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Originally posted by manchesterbhoy manchesterbhoy wrote:

hopefully we are still in the hunt by this stage 

those of us who do the 3 aways this year and georgia should be top of the pile for tickets? no?


Well are you going the home games aswell ? Id love to be able to do all the aways but work and family come 1st
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Originally posted by brendy_éire brendy_éire wrote:

Originally posted by manchesterbhoy manchesterbhoy wrote:

those of us who do the 3 aways this year and georgia should be top of the pile for tickets? no?


Do you have a season ticket? If not, forget it.

I'll have, in theory, a perfect points record come this game, but I'm still going to attempt to buy a home ticket. I've no faith that tickets will be distributed fairly.

yeah i have 2 ST's 
only missed Georgia away from last campaign didnt get official FAI for Scotland game but was in Ireland section, my first ever away game at what is my home ground 

i'll also buy a home ticket and have people in cardiff that will assist but will cause a fuss if record is perfect and dont get 
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From the March fixtures the group will start to take shape that is when they will probably confirm the venue for the game my guess is that the game will be played in the Cardiff city stadium. Hopefully there might be a home game for Cardiff blues against one of the home provinces wouldn't mind going to a pro 12 game on the Saturday or Sunday 
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Another Welsh fan here

It is difficult to predict which stadium this game will be played in. The regular fans, coaches, players and most people here want it kept in the Cardiff City Stadium, as we feel it is all round more suitable for football and for us at the moment. However, the people who make the final decision seemto want us to move. Of course our group situation will have an influence, but we're not sure which way. If we're in with a shout of qualifying, we would likely have the demand for tickets, but the coaches and players would probably request/demand staying the the CCS as they prefer it. And just to clarify, there is almost a 0% chance of would be moved to Swansea!

As for drinking it Cardiff, it's more spread out than some cities I have seen. There is the region by O'Neils, walkabout and Prince of Wales wetherspoons, then there is the region near the castle with Lloyds bar, tiger tiger and other bars. Also, if the game is in the CCS there are a number of bars in Canton nearer the stadium.

If I can think of anymore advice I will post it here. Also, if anyone has any questions, feel free to ask me I here or message me
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The bar at the Cardiff City stadium was open from 6.30pm on match day for our Moldova game.
Sadly, being a Monday, people arrived late and were still at the bar til after the anthems...
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Got chatting to 2 Welsh lads who were on our flight back,they said they worked for the Welsh FA and were sent to take a look at us,i asked about the venue and both of them said it will be in the Cardiff city stadium 100%
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Originally posted by Salzburglilly Salzburglilly wrote:

Got chatting to 2 Welsh lads who were on our flight back,they said they worked for the Welsh FA and were sent to take a look at us,i asked about the venue and both of them said it will be in the Cardiff city stadium 100%


Defo start a ticket list so . Imagine exactly a year to the day most of us will be making our way back to Ireland after this game . I know your going back to Austria
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It looks like your boys at the FAI are pressing us for a 10% mutual allocation and from the last meeting of the FSF with FAW, seems like we will go with it! This will be finalised when the two FA meet this Autumn.
The numbers talked of, considering segregation etc:
we get circa 4500
you get circa 3000

See minutes here - http://www.fsfwales.co.uk/category/meetings/



Edited by manulike - 22 Oct 2016 at 10:27pm
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Not so great news in a way.

If you read it neither FA's  pushing for the venue to be moved to the Millennium. It specifically said the FAI are requesting 4500 tickets.

Depending on where we are in the group at the time when tickets go on sale, on the panic scale Glasgow has the potential to be nothing compared to what this could be LOL 


Edited by coyne - 22 Oct 2016 at 10:03pm
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Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Not so great news in a way.

If you read it neither FA's are not pushing for the venue to be moved to the Millennium. It specifically said the FAI are requesting 4500 tickets.

Depending on where we are in the group at the time when tickets go on sale, on the panic scale Glasgow has the potential to be nothing compared to what this could be LOL 


No it says fai are pushing for 10% and if this is agreed wales will get around 4500 tickets.

If get 10% we will get around 3300 tickets if played in Cardiff city stadium
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So it did sorry. I was reading from our perspective not theirs Embarrassed
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Originally posted by manulike manulike wrote:

It looks like your boys at the FAI are pressing us for a 10% mutual allocation and from the last meeting of the FSF with FAW, seems like we will go with it! This will be finalised when the two FA meet this Autumn.
The numbers talked of, considering segregation etc:
we get circa 4500
you get circa 3000

See minutes here - http://www.fsfwales.co.uk/category/meetings/


MUL, ye buckos have an FA that has meetings, discusses relevant topics & issues minutes & details of the actual meeting ?????????

