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Best SB seats for "up close and personal" to the players?


SteveT

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Hello,

 

My am a CFC fan of seven years from afar (co-worker got me hooked) and I will be in London soon, and I want to take my 6 year old to his first game. I've never been to the Bridge, and I need some seating advice. As I said, I'm taking my 6 year old so I'm not looking for a rowdy time (not for another dozen years or so :-)), and it would be great if we could get some seats very close in, close to the dugout, etc. so he can see some of the players up close.

 

Can anybody give me any tips as to the best seats for this? Like I said, I don't mind spending what it takes...

 

 

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Thanks for the replies. Sounds like I need East Stand Lower. What numbers are close to the middle? I can't find a decent map of SB. Is that whole area the, "family section"?

 

Know anybody who will sell me 3 front-row tix for the Sunderland game? Is there a straight-forward way of getting these on the Internet?

 

Thanks again for your help.

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