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Discussion in 'Molineux Mix Archive' started by kwolf, Feb 21, 2015.

  1. kwolf

    kwolf Has a lot to say

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    there must be somebody on the mix that as watched german football there are a few of us thinking of going over for a weekend to watch a game how easy is it to get tickets and how can you book them up etc etc .
     
  2. wmlxb05

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    I've been to watch werder Bremen a few times. Lovely stadium, great atmosphere, great city. Fly direct from stanstead. Ring up the ticket office and collect on the day, they speak English. It's an experience.
     
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    It depends on who you want to go and watch to say how easy it is to get tickets, on the whole, relatively straight forward; with most can buy online.
     
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    Went to a Bayern champions league game, they were selling them officially right up until KO but there were also touts selling them. The touts will tell you it's sold out!

    But everyone in Germany speaks English, you can probably buy them a few days before from the satdium then enjoy the city
     
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    Went to Berlin last year, got ours from one of the club shops in the city centre on the day of the game.
     
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    I have been to 12 games in the last 2 years,most clubs have an English version of their website,some post to England,some you have to pick up at the stadium with I.D or at a tourist office,its easy to do.Apart from Dortmund and Bayern which I had to use the dreaded viagogo.Start in the Ruhr area lots of clubs within 1 hr of each other and base yourself in Cologne or Dusseldorf if you want a good nightout as well,plus with different kick off times you can see a few games,did 4 in one weekend earlier in the season.I normally fly easyjet from Luton,as fares are cheap £42 return to Dortmund for example.

    For atmosphere it would be Dortmund,but Moenchengladbach and Cologne or Schalke put anything over here to shame,Bochum in the 2nd division was decent.If you start here as well your match ticket will provide you with free local travel on the day of the match(check your ticket as it might be 3-5hrs before and after the game).The local U-bahn & S bahn is efficient and easy to use.Standing tickets(you will be very unlikely to get one at Dortmund or Schalke) have cost me between £9-15,it was £13.30 at Berlin last week.Oh and they have decent beer too:vollkommenauf:,go you won't be disappointed,anything you want to know you send a PM.
     
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    thanks jackdusty will do mate
     
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    Had a season ticket at one point for M'Gladbach, typical yo yo club then just my luck.

    The thing is look where you can get the cheapest direct flights to, from Brum I presume then pick a club from that, as good as the crowds are you can always get tickets for most normal games especially 6-8 weeks earlier. You can also fly to Amsterdam then get the train across to M'Gladbach about 3 hours I think which is sometimes cheaper & it makes a bit more of the trip.
     
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    Saw M'gladbach in a cup game in Dusseldorf but can recommend Cologne. The whole infrastructure demonstrates German efficiency. We could learn a lot. Great experience. You'll enjoy it.
     
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    I was a STH at Gladbach in the 1990's..the old ground was great atmosphere but the newer stadium is fantastic. With your match ticket for most German games you can get free bus transport to the grounds too. Prices are very decent compared to here and you can book online at most clubs websites, most have an English language option. Wherever you go to in Germany you will have a great match day experience. I have friends in Gladbach who could help getting tickets if you so desire.
     
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    You guys know more than me about how to get tickets here, well done.

    If you choose to come to Berlin, here are two links: for public transport (in english) which is excellent, and where we Wolves fans drink in the centrally located Blarney pub watching footy on Sky. Have fun!

    http://www.bvg.de/en/

    http://www.blarney-pub.de/
     
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    My friend and I did Inter v Dnipro in October, £12 a ticket with the Ultras lol, that was an experience i tell you lol
    FLybe to Milan was about £80 return, hotel £50 great little trip
     
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    Used to go to gladbach in the 90s too- in fact I believe Wiltshire Wolfie may have been my mums boss for NAAFI during that time!
    Not been to a game in Germany since the World Cup in 2006, but loved the atmosphere even then.
     
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    I can vouch for The Blarney,was in there last week.Off the tourist track so cheaper prices and easy to find.
     

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