I'd like to add to my list of grounds too, but not for a while yet - I want to get use out of my Arsenal membership now that I've got it. Would try away matches too, but you need a different club membership for that
Wembley (old) Herne Bay - my local team once Reading (obviously!) at least 5 or 6 games a season for the last 5 years, saw 9 games last season Gillingham a few times Whitstable (10 mins from here once) Wembley (new)
Grounds I've seen, those off the top of my head Villa Park City of Manchester Old Trafford White Hart Lane
Hoping to also go to White Hart Lane to see the Spurs-Reading game just after Christmas, and the Bromley-Maidenhead game in January. My dad and I were planning to go and see Reading away games at some of the London Premiership grounds last season, with it being the club's first season in the prem and all. But due to having to pick up paper tickets from Reading (which living 2 hours away just isn't conceivable) plus cost of some games, and a desire to go to a lot of the home games this season, thats fizzled out.
Post by WalkinginawinterwonderlAndy on Oct 31, 2007 13:25:15 GMT 1
Think there's one on their website It was a good open game, standard of play was strong, French had the better of it early on, our goalie made 2 excellent saves, before we took the lead with a sublime chip over the goalie. French equalised almost straight away, and the half ended 1-1. We then stayed until the 62 minute when it was pretty even and not as exciting. However the French rallied and scored in the 69th and 82nd minutes. Crowd, over 1000, buggers wouldn't let us in the seating stand though Sam really enjoyed it. We'll be back to take in a Town league game in the coming season as well. My dad has also asked if we could take in some Championship games this season