Sunday, August 22, 2010


I've just seen that - for particularly problematic fixtures - clubs are starting to get more creative than ever in trying to minimise the risks around football games.

The deal that Leeds United have with Millwall now is that Lions fans can only buy vouchers for the game. They have to exchange them for tickets at a designated motorway service station (to ensure that they don't travel by train).

1 comment:

Ivan said...

I liked the report the other day that the new Brighton & Hove Albion stadium was looking to go 'cashless'. Supporters would have a card that they'd use to buy pies etc in the stadium.
Who was developing this wonderful idea? American Express. What's the stadium called? The American Express Community Stadium. What would visiting supporters do? Use cash, of course.