England games confirmed

BoroFur

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No. England supporters travel club members get it first as always. Also England supporters club members (home games only) get it too.
Who knows. If it's a limited attendance and the authorities wish to avoid an influx of travelling supporters then the FA may just decide to 'keep it local' :unsure:
 

Mr.DerbyCountyFC

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Who knows. If it's a limited attendance and the authorities wish to avoid an influx of travelling supporters then the FA may just decide to 'keep it local' :unsure:
Don’t think so but who knows. It’ll be 10k which means England supporters club and England supporters travel club members only I’d say.
 

Mr.DerbyCountyFC

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No chance.
No chance? Lol. At the moment it’s behind closed doors until things change. If it does allow fans in then it’ll be England supporters club members and England supporters travel club members.
See link below. Through the FA ticketing NOT MIDDLESBROUGH FC. I know my stuff on these things anyway. I’m England travel club members for years and this have done it when England played at Manchester City Leicester City Southampton Leeds United recently. Unlucky mate you might don’t like to hear it but you’re wrong as always. 👍🤣



As things stand, the fixtures are scheduled to be played behind-closed-doors but we'll continue to liaise with relevant authorities and explore the possibility of supporters being in attendance.


Should it be deemed safe for fans to attend then any ticketing arrangements will be communicated via the FA and not Middlesbrough FC. Both matches will be televised live on ITV.

https://www.thefa.com/news/2021/apr/07/england-set-for-summer-double-at-middlesbrough-20210407
 

weemoby

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Great news for the club and the area.
I hope a load of local kids can get in, we need to get the next generation of Riverside regulars sorted.
 

Lemmy_kilmister

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Ben Houchen has appeared on social media trumpeting this.
Fair enough, but there appears to be a lot of replies on FB saying 'great work... Well done Ben'.
Haven't seen one from him saying 'actually it wasn't me' though.
I have asked him if he was directly involved mind. I await his reply.
 

Kosovo

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Had a quick look on jokerlands forum. All going on about us have small crowds so perfect choice for limited numbers. Think them to$$ers forget about having to close part of their ground when they got relegated. Also a lot of them would also leave at half time if they could be bother turning up for the game at all.
 
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joeydiaz

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No chance? Lol. At the moment it’s behind closed doors until things change. If it does allow fans in then it’ll be England supporters club members and England supporters travel club members.
See link below. Through the FA ticketing NOT MIDDLESBROUGH FC. I know my stuff on these things anyway. I’m England travel club members for years and this have done it when England played at Manchester City Leicester City Southampton Leeds United recently. Unlucky mate you might don’t like to hear it but you’re wrong as always. 👍🤣



As things stand, the fixtures are scheduled to be played behind-closed-doors but we'll continue to liaise with relevant authorities and explore the possibility of supporters being in attendance.


Should it be deemed safe for fans to attend then any ticketing arrangements will be communicated via the FA and not Middlesbrough FC. Both matches will be televised live on ITV.

https://www.thefa.com/news/2021/apr/07/england-set-for-summer-double-at-middlesbrough-20210407
We’ll see pal 🤡
 

EuropeTwice

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Had a quick look on jokerlands forum. All going on about us have small crowds so perfect choice for limited numbers. Think them to$$ers forget about having to close part of their ground when they got relegated. Also a lot of them would also leave at half time if they could be bother turning up for the game at all.
In a word ... Jealousy
 

Sheriff_John_Bunnell_ret

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Had a quick look on jokerlands forum. All going on about us have small crowds so perfect choice for limited numbers. Think them to$$ers forget about having to close part of their ground when they got relegated. Also a lot of them would also leave at half time if they could be bother turning up for the game at all.
To be fair our crowds have been **** this season.
 

ska66

Member
Am pretty sure the rules are 10k or 25% whichever is smaller.............so crowd will be limited to 8.5k
 

Piccadilly Day Tripper

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Had a quick look on jokerlands forum. All going on about us have small crowds so perfect choice for limited numbers. Think them to$$ers forget about having to close part of their ground when they got relegated. Also a lot of them would also leave at half time if they could be bother turning up for the game at all.
Not to mention the risk of traipsing through human **** because one of them forgot to bring their own plastic carrier bag after two pieces of chocolate.

 

Lemmy_kilmister

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Ben Houchen has appeared on social media trumpeting this.
Fair enough, but there appears to be a lot of replies on FB saying 'great work... Well done Ben'.
Haven't seen one from him saying 'actually it wasn't me' though.
I have asked him if he was directly involved mind. I await his reply.
He didn't reply
 
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