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49ers Return to London 2013

Got mine, club access!

Anyone know if there will be tailgate parties? As a Scotsman, we only go down to Wembley to dismantle it - not sure what the current facilities are like?! ;)
If Okoye finds a way to make the team that whole stadium is gonna be 49er fans if they are not already just by the team giving him a chance.
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I live in Germany...seriously contemplating going to this game. I really don't have anything stopping me. The question is whether i should drive there or fly with ryanair. I need to meet up with some peeps of course if I go!
Originally posted by ApatheticIAm:
I live in Germany...seriously contemplating going to this game. I really don't have anything stopping me. The question is whether i should drive there or fly with ryanair. I need to meet up with some peeps of course if I go!

Germany too, here. And i am going via easyjet :)
If anybody is still looking for tickets : Look at viagogo.com . You can get tickets there 2nd hand.
Tickets are still available but the prices are astronomical! £200 (about $300) for upper deck seats!
Just had a look at viagogo.co.uk, lower deck endzone seats are going for £1200+!!! Thats about $1600!!
Originally posted by CainanUK:
Just had a look at viagogo.co.uk, lower deck endzone seats are going for £1200+!!! Thats about $1600!!

I ordered sunday for 200€ . This isn't cheap, but for a one time only experience it is payable imo.
thank god we get a bye after this unnecessary trip.
I was hoping to watch the game in jacksonville this year, and they ship the game off to London. b******t
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
thank god we get a bye after this unnecessary trip.

I really think installing a team in London would be a cool thing. If they're going to do it, and it seems like one of Goodell's aspirations, they have to have fan support. you only get that from playing football there. It's necessary from that standpoint.

Plus, they could call that team the:

London Redcoats

Put them in the AFC east so they have to play the patriots 2x a year. Redcoats come to boston to play the Patriots? Epic rivalry.
Originally posted by ApatheticIAm:
I live in Germany...seriously contemplating going to this game. I really don't have anything stopping me. The question is whether i should drive there or fly with ryanair. I need to meet up with some peeps of course if I go!

Off topic: During my graduate program, I studied abroad in Ireland and I used Ryanair to fly anywhere that my tiny budget would allow (i.e., Spain, Austria, and France).

You just brought up a lot of great memories with the mentioning of Ryanair. Thank you, sir.
Originally posted by xtm059:
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
thank god we get a bye after this unnecessary trip.

I really think installing a team in London would be a cool thing. If they're going to do it, and it seems like one of Goodell's aspirations, they have to have fan support. you only get that from playing football there. It's necessary from that standpoint.

Plus, they could call that team the:

London Redcoats

Put them in the AFC east so they have to play the patriots 2x a year. Redcoats come to boston to play the Patriots? Epic rivalry.

London Monarchs.
Originally posted by English:
London Monarchs.

London Silly Nannies
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If anyone is still looking for tickets for this there is usually a further sale of tickets in either August or September. These are tickets that are returned from the allocations given to the teams. Usually pretty good seats.

Also woth registering with the NFL UK forum as they have early access to the ticket sales for the International Series games.

Really looking forward to the game. 7 of us travelling down from Scotland for the game to meet up with another group of 9ers fans from up here and some English 9ers fans as well. Will be a wild weekend if its anything like the Broncos game in 2010.
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