Stickied League One Away Support Thread 22/23

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Allocated 3660ish at Posh, £28, can't see us selling it all on a Tuesday night mind.
 

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GMP seem to have not been fussed over the handbags last season at Bolton and we've got the 5k+ allocation again.
 

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Allocated 3660ish at Posh, £28, can't see us selling it all on a Tuesday night mind.
£28 at London Road, bloody hell. Got to be the most expensive L1 ticket? If not, very close to being.
 

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£28 at London Road, bloody hell. Got to be the most expensive L1 ticket? If not, very close to being.
Our Cat A* is same pricing but don't expect it being used often, Pompey was, probably Barnsley and Derby other two that will be
 

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Our Cat A* is same pricing but don't expect it being used often, Pompey was, probably Barnsley and Derby other two that will be
Thats good news, I doubt we will be Cat 1 for anyone!
I think we are 27 for the seats and 22 for the terrace
 

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£28 at London Road, bloody hell. Got to be the most expensive L1 ticket? If not, very close to being.

It was £30 at Ipswich last week, reasonable at Bolton, from £23 today against Wycombe, then goes up to £25 for Sheffield Wednesday, Sensible pricing because when we are paying £300 upward for energy per month this winter football will be the first thing binned for a lot of people if they think they are being shafted, Just hoping a pint in the ground is not going to go up too much but probably will
 
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Thats good news, I doubt we will be Cat 1 for anyone!
I think we are 27 for the seats and 22 for the terrace

Paid £26 for next Saturday at Wednesday.

Think Derby were charged £23 for today so doubt anyone will be paying more than that.
 

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532 Vale at Exeter, most probably wishing they'd paid for the iFollow stream instead.
 

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1400 approx GAS at Burton. Awaiting official figure... if they ever give them out?
 

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Saturday 6th August 2022
Barnsley 1-0 Cheltenham Town | 10,289 [413]
Bolton Wanderers 3-0 Wycombe Wanderers | 17,417 [416]
Burton Albion 0-4 Bristol Rovers | 3,363 [1,318]
Charlton Athletic 1-0 Derby County | 17,046 [3,072]
Exeter City 4-0 Port Vale | 6,701 [532]
Fleetwood Town 2-1 Plymouth Argyle | 3,713 [700*]
Forest Green Rovers 1-2 Ipswich Town | 4,015 [1,220]
MK Dons 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday | 13,241 [6,512]
Oxford United 1-0 Cambridge United | 8,057 [595]
Peterborough United 3-0 Morecambe | 7,691 [279]
Portsmouth 0-0 Lincoln City | 17,855 [481]
Shrewsbury Town 0-1 Accrington Stanley | 6,117 [186]

Crazy support from Sheff Wed!
 
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Saturday 6th August 2022
Barnsley 1-0 Cheltenham Town | 10,289 [413]
Bolton Wanderers 3-0 Wycombe Wanderers | 17,417 [416]
Burton Albion 0-4 Bristol Rovers | 3,363 [1,318]
Charlton Athletic 1-0 Derby County | 17,046 [3,072]
Exeter City 4-0 Port Vale | 6,701 [532]
Fleetwood Town 2-1 Plymouth Argyle | 3,713 [700*]
Forest Green Rovers 1-2 Ipswich Town | Cannot Find Attendance [1,220]
MK Dons 0-1 Sheffield Wednesday | 13,241 [6,512]
Oxford United 1-0 Cambridge United | 8,057 [595]
Peterborough United 3-0 Morecambe | 7,691 [279]
Portsmouth 0-0 Lincoln City | 17,855 [481]
Shrewsbury Town 0-1 Accrington Stanley | 6,117 [186]

Crazy support from Sheff Wed!
Wow. We got 2000 home fans. We are hardly well supported I know, but first home game we typically would have seen a gate today of 4500-4800. Which means 1500 plus have fucked off elsewhere instead of watching a Sunday league manager in a shirt and tie directing traffic.
 

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According to our club statistician on our forum, total attendance at our place was 4,015.
 

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That is class from Wednesday to be fair.
It is. It feels like half of Yorkshire are down here at the moment, so the fact that so many want to spend a warm Saturday in August in Milton Keynes is impressive
 
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That is class from Wednesday to be fair.
It is. Think we had 6,500 last year too. And with us having them at the end of the season near enough, I’d expect the same again.

