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Liverpool v Manchester City - Charity Shield (Wembley - 04/08/19) - Tickets From £10
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Liverpool v Manchester City - Charity Shield (Wembley - 04/08/19) - Tickets From £10

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Posted 1st Aug
LIVERPOOL V MANCHESTER CITY
The FA Community Shield supported by McDonald's


Wembley Stadium

Sunday, 4 August
15:00
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Blimey, the liverpool allocation was all sold out last week. I thought city had fantastic support!
wassap01/08/2019 19:41

Blimey, the liverpool allocation was all sold out last week. I thought …Blimey, the liverpool allocation was all sold out last week. I thought city had fantastic support!


Small club with lots of money.
bondy.lad01/08/2019 20:16

Just a quick question, how many Liverpool fans have been arrested for …Just a quick question, how many Liverpool fans have been arrested for stoning city’s coach in champions league game?????? Even though 100s clearly videoed doing this!!! So it maybe if city have not sold allocation the fans may fear a repeat of this horrendous behavior, oh by the way answer to question is a big fat ZERO, how surprising.


LOL

The answer is ZERO because nobody stoned anything.

City haven't sold out - whilst LFC have - despite letting anyone buy up to 6 tickets at once because they are a small time club, funded by an Arab state, with very few fans
Being a City fan, I can tell you why we haven't sold out (and I'm going btw) and that is we will have been to Wembley 5 times in a year (not counting Spuds away). A return train ticket is £90+,cheapest FA Cup ticket was £115 and that all adds up.

Tickets might be 'from' £20 for an adult, but the average is nearer £30-£35 for this match.

We've been to Wembley prob a dozen times in the last 7-8 years, maybe more. It's an expensive do.

And seriously, all the bitterness on here about Oil Money. Yes we now have the financial clout to compete with, what for years, was Man U / Liverpool spending big on the best players and yet until last year our record signing was £45m, Yoonited was well over £100m...twice !

Lastly, and this will be an uncomfortable truth, but the Charity Shield is normally a relaxed day out, bit of banter with opposition fans and a good result is a bonus. Lots of families go, but won't risk it this time. There is a greater number of Liverpool fans who still seem to have a 1970's supporter mentality. We all saw the 'welcome' given to the Man City coach 15 months ago, yet even on this thread it's denied. Liverpool fans have a terrible reputation with other clubs, yet rather than drag themselves out of the '70s would rather constantly deny it, or claim it was someone elses fault.
Edited by: "Northerndave" 1st Aug
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Massive
Is there a code? Cheapest I can see is £20
Tinpot club
I wonder who’ll get the home changing rooms?(confused)
It says this event is not for sale? Anyone managed to find a ticket. Even if its £20.00?
Community Shield??
Blimey, the liverpool allocation was all sold out last week. I thought city had fantastic support!
wassap01/08/2019 19:41

Blimey, the liverpool allocation was all sold out last week. I thought …Blimey, the liverpool allocation was all sold out last week. I thought city had fantastic support!


Small club with lots of money.
Tried to purchase but when I got through to seat selection- “Event no longer on sale”
Just a quick question, how many Liverpool fans have been arrested for stoning city’s coach in champions league game?????? Even though 100s clearly videoed doing this!!! So it maybe if city have not sold allocation the fans may fear a repeat of this horrendous behavior, oh by the way answer to question is a big fat ZERO, how surprising.
bondy.lad01/08/2019 20:16

Just a quick question, how many Liverpool fans have been arrested for …Just a quick question, how many Liverpool fans have been arrested for stoning city’s coach in champions league game?????? Even though 100s clearly videoed doing this!!! So it maybe if city have not sold allocation the fans may fear a repeat of this horrendous behavior, oh by the way answer to question is a big fat ZERO, how surprising.


LOL

The answer is ZERO because nobody stoned anything.

