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Blackburn Rovers vs. Birmingham - £10 Adults / £5 Kids, 9/4/11 @ Blackburn Rovers FC
Blackburn Rovers vs. Birmingham - £10 Adults / £5 Kids, 9/4/11 @ Blackburn Rovers FC

Blackburn Rovers vs. Birmingham - £10 Adults / £5 Kids, 9/4/11 @ Blackburn Rovers FC

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Massive Premier League game for both clubs.

On the back of Birmingham's 2v0 win against Bolton and Blackburn's superb defensive display against Arsenal at the weekend, and with the relegation battle wide open at the bottom, this is a cracker!

Tickets available online, in store in The Mall, Blackburn or at the ticket office, and, if seats are still available, on the day. 3pm kick-off.

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Well done Blackburn - these games need big support behind the team. Empty seats are no use to anyone.

hot, but all away tickets sold out by last Friday, had really hoped to get one as well

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alcopop

hot, but all away tickets sold out by last Friday, had really hoped to … hot, but all away tickets sold out by last Friday, had really hoped to get one as well



Were they the same price as these? Always wondered if the away tickets were the same as the home.
Edited by: "he6rt6gr6m" 4th Apr 2011

HOOOFFFFFFFFFFFF

Great price.I'll be at the Galpharm hoping we can stay unbeaten this year.
Up the Town

Would you pay £10 to watch paint dry??

Bought mine the day they went on sale. 2 in the JW upper. Huge game for Rovers. Hoping for a decent display.

Birmingham did the same deal for the away supporters, it's good to see clubs trying to pack out the grounds. And to all the negative commenters, no-one's forcing you to go and watch the game.

Town will bottle it, they always do!

hudds town

Great price.I'll be at the Galpharm hoping we can stay unbeaten this … Great price.I'll be at the Galpharm hoping we can stay unbeaten this year.Up the Town


Banned

Blackburn are the lesser of two evils.

Away tickets were the same price. Still might go are there many tickets left?

Banned

Birmingham beat Bolton 2-1 not 2-0 COLD jokes

great price, what a shame more games are not near this level, although the match may not be one for the "purists"

Another so called Premier club with no fans. Shocking.

Easy Action Baby

Another so called Premier club with no fans. Shocking.



what is it that shocks you?
that rovers somehow manage to stay in the premier league year upon year on minimal funding due to them being a town club with literally tens of other clubs within a 1 hour drive?

or that they try their best to reach out to potential new fans from a very poor, run down town by offering a great deal like this?

or something else?

they are not a so called premier league club. they are a premier league club

Hear, hear. After years on a shoestring at least the club is nearly solvent and has not amassed hundreds of millions of pounds of debt. John Williams, the clubs former chairman has kept the purse strings tight on the club for a reason because he could see the downfall of the likes of Portsmouth, Leeds, Rangers etc due to high spending. The current eleven could be sold for approximately £25-30 million. Single players are being sold for that every year.

roversnick

what is it that shocks you? that rovers somehow manage to stay in the … what is it that shocks you? that rovers somehow manage to stay in the premier league year upon year on minimal funding due to them being a town club with literally tens of other clubs within a 1 hour drive?or that they try their best to reach out to potential new fans from a very poor, run down town by offering a great deal like this?or something else?they are not a so called premier league club. they are a premier league club


Easy Action Baby

Another so called Premier club with no fans. Shocking.


you posting something sensible would be shocking.
Edited by: "flylife" 5th Apr 2011

I used to have a season ticket as they were a bargain but the fact they have appointed a tactically inept manager in Steve Kean has put me off! Blackburn would of been safe now it Big Sam was still about!

Good on Blackburn, just a shame it's a crap team they're playing against - c'mon Blackburn!

good price, i am a lfc fan, but dont mind Blackburn as my dad works for them.

Always a good away day at ewood .... great prices for both sets of supporters.

A good price for Premiership football, just a shame it's the two least entertaining teams in the Premiership playing. Expect 90 minutes of 6 foot centre halves hoofing it long to 6ft strikers and a 0-0 draw.

Wish anfield would give me a £10 seat for the game on Monday. Looked on the City site earlier and they want £46 for adults and £23 for under 16s which for a team who can't even beat West Brom is pretty scandalous!

haydnmcfc

Wish anfield would give me a £10 seat for the game on Monday. Looked on … Wish anfield would give me a £10 seat for the game on Monday. Looked on the City site earlier and they want £46 for adults and £23 for under 16s which for a team who can't even beat West Brom is pretty scandalous!



No-one is asking you to go - and hopefully Manc Sh!tty will get thrashed!

Edited by: "HesFamily4" 5th Apr 2011

HesFamily4

No-one is asking you to go - and hopefully Manc Sh!tty will get thrashed!


As a Liverpool fan you can't really call us "Man Sh!tty" after the game in August where we completely outplayed you. And you can't defend charging £70 for an adult and a child.

haydnmcfc

As a Liverpool fan you can't really call us "Man Sh!tty" after the game … As a Liverpool fan you can't really call us "Man Sh!tty" after the game in August where we completely outplayed you. And you can't defend charging £70 for an adult and a child.



I can, and I did call you Man Sh!tty. I have been to Anfield and it is well worth the money, whereas you would have to pay me to see the SECOND team in Manchetser - a team that definitely has more money than sense!

Won't be the second team in Manchester for too much longer, my friend. Your theory is that you would happily pay £45 to see the Premiership's 6th placed team, but the team in 3rd are so awful you would have to be paid to watch them. I don't really understand.

haydnmcfc

Won't be the second team in Manchester for too much longer, my friend. … Won't be the second team in Manchester for too much longer, my friend. Your theory is that you would happily pay £45 to see the Premiership's 6th placed team, but the team in 3rd are so awful you would have to be paid to watch them. I don't really understand.



Always has been and always will be the 2nd team. Would much rather watch many of the other teams in the premiership than MCFC, just because they play better football, and yes, Liverpool is one of them, Arsenal, Blackburn, Everton, West Ham, Wolves etc - if that is ok by you! Understand?
Edited by: "HesFamily4" 6th Apr 2011
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