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Chelsea V Birmingham - First Premier League home game - General Sale £48.00

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Chelsea V Birmingham tickets are on general sale from Chelsea FC. Date: Sunday 26th August, 1:30pm Tickets are priced: £45, £48 and £60 Just thought i'd post it as Chelsea games are normally… Read More
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Chelsea V Birmingham tickets are on general sale from Chelsea FC.

Date: Sunday 26th August, 1:30pm

Tickets are priced: £45, £48 and £60

Just thought i'd post it as Chelsea games are normally sold out i think.
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#1
LOL - can't believe tickets would be in General Sale for Chelski's first home game of the season.............!
#2
Or you can go and see them for a fraction of the price in a better stadium against a better team.
#3
massive club
#4
to be fare they are playing the knuckle draggers, so they may have to give the tickets away. the birmingham city fans will have spent all their dole money getting the bus to the ground.


Aston Villa on the otherhand

http://soccerlens.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/05/aston-villa-crest.jpg
#5
General sale lol what's up with them, didn't win the league so no one wants to know anymore....
[mod]#6
It seems they can buy the league but not fans.............shame. :lol:
#7
Syzable
It seems they can buy the league but not fans.............shame. :lol:



yep, those fans went back to supporting man ure, mind you they were arsenal fans previous and liverpoo fans in the 80's.

looks like they are back down to 15,000 crowds like they used to get.
#8
and not that anyone's mentionned but £48 a ticket for a home game?!?
#9
Plus booking fee.

And, sorry kids, NO concessions!
#10
mightyreds
and not that anyone's mentionned but £48 a ticket for a home game?!?


disgusting really.:x

but this is what happens when players get paid £125,000 per week, money must come from somewhere to cover the wages.

there are several clubs who have LOWERED their prices this season in the premiership. people should start supporting their local team a little more instead of glory hunting.
#11
brum
to be fare they are playing the knuckle draggers, so they may have to give the tickets away. the birmingham city fans will have spent all their dole money getting the bus to the ground.


Aston Villa on the otherhand




3-0 mate.....:giggle: remember that???

thought not:roll:
#12
spenspuma
3-0 mate.....:giggle: remember that???

thought not:roll:



your only as good as your last result

i do believe the last result between the 2 clubs was

aston villa 3 blues 1

i had to remember back to 2005 season for that because we didnt get to play blues the next year as they were relegated.:whistling:

at least it makes work a 50/50 place, if villa win 50% of the workers dont turn up the next day and if blues win 50% of the work force dont turn up the next day.:thumbsup:
#13
£45+ for a ticket...:shock: I thought we were all money savers on here!!!!:whistling:

John
#14
weird that your username is a bit misleading, most tamworth and worcester-ites only go near brum once a fortnight - call yourself "brum" and the assumption is that you follow the team that carries the city's name.
#15
sossidge
weird that your username is a bit misleading, most tamworth and worcester-ites only go near brum once a fortnight - call yourself "brum" and the assumption is that you follow the team that carries the city's name.



i follow the original football club from birmingham,and the most successful club from birmingham, Aston Villa.

unfortunately, there are some members of my family who follow the dark side, but we ignore them :giggle:

technically you are part right, i was born and grew up in sutton coldfield, which was not part of birmingham when i was a child growing up.
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brum
people should start supporting their local team a little more instead of glory hunting.

My local club is Liverpool and I walk to the home games :thumbsup:
1 Like #17
sossidge
call yourself "brum" and the assumption is that you follow the team that carries the city's name.


Chortle-chortle. It took the knuckledraggers 4 attempts before they got that name too.
#18
Although most people will be surprised to hear this and some may not believe me but almost every Chelsea home game last year went on general sale last season. And that was when they were reigning champions! They only had full attendances at a few home games. Chelsea may have been successful in recent years but their attendances haven't really increased that much. Jose doesn't exactly make things any better with his chat and his boring style of play.

On the flip side, Arsenal, Utd and Liverpool games never go on general sale.
#19
My advice for the hard up chelski fans who can't afford tix for there first home match of the season is to put £3 on Brum to beat you at odds of 20-1 on Betfair. That will pay for your ticket and mean you can watch Forsell score the winner against you

Come on you Blues......:-D :-D
#20
stephenjames84
My advice for the hard up chelski fans who can't afford tix for there first home match of the season is to put £3 on Brum to beat you at odds of 20-1 on Betfair. That will pay for your ticket and mean you can watch Forsell score the winner against you

Come on you Blues......:-D :-D


ouch

i saw the albino is all healed up now. he needs to stay fit for you this season if you want any chance of a decent finish.

i wouldnt bother going if it were £48 per game, my team have changed the seating arrangements this season and given 2000 fans the chance to purchase season tickets in the new home fans bit for £200.

many clubs have done the decent thing and reduced the cost of tickets, especially as all clubs will get a huge amount at the end of the season through the new 3 year tv deal.

shame on chelsea for not treating the fans with respect.:x
#21
mightyreds
and not that anyone's mentionned but £48 a ticket for a home game?!?


Yes but you do get a free flag for Champions League Semi-Finals. :-D
#22
£48 I could pay for sky for a month and watch a number of games :D Ridiculous price tho really :(
#23
Whats this post to do with a hot deals forum????
#24
Spurs v the goons sold out in 2 hours today
#25
carleast
Although most people will be surprised to hear this and some may not believe me but almost every Chelsea home game last year went on general sale last season. And that was when they were reigning champions! They only had full attendances at a few home games. Chelsea may have been successful in recent years but their attendances haven't really increased that much. Jose doesn't exactly make things any better with his chat and his boring style of play.

On the flip side, Arsenal, Utd and Liverpool games never go on general sale.