WTF ???

It simply wouldn't catch on around here. On a side note, I sincerely hope Mr Alex Eagle, whomever he may be, is actually the man on the Welsh FA board that specialises in all things legal, it would somehow seen right. If indeed, this proves to be the case (pun intended) , I am calling on our own SuperDave to change his username to DaveEagle. 











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Originally posted by deise316 deise316 wrote:

Originally posted by manulike manulike wrote:

It looks like your boys at the FAI are pressing us for a 10% mutual allocation and from the last meeting of the FSF with FAW, seems like we will go with it! This will be finalised when the two FA meet this Autumn.
The numbers talked of, considering segregation etc:
we get circa 4500
you get circa 3000

See minutes here - http://www.fsfwales.co.uk/category/meetings/




MUL, ye buckos have an FA that has meetings, discusses relevant topics & issues minutes & details of the actual meeting ?????????

WTF ???

It simply wouldn't catch on around here. On a side note, I sincerely hope Mr Alex Eagle, whomever he may be, is actually the man on the Welsh FA board that specialises in all things legal, it would somehow seen right. If indeed, this proves to be the case (pun intended) , I am calling on our own SuperDave to change his username to DaveEagle. 













I was just thinking the same about how refreshing it was to read their minutes of a meeting
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Interesting read looking for 10% and getting 10% are two very different things.
Welcome as 10% would be, we all know 10% will not sort out us for Cardiff as Stadia will sell out to Welsh fans members and rightly so.
Unlike Glasgow Cardiff City holds 33000 Wales will easily sell the other 30000. There will be very few Irish in home end.
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Originally posted by Missy Missy wrote:

Interesting read looking for 10% and getting 10% are two very different things.
Welcome as 10% would be, we all know 10% will not sort out us for Cardiff as Stadia will sell out to Welsh fans members and rightly so.
Unlike Glasgow Cardiff City holds 33000 Wales will easily sell the other 30000. There will be very few Irish in home end.




Fact is if the game is played in Cardiff city stadium there will most likely be Irish without tickets it's up to the fai to ensure those most deserving get a ticket from the 10% allocation

Edited by ringerbell - 23 Oct 2016 at 10:33pm
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Originally posted by deise316 deise316 wrote:

Originally posted by manulike manulike wrote:

It looks like your boys at the FAI are pressing us for a 10% mutual allocation and from the last meeting of the FSF with FAW, seems like we will go with it! This will be finalised when the two FA meet this Autumn.
The numbers talked of, considering segregation etc:
we get circa 4500
you get circa 3000

See minutes here - http://www.fsfwales.co.uk/category/meetings/


MUL, ye buckos have an FA that has meetings, discusses relevant topics & issues minutes & details of the actual meeting ?????????

WTF ???

It simply wouldn't catch on around here. On a side note, I sincerely hope Mr Alex Eagle, whomever he may be, is actually the man on the Welsh FA board that specialises in all things legal, it would somehow seen right. If indeed, this proves to be the case (pun intended) , I am calling on our own SuperDave to change his username to DaveEagle. 
 
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Originally posted by Newryrep Newryrep wrote:

Originally posted by deise316 deise316 wrote:

Originally posted by manulike manulike wrote:

It looks like your boys at the FAI are pressing us for a 10% mutual allocation and from the last meeting of the FSF with FAW, seems like we will go with it! This will be finalised when the two FA meet this Autumn.
The numbers talked of, considering segregation etc:
we get circa 4500
you get circa 3000

See minutes here - http://www.fsfwales.co.uk/category/meetings/


MUL, ye buckos have an FA that has meetings, discusses relevant topics & issues minutes & details of the actual meeting ?????????

WTF ???

It simply wouldn't catch on around here. On a side note, I sincerely hope Mr Alex Eagle, whomever he may be, is actually the man on the Welsh FA board that specialises in all things legal, it would somehow seen right. If indeed, this proves to be the case (pun intended) , I am calling on our own SuperDave to change his username to DaveEagle. 
 
Association of Tartan Army clubs meetings SFA also available for public view,
 
I am sure the minutes of the  (FAI approved) Confed meeting with FAI wil be published in due course............................ LOLLOLLOLLOLLOLLOL
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