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quality championship football at retro prices Huddersfield town vs Brighton £10 adults £5 over 65s and £1.00 for under 18s Thursday 2nd Feb

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Great price for football in this silly age where top flight footballer get £1m a month
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6 Likes #1
Always vote these hot,should be more of this.
5 Likes #2
Wouldn't it be great if the prices could always be like this!! Top game! two teams fighting for promotion. Heat added
#3
Voted hot. Of course you can always check out your local non-league games, where prices are always rock bottom.
#4
hot deal
2 Likes #5
Hope they beat the Brighton scum.

Don't mind 2nd but can't be having them winning the league! Can't wait to play them again next season after we stay up.

Just a shame prices like these don't happen very often anymore! :(
2 Likes #6
Hoping for a boring draw............ Mot
1 Like #7
Great prices. More clubs should do this.

MOT
#8
mattinhull
Hoping for a boring draw............ Mot


MoT
#9
As long as we beat Leeds I'm happy but a safer playoff place will be a bonus!
6 Likes #10
deanmiles25
Hope they beat the Brighton scum.
Don't mind 2nd but can't be having them winning the league! Can't wait to play them again next season after we stay up.
Just a shame prices like these don't happen very often anymore! :(
oh god ur not one of them a 'palace' fan?? i may have to pray for ur soul mon the seagulls ;)
#11
deanmiles25
Hope they beat the Brighton scum.
Don't mind 2nd but can't be having them winning the league! Can't wait to play them again next season after we stay up.
Just a shame prices like these don't happen very often anymore! :(
5th or 6th time this season at Huddersfield.
#12
Town are cracking for putting on games like this. (MOT).major heat coming from a leeds fan. (kids r Town fans tho)
1 Like #13
Excellent price , cmon Seagulls. Well done Huddersfield , great incentive for the fans.
1 Like #14
Great example. It would be great if other clubs followed suit at least occasionally and gave more fans a chance to see their team in action! Voted hot.
#15
MOT?
3 Likes #16
Smeeble
MOT?
Its a term Dirty Leeds use "marching on Together" although it could stand for "massively overrated tramps"

Dirty Leeds call Town fans DOG Botherers.. We certainly "bother" them and they do have DOG (Delusions of Grandeur)

Edited By: dodgymix on Jan 26, 2017 10:07
1 Like #17
This is class from a club in the top 6 playing another top 6 side.
Fair play to them
#18
dodgymix
Smeeble
MOT?
Its a term Dirty Leeds use "marching on Together" although it could stand for "massively overrated tramps"

Dirty Leeds call Town fans DOG Botherers.. We certainly "bother" them and they do have DOG (Delusions of Grandeur)


chill pal gave them heat
#19
excellent price. I'll take a draw. gets the room back on top if we win.
#20
somerset
Voted hot. Of course you can always check out your local non-league games, where prices are always rock bottom.

Huddersfield Town's non-league neighbours FC Halifax Town charge £16 entry for adults, so this offer really is rock bottom pricing.
2 Likes #21
deanmiles25
Hope they beat the Brighton scum.
Don't mind 2nd but can't be having them winning the league! Can't wait to play them again next season after we stay up.
Just a shame prices like these don't happen very often anymore! :(
Palace muppet by any chance?
3 Likes #22
Great price and hopefully this is on TV and should be a cracker.

Sorry Hudds people but Brighton for me and the little French magician scored a couple of crackers for us last time he was there so watch out for him!
#23
Towelie
Great price and hopefully this is on TV and should be a cracker.
Sorry Hudds people but Brighton for me and the little French magician scored a couple of crackers for us last time he was there so watch out for him!
Yeah it's on sky, as is hudds vs Leeds on the Sunday
#24
deanmiles25
Hope they beat the Brighton scum.

Don't mind 2nd but can't be having them winning the league! Can't wait to play them again next season after we stay up.

Just a shame prices like these don't happen very often anymore! :(


Sshhh,

England's best performing team of 2016 was Brighton and Hove Albion, 1st Place (just piping Chelsea).

England's worst performing team of 2016 was The Palarse Scum, 92nd Place (rock bottom)
#25
trickytree
This is class from a club in the top 6 playing another top 6 side.
Fair play to them
Please get real here - the price might be good, but how many seasons have Huddersfield spent in the top flight since 1975 (date chosen roughly at random) ? In other words, how many of their shirts will you see walking around places like Glasgow, Bristol, or even Norwich ?
This is a great price for those of you who live locally and support your local team, but even Leeds will still have fans outside of Yorkshire, and could probably get the same kind of support as Man City (a team who also went down a long way) if they had a few good runs.......but please don't tell me Huddersfield, Brighton, Palace etc could muster mega crowds in the near future, or get enough sponsorship money to become a global force.
It might be sad compared to 'the good old days', but the global market with all the television rights, merchandising and so on is where the money is, and it's that money you need to stay in Champions League contention, which in turn enables the fans to get some lovely foreign 'holidays'.
How many fans travel to your midweek away games on a wet January night, or go to away pre-season friendlies in Europe ? I've done both of those and met up with hundreds of others having a brilliant time away from the muppets.
I started following my team when they were in the old second division and stood on many cold wet terraces wondering if I'd get back safely to the station after the game, so not a glory hunter by any means.
Anyway, the world has changed, so enjoy your cheap night out all of you, and start saving your money in case you get promoted !
1 Like #26
MOT!
#27
Quality football and Brighton don't really go together.
#28
SEAGULLS!

