have already been bought, shelling out good money to watch their beloved club attempt to regain Premier League status.

Rangers set a new record for attendance at a Scottish Third Division match

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(UPDATE: Despite reports that Rangers set a world record for a fourth-tier match, they're still a ways behind Brazilian club Santa Cruz, who had as many as 59,966 fans for a Serie D match last season.)

Rangers fans showed their optimism and support for the post-liquidation club at the first match of the season -- a Scottish Communities League Cup first-round win against East Fife at Ibrox -- but they turned it into a new record on Saturday.

The 200% Pre-Season Previews: Stoke City

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The coming nine season will be the fifth since Stoke City ascended back to the Premier League, and in surviving comfortably in this division they continue to frustrate the game's self-appointed purists. Stoke remain the nearest thing that the division has to an antithesis of the self-image of twenty-first century football.

Regrets? Just the one.

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It's the 88-89 Season, and I've been to every home game. One game left, away at Anfield, and our first title in eighteen years is at stake. It's the most mustest of "must go to" games since ‘71. One problem. I have also attended almost every home game for many seasons with three very good mates.


The Playoffs: TFC's march to justification

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The long-shot prospect of Toronto FC making the 2014 MLS playoffs represents one glorious opportunity for those that control this club from up high. No, it is not to reward the most beaten-down of all MLS supporters - it is justification.
Already, many fans have come to loathe the four-week "must-win" campaign that has devolved into the "we're still mathematically possible" reality we have today but as annoying as the internal club promotion may be - TFC is still in with a tiny chance.

"OMG! Rollback prices are like sooooo 2007!"

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"Keep rollin', rollin' rollin'..."  We haven't had to eat a lot of crow in regards to Toronto FC over the years but today they prepared us a wee Crow Butty. While most supporters have been very vocal in their demand for lower prices on season tickets in 2013 before renewing - we had little belief that the club would actually come through.

Balls of String: Stories to watch as Toronto FC plays out a lost season

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"Today's attendance is 19,575... thank you fans"Getting casual fans to watch TFC matches when times were good... well at least fun.... was a challenge. Now, as yet another season enters the "playing for next year" phase, even getting the most ardent supporters interested grows harder. For those of you who know they are addicted to this club and will be back next year despite 2012, finding a reason to watch a futile string of matches may be frustrating.

Crystal Palace

Brighton apologise to Crystal Palace over dressing room excrement

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Brighton have apologised to Crystal Palace after excrement was found smeared on the Amex Stadium's away dressing room walls ahead of the Championship play-off semi-final second leg. Someone at Brighton with access to the dressing rooms had staged a dirty protest ahead of the match, and the Eagles arrived for the game to discover their [.

Crystal Palace Plug Season Tickets With Cheerleaders Dancing To ‘Call Me Maybe’ In Bikinis (Video)

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By Chris Wright

Over the years, football clubs have attempted a number of ways to help shift season tickets. We've seen suicidal koala bears, sperm banks infested by zombie lesbians from the future, fans laying huge eggs actually, they were all Getafe but Crystal Palace have furrowed an altogether more traditional path this season by getting their in-house cheerleading troupe (The Crystals) to strip down to their bikinis and mime along to that infernal 'Call Me Maybe' song that's been playing on repeat in everyone's inner ears since March.

Crystal Palace Plug Season Tickets With Cheerleaders Dancing To ‘Call Me Maybe’ In Bikinis (Video)

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By Chris Wright

Over the years, football clubs have attempted a number of ways to help shift season tickets. We've seen suicidal koala bears, sperm banks infested by zombie lesbians from the future, fans laying huge eggs actually, they were all Getafe but Crystal Palace have furrowed an altogether more traditional path this season by getting their in-house cheerleading troupe (The Crystals) to strip down to their bikinis and mime along to that infernal 'Call Me Maybe' song that's been playing on repeat in everyone's inner ears since March.


Behind the Axe: Timbers possibly lose another midfielder, Thorns FC announce season tickets, Timbers U-23 announce tryout details

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In other assorted Timbers and Thorns FC news, another player from the 2012 team might not return while the Thorns FC give fans a chance to buy season tickets. Meanwhile, if you think you might have what it takes to be a Timber (ok, Timbers U-23) for real, there's two chances to tryout for a potential roster spot in March.

Portland Timbers announce 2012 season ticket renewal rate of 96 percent, up season ticket cap for 2013

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The Portland Timbers announced on December 4 some rather impressive numbers relating to ticket sales - a 96 percent renewal rate of current season ticket holders and a complete sell out of full season ticket package for 2013 even with raising their cap to just over 15,000 available.

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Frustrated Colorado Rapids Will Look to Avoid Falling Further

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Wow, what a busy week! The FO have announced season tickets would remain flat, the field would be widened, TicketMaster would be fired and Caleb Porter would be hired.

What's that? We have two games in six days against the Colorado Rapids? Oh ... right.

When Stumptown Footy previewed the Colorado Rapids ahead of their first match this year against the Portland Timbers, the Rapids weren't in great shape.

Portland Timbers Announce No Increase in Season Ticket Prices

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Good news for those of you who might have been dreading a possible annual rate increase in your beloved Portland Timbers season ticket package as the FO just sent out a press release announcing that the price you paid last year will be the price you pay later this year.

