Wooohooo i`m going to Ars-Boro 9/1!!

Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by lodi, Dec 21, 2003.

  1. lodi

    lodi New Member

    For the first time in my life i will actually watch a live game with Arsenal..at Highbury too!! :D i`m so happy right now i can barely breathe!!
    And since i`m in London over the weekend any tips what to visit is highly appreciated.. feel like a little kid waiting for my birthday or christmas:)
  2. Nasso

    Nasso New Member

    Here's one tip - when inside Highbury, sing your heart out! And encourage everyone around you to do the same. Where are you sitting? The away end? :)
  3. lodi

    lodi New Member

    i will absolutely do that Nasso!! i predict my voice to by gone after the game:) don`t know where i will sit yet,cause the tickets haven`t arrived yet..i`m so excited i just cant hide it nananananaa.......
  4. jc8gooner

    jc8gooner New Member Elite

    Visit the sweet stall just to the left of the North bank entrance, and buy some of the blue and pink sour and fizzy sweets cos they are very nice! ;D

    Obviously, you should visit the Arsenal shop, which is up by the main entrance on the East stand side. There is also one inside the North Bank too though.

    I thought that the Boro game was on the 10th of January?
  5. Nasso

    Nasso New Member

    If uoy're buying Arsenal stuff, you could pop up to the Arsenal World Of Sport outside Finsbury Park tube station, they have more things in there.
  6. thierrys_girl

    thierrys_girl New Member

    thats what i thought too :roll:

    Anyway, i hope you have a great time lodi :)
    remember to take loads of pictures and show us
  7. lodi

    lodi New Member

    yes it is..in my eager to share this wonderful news with you guys i even forgot the correct date:)
  8. lodi

    lodi New Member

    i will, my digicam will be on fire once we arrive in London.
  9. Nasso

    Nasso New Member

    Savour the exact moment when you actually walk out into the stand - that is magic!
  10. XxGoonaStuxX

    XxGoonaStuxX New Member

    hey lodi, where did you manage to get tickets for the game from ?
  11. lodi

    lodi New Member

    XxGoonaStuxX: i ordered a package from a travelagent who`s specialized in sports travels..two tickets and two nights at a three star hotel with breakfast.

    i live in Sweden so this is the way to go if you want to be sure of getting tickets,and i work for an aviation company so the flight tickets cost me around 7 quid:)

    this is a dream come true for me having supported Arsenal for 15 years now!!
  12. Natnat

    Natnat Active Member Elite

    That is fantastic am happy for you.
    Go to the Marble Hall early and you be allowed to stand on the stairs and get someone to take a photo of yourself on the stairs leading to the entrance.
    Email the club and see if there is a tour around the stadium it wont be match days but just maybe on the Friday
    Where to visit that depends in what you are interested in,
    If you like history try London Tower.
    Try Stratford On Avon William Shakespeare etc.
    Theatre try We will Rock You.
    Shopping try Oxford St etc.
  13. lodi

    lodi New Member

    Natnat: Great tips!! i like history a lot and my girlfriend loves to shop, surprisingly huh?:)
    it would be nice to actually meet someone from this forum when i`m in London or what do you ppl think??
  14. jeremiesgirl

    jeremiesgirl New Member

    thats great you're going to your first game lodi! You will really enjoy it, I love going to Highbury :D when I can
  15. XxGoonaStuxX

    XxGoonaStuxX New Member

    You are lucky lodi. I find it arder getting a ticket than you do and I live in London ! :)
  16. lodi

    lodi New Member

    hopefully this will get better when the new stadium is built cos i think that genuine supporters should get tickets first and all others after that. an utopia maybe?? but one can dream!
  17. Rupert

    Rupert New Member

    Ashburton Grove is gonna be great, no more of this library crap that people go on and on about. I hope that one of the stands develops into a north bank equivalent from the start as well.
  18. KoLo28

    KoLo28 New Member

    I'm hope to move to England for a year or 6 months, after I've completed my degree, which will be about half way through the first season at Ashburton... that's a big HOPE!
  19. koivu

    koivu New Member Trusted

    Yep, I'm also moving to North London in a week! I'm pretty excited, never spent any time there, other than at Heathrow. I cannot wait!

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