(cheap post aimed at getting likes from both fans of Brighton AND fans of seagulls)
#29
kamenitzabrit
trickytree
This is class from a club in the top 6 playing another top 6 side.
Fair play to them
Please get real here - the price might be good, but how many seasons have Huddersfield spent in the top flight since 1975 (date chosen roughly at random) ? In other words, how many of their shirts will you see walking around places like Glasgow, Bristol, or even Norwich ?
This is a great price for those of you who live locally and support your local team, but even Leeds will still have fans outside of Yorkshire, and could probably get the same kind of support as Man City (a team who also went down a long way) if they had a few good runs.......but please don't tell me Huddersfield, Brighton, Palace etc could muster mega crowds in the near future, or get enough sponsorship money to become a global force.
It might be sad compared to 'the good old days', but the global market with all the television rights, merchandising and so on is where the money is, and it's that money you need to stay in Champions League contention, which in turn enables the fans to get some lovely foreign 'holidays'.
How many fans travel to your midweek away games on a wet January night, or go to away pre-season friendlies in Europe ? I've done both of those and met up with hundreds of others having a brilliant time away from the muppets.
I started following my team when they were in the old second division and stood on many cold wet terraces wondering if I'd get back safely to the station after the game, so not a glory hunter by any means.
Anyway, the world has changed, so enjoy your cheap night out all of you, and start saving your money in case you get promoted !

All teams have their time in the spotlight
Huddersfield were first team to do back to back top flight championships and only Man U, Liverpool and arsenal have done it since

As for travelling abroad

I do that with my mates once or twice a year and we'll watch foreign teams

Who wants to go to Spain / Italy / turkey were you can easily get stabbed

As for you money comment

The Huddersfield chairman is probably one of the richest English owners in the football leagues including premiership.. he sold his last business for a third of a billion

Unfortunately or sensibly he doesnt throw money down the drain and he treats the fans well..


If Huddersfield get promoted he's promised £100 seasons tickets for all loyal fans who have a season ticket for every years he's been there


Edited By: dodgymix on Jan 26, 2017 22:53
#30
Great stuff. My team Royals/Reading have been doing offers too exactly like this, plus they charge £20 max for away supporters. Then we played Manure in our worst performance of the season by a mile - who wanted a crazy £46 a ticket for the fa cup game - we took 6K fans but wouldve taken 10K+ but loads of fans boycotted it...and they wonder why other fans hate them - t***ers

Edited By: royals on Jan 26, 2017 23:45
#31
kamenitzabrit
trickytree
This is class from a club in the top 6 playing another top 6 side.
Fair play to them
Please get real here - the price might be good, but how many seasons have Huddersfield spent in the top flight since 1975 (date chosen roughly at random) ? In other words, how many of their shirts will you see walking around places like Glasgow, Bristol, or even Norwich ?
This is a great price for those of you who live locally and support your local team, but even Leeds will still have fans outside of Yorkshire, and could probably get the same kind of support as Man City (a team who also went down a long way) if they had a few good runs.......but please don't tell me Huddersfield, Brighton, Palace etc could muster mega crowds in the near future, or get enough sponsorship money to become a global force.
It might be sad compared to 'the good old days', but the global market with all the television rights, merchandising and so on is where the money is, and it's that money you need to stay in Champions League contention, which in turn enables the fans to get some lovely foreign 'holidays'.
How many fans travel to your midweek away games on a wet January night, or go to away pre-season friendlies in Europe ? I've done both of those and met up with hundreds of others having a brilliant time away from the muppets.
I started following my team when they were in the old second division and stood on many cold wet terraces wondering if I'd get back safely to the station after the game, so not a glory hunter by any means.
Anyway, the world has changed, so enjoy your cheap night out all of you, and start saving your money in case you get promoted !

Chill Winston.
I'm a Forest fan and had a season ticket for 20 years from 1992 to 2010-11 season. This included the dizzy heights of being in the QF of the Eufa Cup to being in L1 for a couple of seasons!
So I will not be going to this game no matter how much they charge but can appreciate a deal when I see it.

I will be returning when my 2 kids that I have had recently are old enough to appreciate it......if we can afford it.
#32
BigPlonker
Quality football and Brighton don't really go together.


The fact they are top of the League and were the best performing team in England in 2016 prove you very wrong :{

What a plonker.
#33
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