It’s a weird away day is MK. Massive ground and decent facilities but it seems a bit of a waste when there’s less than 7,000 home fans in a 30k stadium. Just doesn’t feel right. Obviously MK is still growing as a club with it being relatively new and you’d hope for their sake that the attendances will improve over the coming years because a stadium like that deserves a bigger turnout. As incredible as the likes of us and Sheffield Wednesday (and derby I’d have thought) brining 6k, it would be great if there was double that for home fans. Milton Keynes isn’t a small area so there’s definitely hope.
 

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It is. Think we had 6,500 last year too. And with us having them at the end of the season near enough, I’d expect the same again.

It’s a weird away day is MK. Massive ground and decent facilities but it seems a bit of a waste when there’s less than 7,000 home fans in a 30k stadium. Just doesn’t feel right. Obviously MK is still growing as a club with it being relatively new and you’d hope for their sake that the attendances will improve over the coming years because a stadium like that deserves a bigger turnout. As incredible as the likes of us and Sheffield Wednesday (and derby I’d have thought) brining 6k, it would be great if there was double that for home fans. Milton Keynes isn’t a small area so there’s definitely hope.
You had 6850 but the plod have took 300 off the allocation this season
 

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It is. Think we had 6,500 last year too. And with us having them at the end of the season near enough, I’d expect the same again.

It’s a weird away day is MK. Massive ground and decent facilities but it seems a bit of a waste when there’s less than 7,000 home fans in a 30k stadium. Just doesn’t feel right. Obviously MK is still growing as a club with it being relatively new and you’d hope for their sake that the attendances will improve over the coming years because a stadium like that deserves a bigger turnout. As incredible as the likes of us and Sheffield Wednesday (and derby I’d have thought) brining 6k, it would be great if there was double that for home fans. Milton Keynes isn’t a small area so there’s definitely hope.
The only hope is they liquidate ASAP, horrific club & fan base, 6700 fans for a 1st home game after reaching the play offs is terrible, meanwhile Wimbledon had similar numbers for their 1st home game after about 6 months without a win & a relegation, the franchise experiment has long since failed, the football frenzy Winkleman promised will never happen, abort mission!
 

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It is. Think we had 6,500 last year too. And with us having them at the end of the season near enough, I’d expect the same again.

It’s a weird away day is MK. Massive ground and decent facilities but it seems a bit of a waste when there’s less than 7,000 home fans in a 30k stadium. Just doesn’t feel right. Obviously MK is still growing as a club with it being relatively new and you’d hope for their sake that the attendances will improve over the coming years because a stadium like that deserves a bigger turnout. As incredible as the likes of us and Sheffield Wednesday (and derby I’d have thought) brining 6k, it would be great if there was double that for home fans. Milton Keynes isn’t a small area so there’s definitely hope.
As I keep saying, the ground wasn't built for us, it was built with an eye to internationals and prestige events to put MK on the map. That was part of the planning permission. It has held Rugby world cup, internationals, the womens euro matches and concerts etc. We are owned by the stadium, not the other way round. Yes, it's too big for us and will be for a good while. Most footy fans in MK support premiershite.
 

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It was £30 at Ipswich last week, reasonable at Bolton, from £23 today against Wycombe, then goes up to £25 for Sheffield Wednesday, Sensible pricing because when we are paying £300 upward for energy per month this winter football will be the first thing binned for a lot of people if they think they are being shafted, Just hoping a pint in the ground is not going to go up too much but probably will
£30 for seats at Bristol Rovers and £28 to stand
We're charging £24 but I think if teams are taking the piss we should charge them what they are charging us.
Whatever happened to 20 is plenty?
 

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£30 for seats at Bristol Rovers and £28 to stand
We're charging £24 but I think if teams are taking the piss we should charge them what they are charging us.
Whatever happened to 20 is plenty?

That's odd, to say the least. I didn't go to our game at Bristol Rovers (train strike) last week, but my recollection is we were charged £24 for seats, £20 for standing - the latter being almost the nearest thing to a bargain in this league.
 

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Can't see tickets on sale for Bristol Rovers away, or any information on it so unsure on the £28/£30 quoted above? Games not for another 5 weeks.
 

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Can't see tickets on sale for Bristol Rovers away, or any information on it so unsure on the £28/£30 quoted above? Games not for another 5 weeks.

According to our upcoming game, it is £25 (terrace) and £30 seating:

 

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