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Chatting with a few other Chelsea boys today and I'm in interested in how many on here have actually been able to get a ticket for the Final.

I'd like to know if you're ST holder, club member, got a corporate seat or obtained one by any other means.

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I have a ticket for final got on a season ticket, and I also got offered 2 tickets through contact who has two of those wembley seating arrangements (but don't ask they went already).

couple guys at work got tickets on memberships as well

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I'll be in dublin so will miss the game but I went to queue for tickets for others after we sold our initial allocation- the box office opened at 9, but I was there since 7*- surprisingly there wasn't more than 30 people there at 9am, so I would think (hope) most people who wanted tickets were able to get them in the end.

* I point blank refuse to use their online "system".

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I'm a member, but haven't actually received my ticket yet... which worries me. Need to phone home later to check if it's arrived, if it hasn't, all rests on Saturday.

EDIT: Scrap that, sent mum around the post office today and it was there happy0034.gif sent recorded (well done CFC) so needed a signature and no one was in to give one.

::Scalf::::Scalf:: CAREEEEEEFREEEEEEEEE ::Scalf::::Scalf::

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It's not as if I needed telling, but this is the big one. I can tell because I'm already feeling nervous and this doesn't normally happen until at least the night before a game.

Me and Coombsie will be there. Do what we did for the FA cup final (lucky omen / ritual). Make our way to the Wembley but stop off for a big breakfast somewhere before finding a place to have a drink and settle the nerves.

I see that w**ker Lawro has predicted a Spurs 1-0 win on the BBC. To be fair to him he's probably going by our recent very poor and dull 0-0's and the fact Spurs have been playing fairly well. But let's hope he is wrong on this one - just like he was last week when he predicted:

Liverpool 3 Barnsley 0.

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got ours on ST

points 90,77 & 74

my dad's given his to Franco so he's so excited

Dad went and queued up - don't like online - have never got tickets for away games can never get through so my dad queues up from about 6am when there are not many tickets

Luckily enough he only lives 10 mins from the ground

Thanks Dad!!!

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yup, me and the hat will be there, only coz me mates on the line tho, and come good with a ticket !

Was fortunate enough to get a Charity shield one as he was on the line for that too !!

As a footnote, he was lucky enough to get Shevas shirt from the day, the club actually sent it to him a couple of weeks after the game, and yeah i've tried it on, nice fit actually ball.gif

Carefree

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got ours on ST

points 90,77 & 74

my dad's given his to Franco so he's so excited

Dad went and queued up - don't like online - have never got tickets for away games can never get through so my dad queues up from about 6am when there are not many tickets

Luckily enough he only lives 10 mins from the ground

Thanks Dad!!!

Great story Pudge, a truly youching story. I hope Franco (you know the poor kid would never, ever have had a choice to look at other teams...so well done there) has a truly brilliant day to remember. Lots of respect to your dad for giving wee Franco such a chance!

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Right this it.

18 of us going up very early. In all the years I've been following Chelsea, I don't think I've ever been this nervous or pumped before a game. This is f**king massive today because of who it's against.

f**king com'on Chelsea. Com'on!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Well I must say that although Franco's first experience was not the best he got to meet his namesake yesterday

Before the game we were walking up the steps round the back of the stadium to get a programme when people kept calling out Franco to which my liitle one said who's calling my name - it wasn't him they were calling but Mr Zola.

My Franco rushed and introduced himself and tried to get his autograph to which blumbering men of 50 ish rushed in to crowd round Zola and off Franco trudged not getting much more than - Hi Mr Zola I'm Franco and I'm named after you to which Zola just smiled.

He did however get Gigi's autograph as the poor man was ignored as everyone clambered to meet the great man

I think Gigi was surprised anyone recognised him - I said " We would have won the league if you hadn't have got injured - a real shame "

Franco walked off with a smile on his face and hopefully brightened up the day of a footballer forgotten by the glory hunters.

Hope you choke on your autographs you overweight numptys !!!

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i thought our fans were an embarassment yesterday...sure we're used to trophies and the carling cup isn't all that, but hardly any noise and then everyone walking out at final whistle, not even to see the boys get their loser medals, (not that they deserved much support follwoing that display, but it's the principal)...we can get upset over other clubs' fans dissing our support, but when the nation watches our performance yesterday, what arguement have we got?

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I hold my hands up on that one we just wanted to get the hell out of there before the scum got to the trains - it could have turned nasty with them celebrating and with Franco with us we didn't want to hang around

I think maybe people didn't want to stay and clap the losers as they didn't lose to a better side they lost because they didn't play well -

In terms of the noise

We were seated one row from the back and the stewards asked the back row to sit down - to which everyone turned round to the wall and apaologised for obstructing its view

People are now so split up that we could never get an atmosphere going - maybe implementing a singing section at big games would help - just like the shed initiative.

Sad days when you have to do things like that

It summed it up on the way to the station

A severly disabled chelsea supporter in a wheelchair with breathing apparatus on - must have taken one hell of an effort for him to get there and back and the players wonder why no one clapped them

Rockets up arses springs to mind!!!

At the end of the day Tottenham both the players and the fans wanted it more than us

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