Utter rubbish mate!!!
I go now and again to the bridge but only a very few(cup games and 3 league games)went on general sale,and the league games were corporate only!!
#26
Chelsea have poor attendance and the fact that loads of seats have restricted views doesn't help and most of their fans are glory hunters :p
#27
brum
disgusting really.:x

but this is what happens when players get paid £125,000 per week, money must come from somewhere to cover the wages.

there are several clubs who have LOWERED their prices this season in the premiership. people should start supporting their local team a little more instead of glory hunting.


I agree.

I support my local team , Reading, and unlike most muppets who think all Reading fans have just appeared, I have supported Reading all my life - more than 35 years.

i refused to watch Chelsea last season like alot of diehard reading fans as a protest at the clubs arrogance re: one of players Stephen Hunt (not the best challenge but there was no intent to hurt), their constant diving out our place and their lucky win from their only (pinball) shot on target all game and their extortionate charge for a ticket.....Chelsea are not a good side either....boy did i enjoy the game at my father-in laws pub in Clapham with me and about 30 Chelsea fans....esp the flukey equaliser (not as flukey as the winner Chelsea scored at the Madstad) and i showed it too...the Chelsea fans just had no passion...typical glory hunters

Arsenal, man u and blackburn were the best sides we played last season. Worst sides were West ham, sheff utd (wish theyd stayed up as a guaranteed 6 points every season with Warnock in charge!!) and for the non-football Watford (although prob more sour grapes as we just cant beat them!!)

my predictions are that Shorey and Sidwell will be England regulars and after mclaren has made a hash of things (why was Shorey not called up earlier, oh sorry, he doesnt warm the bench of a big club), Coppell will take over the reigns

to be fair to Chelsea, should i?, I think prem league rules state that a certain number of tickets must be made available on general sale...10% or 3000 i think...i know at Reading we cant sell more than 19000 season tickets....as 2500 go to away supporters and 2500 go on general sale.

the reward for prem football is evident too, in the championship a season ticket gave you 23 games at £300 - the next season in the prem it was 19 games for £545...eek! everything else goes up too, but its the price to pay for watching prob the best league in the world.....and i am not complaining as ive seen too many games, 35+ years!, in the lower leagues!
#28
The Arsenal are the biggest club in London........why r we talkin about chelski! And £48 tickets. Paid £25 yesterday for 2 matches at the emirates!
#29
royals
I agree.

I support my local team , Reading, and unlike most muppets who think all Reading fans have just appeared, I have supported Reading all my life - more than 35 years.

i refused to watch Chelsea last season like alot of diehard reading fans as a protest at the clubs arrogance re: one of players Stephen Hunt (not the best challenge but there was no intent to hurt), their constant diving out our place and their lucky win from their only (pinball) shot on target all game and their extortionate charge for a ticket.....Chelsea are not a good side either....boy did i enjoy the game at my father-in laws pub in Clapham with me and about 30 Chelsea fans....esp the flukey equaliser (not as flukey as the winner Chelsea scored at the Madstad) and i showed it too...the Chelsea fans just had no passion...typical glory hunters

Arsenal, man u and blackburn were the best sides we played last season. Worst sides were West ham, sheff utd (wish theyd stayed up as a guaranteed 6 points every season with Warnock in charge!!) and for the non-football Watford (although prob more sour grapes as we just cant beat them!!)

my predictions are that Shorey and Sidwell will be England regulars and after mclaren has made a hash of things (why was Shorey not called up earlier, oh sorry, he doesnt warm the bench of a big club), Coppell will take over the reigns


reading fans were a decent bunch ( the ones i met) at the villa v reading game which was a down pour at villa park, we were also lucky to come away with a 2-1 victory.

i fear this thread has also gone waaaaaay off topic and could do with being moved to the random musing section.
#30
brum
ouch

i saw the albino is all healed up now. he needs to stay fit for you this season if you want any chance of a decent finish.

i wouldnt bother going if it were £48 per game, my team have changed the seating arrangements this season and given 2000 fans the chance to purchase season tickets in the new home fans bit for £200.

many clubs have done the decent thing and reduced the cost of tickets, especially as all clubs will get a huge amount at the end of the season through the new 3 year tv deal.

shame on chelsea for not treating the fans with respect.:x


cheapest reading season ticket is same as last season at £545....not surprising with one of the smallest grounds in the prem league.....although not for too much longer.....soon it will be 38500 which currently is above average for the prem....although with the money pouring in will soon be the smallest again..oh well!
#31
brum
reading fans were a decent bunch ( the ones i met) at the villa v reading game which was a down pour at villa park, we were also lucky to come away with a 2-1 victory.

i fear this thread has also gone waaaaaay off topic and could do with being moved to the random musing section.


yeh i went to that....most reading fans are pretty realistic....most didnt know how well our players would adapt to the prem...but we knew there were alot of **** players in the prem and our players play footy the right way in that its a joy to go to games.

i agree re: the game and reading probably deserved at least a draw - but thats the way it goes - strangely i thought Sonko deserved to be sent off as it looked like a pro-foul.....refs have a tough job...annnoyingly it took 4 hours to get there, got soaked, ran the last mile and missed the reading goal....grr.....a little quiet but good atmosphere when the locals woke up!

strange i have found that the fans so-called big clubs are so quiet....not sure if its because there is no rivalry or just impressed a team full of nobodies is tearing their team of stars to shreds (well some games)!! maybe the Brum, derby or sunderland can do the same next season, who knows.

reckon best signing villa made was getting oneill.....it will take him another season, but i think he's overpaid for average players
#32
royals
I support my local team , Reading, and unlike most muppets who think all Reading fans have just appeared, I have supported Reading all my life - more than 35 years.


Most Reading fans HAVE just appeared on the scene, in fairness.

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