Gather outside the stadium for the home leg?

Shiggy

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Personally think it would be a great idea to be there outside the ground when the players arrive for the play off game.
 

Eternaloptimist

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I haven’t got a ST this season but they should let every ST holder in as a minimum.

2,000 in South
2,000 in North
Get both ends rocking.

It was fine at Wembley so should be fine here. None of this social distancing shite.
That would be great but I reckon 2’000 would be the absolute max
 

Pauls_Boutique

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That would be great but I reckon 2’000 would be the absolute max
According to the roadmap - not before 17th May:

‘Sporting events in outdoor venues with a capacity of 4,000 people or half-full (whichever is a lower number). In the largest outdoor seated venues, where crowds can be spread out, up to 10,000 people will be able to attend (or a quarter-full, whichever is lower).’

I think they sold 4300 season tickets so a small %age may just miss out.
 

TangerineBayern

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I've heard that those that got the golden tickets against Swindon will not be allowed this time as it will be the other 3000 ST holders plus the winners from a raffle held in the Armfield Club but for those who have joined the club only!
 

Martonmosser

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According to the roadmap - not before 17th May:

‘Sporting events in outdoor venues with a capacity of 4,000 people or half-full (whichever is a lower number). In the largest outdoor seated venues, where crowds can be spread out, up to 10,000 people will be able to attend (or a quarter-full, whichever is lower).’

I think they sold 4300 season tickets so a small %age may just miss out.
The small percentage might not be able to make it anyway. I know 1 season ticket holder who definitely won’t be there due to a pre arranged appointment
 

Steve_tangerine

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10'000 or 25% (whichever is lower) of capacity will be allowed in the ground. In our case thats just over 4000. Aka season ticket holders
 

Wizaard

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I've heard that those that got the golden tickets against Swindon will not be allowed this time as it will be the other 3000 ST holders plus the winners from a raffle held in the Armfield Club but for those who have joined the club only!
Luckily with my season ticket, Armfield Club, BST and Yorkshire Seasiders memberships I'm due to get 4 tickets, more than enough to develop my own social distancing space 🤣
 

JJpool

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Id love to be in there but no ST....am thinking of hiring a cherry picker to be outside the Stadium and see over the back of the east.

Should give a few of us a lift.... 🙃

Either that or a hot air balloon....
 

Pauls_Boutique

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First legs are Tuesday 18th & Wednesday 19th and currently down as 6pm kick offs, which might change if fans are to attend.

Seconds legs are Friday 21st at 7.45 and Saturday 22nd at 3pm.
 

Sooty59

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Id love to be in there but no ST....am thinking of hiring a cherry picker to be outside the Stadium and see over the back of the east.

Should give a few of us a lift.... 🙃

Either that or a hot air balloon....
You would only catch a glimpse in a hot air balloon & probably end up over Preston 😂 😂 😂
 

NAPMer

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22k apparently
11k for each club. Think it would only be fair to offer each season ticket holder two tickets each and then maybe go down to last season's season ticket holders. Of course were not there yet and I'd imaginable a sizeable amount of people still wouldn't want to go.
 

bfcpete

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11k for each club. Think it would only be fair to offer each season ticket holder two tickets each and then maybe go down to last season's season ticket holders. Of course were not there yet and I'd imaginable a sizeable amount of people still wouldn't want to go.
The EFL will hold some back for official/ corporate, so each club won't get half each
 
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