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Re: Leeds United Fixtures & Fixture Changes

Postby Nic » 01 Apr 2019, 20:05

BrighouseWhite wrote:Hoping the Villa game doesn't get moved, I booked time off work so I can go.
It won't all the final games are held on the same day so no one has advantage of knowing results
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Re: Leeds United Fixtures & Fixture Changes

Postby SCOTTISH LEEDS » 01 Apr 2019, 20:22

Nic wrote:
BrighouseWhite wrote:Hoping the Villa game doesn't get moved, I booked time off work so I can go.
It won't all the final games are held on the same day so no one has advantage of knowing results


Last round of games are Sunday the 5th May when we are at Ipswich,they all kick off at 12.30pm.

Villa is the last home game on saturday the 27th April.
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Re: Leeds United Fixtures & Fixture Changes

Postby Nic » 01 Apr 2019, 21:32

SCOTTISH LEEDS wrote:
Nic wrote:
BrighouseWhite wrote:Hoping the Villa game doesn't get moved, I booked time off work so I can go.
It won't all the final games are held on the same day so no one has advantage of knowing results


Last round of games are Sunday the 5th May when we are at Ipswich,they all kick off at 12.30pm.

Villa is the last home game on saturday the 27th April.
Ah yes, my mistake :silent:
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Re: Leeds United Fixtures & Fixture Changes

Postby PockWhite » 05 Apr 2019, 13:35

Villa game moved for Sky. Sunday 28th noon kick off.
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Re: Leeds United Fixtures & Fixture Changes

Postby Barlow Boy » 05 Apr 2019, 14:11

PockWhite wrote:Villa game moved for Sky. Sunday 28th noon kick off.

The Player Of The Year ceremony, which was on the Saturday, has now also been moved to the Sunday night.
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Re: Leeds United Fixtures & Fixture Changes

Postby Barlow Boy » 09 Apr 2019, 15:01

Another Northern Soul wrote:
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Leicester White wrote:Ipswich away is my 50th birthday... I've got 2 home season tickets but don't do away days because of family commitments. This one's DIFFERENT! How do I get away tickets and how many could I get?

I could be wrong, but that game will probably go to loyalty, so I suspect you have very little chance of grabbing a ticket.

Keep an eye on the official website nearer the time.


No disrespect Kev BB but I think you will be wrong about it, I suspect it will be a first come first served basis as Ipswich should/will give us a large allocation. Nonetheless, it's going to be chaotic getting tickets for it as it's the last match of the season (we hope, with auto promotion) plus it's a bank holiday weekend. It's usually loyalty-based if limited ticket allocation, I think (?)

According to this, we have only been given 2,000 tickets for Ipswich :thumbdown:

https://www.itfc.co.uk/news/2019/april/ ... eeds-game/
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Re: Leeds United Fixtures & Fixture Changes

Postby Another Northern Soul » 09 Apr 2019, 15:06

Barlow Boy wrote:
Another Northern Soul wrote:
Barlow Boy wrote:
Leicester White wrote:Ipswich away is my 50th birthday... I've got 2 home season tickets but don't do away days because of family commitments. This one's DIFFERENT! How do I get away tickets and how many could I get?

I could be wrong, but that game will probably go to loyalty, so I suspect you have very little chance of grabbing a ticket.

Keep an eye on the official website nearer the time.


No disrespect Kev BB but I think you will be wrong about it, I suspect it will be a first come first served basis as Ipswich should/will give us a large allocation. Nonetheless, it's going to be chaotic getting tickets for it as it's the last match of the season (we hope, with auto promotion) plus it's a bank holiday weekend. It's usually loyalty-based if limited ticket allocation, I think (?)

According to this, we have only been given 2,000 tickets for Ipswich :thumbdown:

https://www.itfc.co.uk/news/2019/april/ ... eeds-game/


Yes I heard that, TBH it's a disappointing surprise. Perhaps Ipswich will see more sense and increase the allocation, if we're in the hunt for auto-promotion then there will be many fans travelling without match tickets who just want to be 'there'.
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Re: Leeds United Fixtures & Fixture Changes

Postby Barlow Boy » 09 Apr 2019, 15:13

I’ve no idea (perhaps you do ANS), whether it’s the Ipswich club or Ipswich police who have put forward such an allocation.

If it’s the latter, I repeat I don’t know, but surely it would have been better to give us say 7,000 so all the Leeds fans are in the ground and the authorities know where they are. Now, and as you say, with several fans potentially traveling without tickets, it will be utter carnage in Ipswich town centre with fans all over the place.

I’ve got my accommodation booked already, unsure whether I’ll go without a ticket though.
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Re: Leeds United Fixtures & Fixture Changes

Postby Another Northern Soul » 09 Apr 2019, 16:52

Barlow Boy wrote:I’ve no idea (perhaps you do ANS), whether it’s the Ipswich club or Ipswich police who have put forward such an allocation.

If it’s the latter, I repeat I don’t know, but surely it would have been better to give us say 7,000 so all the Leeds fans are in the ground and the authorities know where they are. Now, and as you say, with several fans potentially traveling without tickets, it will be utter carnage in Ipswich town centre with fans all over the place.

I’ve got my accommodation booked already, unsure whether I’ll go without a ticket though.


Same here bud. I think people were expecting 4k allocation at least... I've heard but don't know for certain that it's both the club and the police's decision.
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Re: Leeds United Fixtures & Fixture Changes

Postby Selby White » 09 Apr 2019, 18:25

Seems even more pathetic when you consider Ipswich average under 18,000 in a stadium that holds 30,000.

They have yet to fill it this season.
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