City haven't sold out - whilst LFC have - despite letting anyone buy up to 6 tickets at once because they are a small time club, funded by an Arab state, with very few fans
So these videos shown on tv was city fans dressed as Liverpool fans, no wonder everyone hates .........and the Chelsea fans fired rockets into their own fans as well!!!
Does the tenner include a little plastic flag?
So I am an idiot for telling what happened and what DID not, ouch, just banged my head, off to USA to get diagnosed with concussion!!!! What an idiot I am imagining all that
Just ignore the trolls! Better to go onto their profile and mute them so you don't see anymore of their comments
The £10 price is for concessions.
bondy.lad01/08/2019 20:44

So I am an idiot for telling what happened and what DID not, ouch, just …So I am an idiot for telling what happened and what DID not, ouch, just banged my head, off to USA to get diagnosed with concussion!!!! What an idiot I am imagining all that



Had a few beers in the hot sun today pal?
bondy.lad01/08/2019 20:16

Just a quick question, how many Liverpool fans have been arrested for …Just a quick question, how many Liverpool fans have been arrested for stoning city’s coach in champions league game?????? Even though 100s clearly videoed doing this!!! So it maybe if city have not sold allocation the fans may fear a repeat of this horrendous behavior, oh by the way answer to question is a big fat ZERO, how surprising.


City have tried to use this to make themselves relevant ever since lol
Must be for Citeh fans. They failed to sell their ticket allocations for both cup finals
Don't worry ... Abu Dhabi will buy up all the remaining tickets so they can claim the allocation was sold. Just like they regularly buy up 6k+ seats for every home league game.
Gotta love Man City and the way they currently own the Domestic Quadruple of Trophies. One day in the future people will remember this time as the time that football was changed forever by one man. A genius. No other English club is matching it even with their non oil money too and the financial fair play restrictions on everyone just mean that all the snide remarks against City are just jealousy and cannot be backed up with facts.
Buy 1 get one free
wassap01/08/2019 19:41

Blimey, the liverpool allocation was all sold out last week. I thought …Blimey, the liverpool allocation was all sold out last week. I thought city had fantastic support!


They do, but they've been to Wembley 4 or 5 times this season, which is not a cheap do.
andy1234uk01/08/2019 22:44

They do, but they've been to Wembley 4 or 5 times this season, which is …They do, but they've been to Wembley 4 or 5 times this season, which is not a cheap do.


We went to Madrid.
hoglet01/08/2019 22:00

Must be for Citeh fans. They failed to sell their ticket allocations for …Must be for Citeh fans. They failed to sell their ticket allocations for both cup finals


This is wrong.
AdamBrunt01/08/2019 22:17

Don't worry ... Abu Dhabi will buy up all the remaining tickets so they …Don't worry ... Abu Dhabi will buy up all the remaining tickets so they can claim the allocation was sold. Just like they regularly buy up 6k+ seats for every home league game.


This is also wrong.
Wow, amazing seeing a "my team sold more tickets than yours" back and forth. Both are massive teams in a super rich league. Football, great stuff.

Good spot though Jublix
smicer0701/08/2019 22:49

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Even more sad, that it is a true statement.
fedex140101/08/2019 19:25

I wonder who’ll get the home changing rooms?(confused)



As the winners of the league Man City get it.
Shouldn’t they be paying you to suffer the pain of watching this!??
Does anyone think Liverpool will win the league again?
Being a City fan, I can tell you why we haven't sold out (and I'm going btw) and that is we will have been to Wembley 5 times in a year (not counting Spuds away). A return train ticket is £90+,cheapest FA Cup ticket was £115 and that all adds up.

Tickets might be 'from' £20 for an adult, but the average is nearer £30-£35 for this match.

We've been to Wembley prob a dozen times in the last 7-8 years, maybe more. It's an expensive do.

And seriously, all the bitterness on here about Oil Money. Yes we now have the financial clout to compete with, what for years, was Man U / Liverpool spending big on the best players and yet until last year our record signing was £45m, Yoonited was well over £100m...twice !

