Date: 21st August 2007 at 10:52am
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The Villa v Fulham game this Saturday at Villa Park is a Value Match

Tickets are £10 for adults and £5 for juniors.

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Be interesting to see what attendance we get for the visit of the Cottagers following the sell out against Liverpool. I guess a few star signings would have got more bums on seats but with record season ticket sales we should still be over 32 000 for the game surely?

 

9 Replies to “Villa v Fulham Is A Value Game”

  • I’m confused. I got an e-mail saying adult tickets from £10, but when I went to book a ticket for my dad the cheapest I could find was Upper North Stand for £15.

  • Doubt the part timers will show, they only want to see the big guns, and even then, the Witton and Trinity gets swamped by away fans, like at Liverpool last week, must have been 30 or 40 scousers in our block !! needs to be sorted. 32000 sounds about right Fear, lets hope for more. And lets spoil Davo’s return. UTV

  • £10 for the North Stand Lower Deano, but there never is any when you ring, I tried for my mate and his son. Its just a sales ploy me thinks, especialy when they have sold out of season tickets for the NS Lower.

  • Yeah it must be a slaes ploy. Online you dont get the opportunity to even select the North Stand Lower!

  • I phoned up yesterday and got two adult tickets for £10 in the Lower North, so there are some available!

  • might be worth mentioning in the Generals thread then, if they aren’t available they shouldn’t be emailing out to us all about it.

  • It will be very, very interesting to see the attendance figure for this game, following on from the opening day sell out against Liverpool. This is definitely the type of run of the mill fixture that your part time, couch potato supporter gives the thumbs down to, and decides to stay away. We should in my opinion pull in around the 38,000 mark, but sadly I feel we’ll be lucky to get 32,000 diehards.

  • Bank holiday weekend at the end of the month of August(main holiday month), i would guess the crowd may be a little lower than most weeks.

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