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From their OS today:

 

WEMBLEY TICKET SALES CHANGE

Posted on: Wed 10 Mar 2010

 

Due to the impending sell-out of Southampton's allocation of Wembley tickets for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final on Sunday 28 March, there will now be restrictions on remaining sales of the Carlisle United allocation.

 

This will commence as of Wednesday 10 March as follows:

 

+ Telephone sales cease at 5pm on Wednesday 10 March.

 

+ From Thursday 11 March onwards sales can only be completed in person from Carlisle United Main Ticket Office. Postal applications can be made providing it is from a Cumbrian residence.

 

+ Tickets will be limited to a maximum of 4 per person.

 

+ All sales will be recorded and tickets will only be sold to those customers with either a Cumbrian postcode, or to those already registered on our system (those fans who have purchased tickets from us before).

 

 

 

Anyone think they should've thought about this earlier if they were going to do it!?

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they clearly didn't think this through as seen on here quite a few have already bought tickets in the Carlisle end.

 

what is interesting is last year in the league one play off final as S****horpe had sold so few tickets they were able to increase the millwall allocation to 49,500

Millwall currently hold the record for the largest single teams support at Wembley, previously held by Bristol Rovers.

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what is interesting is last year in the league one play off final as S****horpe had sold so few tickets they were able to increase the millwall allocation to 49,500

Millwall currently hold the record for the largest single teams support at Wembley, previously held by Bristol Rovers.

 

Millwall only had the same 44k for the play off game as stated in their match report from the day.

 

http://www.millwallfc.co.uk/page/NewsDetail/0,,10367~1665837,00.html

 

And so to Wembley, where Bermondsey as a community upped sticks for the day joining fans from all over the world who had travelled by boat, plane, train and double decker bus to proudly be part of a record-breaking 44,159 Millwall fans that turned the splendid stadium into a sea of blue and white
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