The 1882 Movement

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#41
Hello all, i've got a spare for the Panathanikos game if anyone fancies joining me in block 32?

Inbox me if you fancy it!
 

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So will these people be given priority over other mebers? I don't want to miss out on a FA cup ticket just because I am not in the choir. Seems harsh on the rest of us.
 

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Anyone who's never been but is going for the first time tomorrow enjoy. If you're under 25 you'll probaby have never experienced WHL quite like it... if you're over 25 you've proabably not for a long time.
 

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So will these people be given priority over other mebers? I don't want to miss out on a FA cup ticket just because I am not in the choir. Seems harsh on the rest of us.
No, there's no priority given to 1882. It's just an allocated section of the ground. You can buy tickets there if you want or you can buy tickets anywhere else, as you would normally.
 

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#51
Choir? you have no idea mate.

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So how does one join the movement? I will be at the game and look forward to hearing it (thank fuck for the non negative songs). Just seems odd that there could be designated seats for the movement when we sell out all of the time.
 

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No, there's no priority given to 1882. It's just an allocated section of the ground. You can buy tickets there if you want or you can buy tickets anywhere else, as you would normally.

Ah! That answers my question. So, if I fancy getting beered up and actually cheering I now know where to sit! Too often I get beered up and sit in a quiet area!
 

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So how does one join the movement? I will be at the game and look forward to hearing it (thank fuck for the non negative songs). Just seems odd that there could be designated seats for the movement when we sell out all of the time.
When you call the ticket office I think you just quote "1882" and they stick you in that section.
 

Case

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When you call the ticket office I think you just quote "1882" and they stick you in that section.
That was the case with the Barcelona NextGen game. It might not always be how it works though.

For Panathanaikos the club let us know which blocks we can have and people just bought in those blocks. You didn't quote 1882.

EDIT: Would be nice if that was how it worked all the time though. :)
 

eddiev14

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I booked seats with my mates in block 33 after seeing the post on the FC Facebook page a few weeks back, but now all I'm seeing is references to block 32 :(

Am I going to be in the wrong place or is block 33 going to be rocking too :)
 

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#58
Anyone who's never been but is going for the first time tomorrow enjoy. If you're under 25 you'll probaby have never experienced WHL quite like it... if you're over 25 you've proabably not for a long time.
Being exactly 25, I'm neither under nor over so haven't a clue what I should be expecting

I AM SO EXCITED! Proper football experience for the first time in my life. Despite a few Carling Cup finals and several games at the Lane, I have always wanted to be surrounded by Spurs fans going mental for the team. Fuck, had better get back to work so I can actually make it to the match.
 

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#59
I feel very jealous of those going tonight. will be my first 1882 i've missed out on. I'm quadrupley jealous of any 1882 virgins tonight.
 
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