Lastly, and this will be an uncomfortable truth, but the Charity Shield is normally a relaxed day out, bit of banter with opposition fans and a good result is a bonus. Lots of families go, but won't risk it this time. There is a greater number of Liverpool fans who still seem to have a 1970's supporter mentality. We all saw the 'welcome' given to the Man City coach 15 months ago, yet even on this thread it's denied. Liverpool fans have a terrible reputation with other clubs, yet rather than drag themselves out of the '70s would rather constantly deny it, or claim it was someone elses fault.
Edited by: "Northerndave" 1st Aug
Northerndave01/08/2019 23:09

Being a City fan, I can tell you why we haven't sold out (and I'm going …Being a City fan, I can tell you why we haven't sold out (and I'm going btw) and that is we will have been to Wembley 5 times in a year (not counting Spuds away). A return train ticket is £90+,cheapest FA Cup ticket was £115 and that all adds up.Tickets might be 'from' £20 for an adult, but the average is nearer £30-£35 for this match.We've been to Wembley prob a dozen times in the last 7-8 years, maybe more. It's an expensive do. And seriously, all the bitterness on here about Oil Money. Yes we now have the financial clout to compete with, what for years, was Man U / Liverpool spending big on the best players and yet until last year our record signing was £45m, Yoonited was well over £100m...twice !Lastly, and this will be an uncomfortable truth, but the Charity Shield is normally a relaxed day out, bit of banter with opposition fans and a good result is a bonus. Lots of families go, but won't risk it this time. There is a greater number of Liverpool fans who still seem to have a 1970's supporter mentality. We all saw the 'welcome' given to the Man City coach 15 months ago, yet even on this thread it's denied. Liverpool fans have a terrible reputation with other clubs, yet rather than drag themselves out of the '70s would rather constantly deny it, or claim it was someone elses fault.


Oh here we go again. Liverpool fans are no better or worse than anyone else. You don't need to bring out the' someone else's fault' tabloid crap.
And families won't risk it? What a load of crap.
125 years? The club started in 2008 though
bondy.lad01/08/2019 20:16

Just a quick question, how many Liverpool fans have been arrested for …Just a quick question, how many Liverpool fans have been arrested for stoning city’s coach in champions league game?????? Even though 100s clearly videoed doing this!!! So it maybe if city have not sold allocation the fans may fear a repeat of this horrendous behavior, oh by the way answer to question is a big fat ZERO, how surprising.


The fans are afraid that the players coach will have stuff thrown at it so aren’t going to Wembley

Is that because there’s so few of them they are getting a lift?
Northerndave01/08/2019 23:09

Being a City fan, I can tell you why we haven't sold out (and I'm going …Being a City fan, I can tell you why we haven't sold out (and I'm going btw) and that is we will have been to Wembley 5 times in a year (not counting Spuds away). A return train ticket is £90+,cheapest FA Cup ticket was £115 and that all adds up.Tickets might be 'from' £20 for an adult, but the average is nearer £30-£35 for this match.We've been to Wembley prob a dozen times in the last 7-8 years, maybe more. It's an expensive do. And seriously, all the bitterness on here about Oil Money. Yes we now have the financial clout to compete with, what for years, was Man U / Liverpool spending big on the best players and yet until last year our record signing was £45m, Yoonited was well over £100m...twice !Lastly, and this will be an uncomfortable truth, but the Charity Shield is normally a relaxed day out, bit of banter with opposition fans and a good result is a bonus. Lots of families go, but won't risk it this time. There is a greater number of Liverpool fans who still seem to have a 1970's supporter mentality. We all saw the 'welcome' given to the Man City coach 15 months ago, yet even on this thread it's denied. Liverpool fans have a terrible reputation with other clubs, yet rather than drag themselves out of the '70s would rather constantly deny it, or claim it was someone elses fault.


Haha don’t be afraid Dave. It’s only a pre-season friendly
It says must have been to at least 1 home game to buy a ticket. Is there any other way to get a ticket to the match?
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