I think this goes without saying, but after struggling all season long and going through many a difficulty on and off the field, this is probably one of the smartest things they could have done.

Portland Timbers Fire John Spencer

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The dreaded sophomore slump has hit the Portland Timbers, and today John Spencer paid the price.

Portland are a woeful 5-8-4 this season and are in next-to-last place in the league's Western Conference, with no road wins.

Timbers owner Merritt Paulson made the announcement during a press conference at JELD-WEN Field.

Milan fans

AC Milan Offer Season Ticket Refunds After Flogging Zlatan Ibrahimovic And Thiago Silva

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By Alan Duffy

Italian football may not have the most squeaky-clean image, but Serie A giants Milan have shown a decent amount of generosity by agreeing to refund the season tickets of Rossoneri fans disgruntled by the sale of two the club's biggest star, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva.

Milan offer season ticket refund, fans leave funeral arrangement at club’s offices

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Upset by the sale of Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimovic to PSG, a group of Milan supporters expressed the widely held disappointment of their fellow fans by leaving a small funeral arrangement outside the club's via Turati offices. A funeral card, candles and flowers were set up near the building's front door in the scene made to symbolize the faith some fans have left in the club after selling two of their best players.

The Rest

Real Madrid Strip 357 Fans Of Their Season Tickets After Flogging Them To Barcelona Supporters For El Clasico

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Real Madrid have stripped over 350 fans of their season tickets after aconspicuous number of Barcelona supporters were spottedwatching El Clasico from sections of the Bernabeu supposedly reserved for home fans.

Sport are reporting that Los Blancos confiscated 357 season tickets in the wake of the match, which Barca won 3-2 in injury time thanks to the 500th goal of Lionel Messi's career.

No Takers: Lazio Manage To Shift Just 11 Season Tickets On First Day Of Sale

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It looks very much as though Lazio are setto shatter their record low season ticket salestwo years on the bounce after the Serie A side managed to shift just a handful of 2016/17tickets on the first day of sale.

Lazio put season tickets on sale on Monday but demand proved so low that just 11 tickets had been sold by the time the lines closed at the end of the day that's according to Gazzetta dello Sport, who delightfully brand theeffort a "flop assoluto" in their headline.

THE SOUTH STAND REPORT - Toronto v Orlando... or What do you mean goaltending is illegal?!?

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As a season ticket holder of Toronto FC, I have been afforded many privileges: Embarrassing officiating, failure at understanding why de Guzman was a big deal, and being told to get used to it, to name a few. Last night, another perk fell into my lap, tickets to see a professional basketball contest.

West Ham new boy Razvan Rat works in the ticket office

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Having snapped up their summer signings, most clubs are keen to put their new players through some serious pain in pre-season training. West Ham opted to make Romanian defender Razvan Rat to do a shift in the ticket office instead. The ex-Shakhtar Donetsk player fielded telephone calls from fans and used the Hammers' booking system [.

THE STARTING 11: Unexpected side-effects of Toronto FC's new plaid scarf

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"I was into TFC before they were cool."  Many of you are sitting in your window like a Jack Russell waiting for the Purolator delivery dude to bring your TFC Season Ticket package right now. Sit Ubu supporter, sit. Good supporter. However, not only are your vouchers to a year of exciting somewhat palatable football in that tardy box but also a bold fashion choice.

Houston Dynamo Announce 2013 Season Ticket Packges

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This week, the Houston Dynamo announced details for 2013 season ticket packages, which begin at $400.00. These packages will include the 17 home MLS matches and three CONCACAF Champions League matches.

New this year is a Family Season Ticket package which includes $200.00 pricing for children under the age of 10.

Sounders Women Start Renewing Season Tickets

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The season tickets for next season's Seattle Sounders Women are going on sale for the current STH's this week. Watch your email for the details. The remaining tickets will go on sale to the public on September 22nd. This brought up questions for me and my fellow fans. What of the new pro team? What if the new team somehow works a deal to become the Sounders Women pro team, while the current incarnation of the SSW become the academy type team?

UVA Men Battle Mount St. Mary's Tuesday

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Virginia Clashes With Mount St. Mary's Tuesday at Klöckner Stadium Cavaliers and Mountaineers kick off at 7 p.m.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia men's soccer team entertains Mount St. Mary's at 7 p.m. Tuesday in a non-conference encounter at Klöckner Stadium. It marks the first of five Tuesday matches on the Cavaliers' schedule this season.

Where has all that membership money gone, Derek?

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"We do not want to put prices up. People might say we have put membership up on the season tickets. But that is going straight into the Academy. It was discounted for the first year but that is going into the Academy because we need to find the money from somewhere." Said Derek Llambias defending [..

100 Owners: Number 89 – Terry Smith (Chester City)

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There are several clubs which will turn up more than once on this list, and one of those is Chester City FC. The story of this particular clubs last twenty years is one that could fill a book on its own, but its demise can largely be traced to the activities of three men. One, Stephen Vaughan, is unlikely to openly become involved in the running of a football club after being banned under the FAs Fit & Proper Persons rules, from being involved in the directorship of any business at the end of 2009.