Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by adz-a32, 12 Aug 2019.
Seem to be all sold out
My dad is currently on the phone about buying them, don’t know if he’s got through yet.
I tried online and phone line is busy
Yh my dad just text me, it’s sold out
You can get tickets for the block behind the goals nearest the city fans, if you don't mind sitting with the Reading lot, tickets for 18 to 24 year olds are just £13, under 17 just £8. Got a family member who works for Reading fc.
Are the seats by the half way line good?
Would say so yes, it's a pretty decent stadium, the cheap seats though are behind the goals near to the away fans I think. Can't see a problem with you ordering online as you've got a London postcode so it won't ring alarm bells with them thinking the soul crew youth are invading their seats.
Just had a look and you can get seats near the halfway line for the same price £13 if you are 18 to 24, good prices for youngsters there fair play.
Always getting the most out of my money
Couldn’t sit with their fans, wouldn’t be able to contain myself if we ended up scoring
You'll be fine then.
I will have to try to
'Get into them, fuck them up'
we're reading we're reading we'll kick your fucking head in
Me and 6 of our lot sat in the home end at elm Park for the famous fa cup replay back in the 90s, can't remember the locals being hostile when Carl Dale scored and we went mental
The last time I went to their old ground for a cup game I got hit on the head by a 50p piece
Got mine early because I did Wigan (a). Man I love white privilege
Good ol' chant from Reading away playoffs, what a shit game that was great atmosphere though
Cracking day out that was, if i remember rightly it was a week or so after our visit to Fulham and Jimmy Hill said that we are scum of the earth and never welcomed back at Fulham.
My mate got arrested for throwing his shoe in to the Reading end, not bad considering he fare dodged all the way to reading by locking himself in the bogs from Cardiff Central.
Fun days they were