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Everton handed 3,000 tickets for Wolfsburg

29/10/2014  Comments (23)  jump
Everton have been given an allocation of 2,964 tickets for the visit to Wolfsburg next month.

The 30,000-seater Volkswagen Arena has a capacity 20,000 less than Lille's Stade Pierre Mauroy but Evertonians are again expected to travel in large numbers.

Tickets priced between 15.00 and 22.00 go on sale next week starting with season ticket holders with 6+ away Premier League credits on Tuesday.

A number of restricted-views tickets priced at 13.50 will be sold last.

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Paul Hewitt
1 Posted 29/10/2014 at 17:47:31
3,000 tickets? We're going to need a lot more than that.
Rob Halligan
2 Posted 29/10/2014 at 18:55:59
Only a small ground, though, Paul. I doubt the Germans will be as accommodating as the French in terms of increasing our allocation. They have given us 10%, I think, which is not too bad.
Paul Hewitt
3 Posted 29/10/2014 at 19:00:46
True ,Rob; it won't stop fans going over though.
Christopher Wallace
4 Posted 29/10/2014 at 19:17:50
Germans know how to do it:

Great stadiums
Cheap tickets
Sold out every week
All fans in colours
All fans singing and bouncing
Standing areas
Great transport
Beer readily available each stage of the journey to the ground

Amazing how much A bit of organisation and common sense can do to improve the best time of the week.

Rob Halligan
5 Posted 29/10/2014 at 19:22:44
I agree, Christopher. At Nuremburg, they had outside bars which were full of Blues right outside the ground. At Wolfsburg in the pre-season friendly 4 years ago, we where in their supporters club adjacent to one end of the stadium and not a bit of bother in sight.

It should be a great atmosphere during the day.

John Raftery
6 Posted 29/10/2014 at 21:06:48
Looking forward to a good day in Hannover followed by a match which could decide who wins the group. Wolfsburg looked stronger in Krasnodar than they did a few weeks ago so it should be a real test. Roberto will need to field our best available team and let the Spurs game take care of itself.
Gavin Ramejkis
7 Posted 29/10/2014 at 22:36:04
Wolfsburg has a Business Neutral section you could have bought from; had mine for weeks, arrived next day.
Harold Matthews
8 Posted 29/10/2014 at 22:41:57
Christopher. Yes, there will probably be a full house but don't get the idea that all German stadiums are packed every week. BT Sport often serve up a Bundesliga match with as many empty seats as spectators. Something never seen in the Premier League.

That said, the cheap tickets, excellent transport and good beer sound very attractive.

Danny Broderick
9 Posted 29/10/2014 at 23:06:58
They have the biggest attendances in Europe in Germany, Harold. It's just that they have the biggest stadiums also!
Trevor Lynes
10 Posted 29/10/2014 at 23:43:55
Wolfsburg have improved since we met them and I reckon they will qualify with us from this group. We will need to be at our best to get any sort of result.
Trevor Lynes
11 Posted 30/10/2014 at 00:04:24
Wolfsburg have won all their last five games and are joint 2nd in the league to Bayern.
Kieran Fitzgerald
12 Posted 30/10/2014 at 08:48:01
Another away point then. If this is the toughest remaining fixture in the group then take a point and run. We should have enough against Lille and Kransnor to qualify from the group. If Wolfsburg have improved that much then they'll do us a favour by taking points off the other two as well.

Swansea on Saturday. They've played mid-week in the cup. We will have had a full week to prepare. Hopefully a win against them will set us up nicely for the Europa League game and then take some of the pressure off for the next league game the following week.

Harold, can't go far wrong with German beer.

Kieran Fitzgerald
13 Posted 30/10/2014 at 08:55:28
Morning coffee still hasn't fully kicked in. The Wolfsburg Europa League game isn't until mid November. D'oh.
Harold Matthews
14 Posted 30/10/2014 at 13:54:12
Yes Trevor. Watched Wolfsburg the other day. Very impressive. De Bruyne looked a class apart but the overall tempo was slower than the Premier League.
Brian Waring
15 Posted 30/10/2014 at 14:17:18
Biggest worry for me is Roberto's tactics for the away games in Europe: just too negative – slow the game down, defend deep, keep it tight and hope to nick one on the break. Krasnodar and Lille both had decent chances in the early stages of our games against them, and with better finishing/ luck, both could have been a couple in front.

I just think Wolfsburg will punish us and put their chances away.

Tony J Williams
16 Posted 30/10/2014 at 15:29:50
Wolfsburg away will be a damage limitation exercise methinks.
Scott Stevenson
17 Posted 30/10/2014 at 18:26:21
Wolfsburg are selling to anyone in their business section. It's to the right side of the away fan section. Blocks 26 & 27. I've just purchased 2 tickets this afternoon... just go on their website. Dead easy... Coyb
Trevor Lynes
18 Posted 31/10/2014 at 14:01:59
Brian !That is exactly the way that virtually every away team plays.

Moyes had us playing that way at home and away.

I remember season after season when we had the best defensive records in the league and tended to score from set pieces.We played spoiling football and we were awful to watch.I just say BEWARE Wolfsburg !!

Sean O'Brien
19 Posted 31/10/2014 at 15:27:40

Apologies for posting here but could not find the tickets thread.
After the allocation has been announced I now have 4 spare tickets for Wolfsburg - actually in my possession. These are in the neutral section, block 37, row 7 seats 1 - 4. They were 19 Euro each with 3 Euro booking/posting fee (which was for all 4 and I will swallow the fee). Anyone interested please let me know - Sean - 07904 014901

Dick Fearon
20 Posted 01/11/2014 at 07:23:22
30,000 Western City Wanderers fans are allowed a maximum of 14 tickets and that is for the second leg of the Asian Club Champions league against Saudi club Al -Hillal.
It will be played tomorrow in a sell out stadium holding 60,000.

Brian Waring
21 Posted 01/11/2014 at 14:06:12
Trevor I agree a lot of teams play that way away from home in Europe, the difference for me though is Lille and Krasnodor are hardly top teams that we needed to play that way against, IMO if we had gone up a couple of gears we could have beaten both comfortably.
David Booth
22 Posted 02/11/2014 at 20:05:24
Bought mine (x3) in early September in section 28, right next to where I believe the official Everton allocation is.

With typical German efficiency, they arrived two days later in the post.

Judging by the way that several blocks either side of the away section filled-up rather rapidly, I suspect, like Lille, we have as many unofficial fans there as official...

Hope the beer's a bit cheaper though: ٥/8 Euros a time in Lille was a bit of a shocker!


Brian Burns
23 Posted 03/11/2014 at 17:38:26
Anyone know other than Sports options, NSNO and Everton doing day return to Wolfsburg? Got tickets but can only get one day off

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