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Away Days

There’s nothing like Match Day for your typical football fan, and in this section of Footy Blog we’ve decided to take a look at everything related to those sacred “Away Days” – where you follow your team blindly around the country, come rain or shine.
Get information on travelling to the stadium, discover the best places to enjoy a pre-match pint, find the coolest places to enjoy your night – either celebrating a precious 3 points, or drowning your sorrows after a heavy defeat at the hands of your biggest rivals.
We aim to cover everything you need to know about supporting your team here!

The Unlucky Promotion Hunters

With the season coming to an end, there is only few things left to play for in English football. Alongside the FA Cup final on Saturday, the two following days are the remaining play-off finals after Millwall won the first promotion through the play-off route from League One. Everyone hears about the success stories and the winners are usually the …

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The intimidating Lions return

Millwall. Just the team name brings the intimidation factor. Even though that is the case, the London club is one of the first names other fans will be looking for on next seasons Championship fixtures after they won their play-off final against Bradford 1-0 on Saturday. From personal experience, the away day to Millwall is fascinating, getting up early doors …

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Top 5 Cheapest Hotels near Camp Nou

5 Cheapest Hotels near Camp Nou

Whenever you want to travel to Barcelona to visit the Camp Nou, the house of Futbol Club Barcelona, make sure to read this article so you can know where to stay at the lowest rates. This great stadium was opened in 1957 and It has had two renovations and one extension, thanks to the last extension, it can host 99.354 …

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5 Cheapest hotels near Wembley Stadium

5 Cheapest hotels near Wembley Stadium

Are you planning to take a fly or ride to Wembley Stadium soon? Don’t think it twice; we got you the 5 cheapest hotels down the area you are going to. The Wembley Stadium is the home of the England national football team, but it also hosts the FA Cup finals and semifinals, the Capital One Cup finals, the Football …

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