Tickets for Manchester United fans for C…

Tickets for Manchester United fans for Chelsea away, although not confirmed on United’s Official Website yet, are reported to be £54 each. This is the highest price so far for a domestic away match for United fans to be forced to pay. United fans are already punished for supporting their team as they are forced to pay the highest price category at certain away grounds, whereas supporters of teams like Wigan and Blackpool will be charged less for the same away tickets. This is further evidence of many long standing united fans being priced out of watching the team home and away, due to rising prices. London aways are normally the most expensive anyway, but this price seems higher, as it’s gone well over the £50 mark. Chelsea FC won’t care though, as they know that the away section will sell out, as will the home sections for this match. This is especially due to Stamford Bridge’s limited capacity in comparison to The Emirates Stadium and Old Trafford.

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Steve Ferguson had taken over & re-branded The Faithful MUFC website back in the summer of 2014 and is now the owner and editor of the site. Steve, from Ashton-Under-Lyne in Greater Manchester, is a 35-year-old life long Manchester United fan, travelling over the globe to see the Reds play. Steve has been lucky enough to be at both the 1999 and 2008 Champions League finals, seeing Manchester United lift the biggest trophy in the World, none more exciting than that faithful night in Barcelona in 99. The website is a blog, but also hopes to deliver the latest Manchester United news from around the internet too, linked up with our growing twitter account which is @TheFaithfulMUFC, give it a follow as we will follow you back as soon as we can.

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  1. A similar thing happened in Germany I think between Borussia Dortumund and Shalke, and the Dortmund fans organised a successful boycott of the match despite it being their biggest derby of the season. This was over a 6 euro price increase as well, seems nothing in comparison really when the tickets are only 19 euros. If only English football fans were as organised and assertive as our German counterparts aye.

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