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Owls Set For Bumper Crowd

Owls Set For Bumper Crowd

The crunch Easter match between the Owls and Norwich City is set to bring in a bumper Hillsborough crowd thanks to special offers for both sets of fans.

Wednesday are currently selling tickets to Children aged 16 and under for just £1. The 'Kids For A Quid' scheme was also run against Crewe earlier this year and saw a big crowd for the first match of the new year. Tickets for the offer MUST be purchased before Good Friday.

SWFC director Ashley Carson told the official site: 'We are delighted to be having another 'Kids For A Quid' game as this initiative has proven to be really popular with our young fans. We are very much a family based club and we do all we can to encourage new fans to come to the games and support the Owls'

Our visitors Norwich City are also offering their loyal fans with reduced travel on their supporters coaches, and fourteen coaches full of Canary fans will be making their way up to South Yorkshire. Over 1,700 tickets have already been snapped up.

With the game falling on Easter weekend, and the relegation battle drawing to a close, the match is sure to attract extra fans to give their support to the Owls.

For further details on the 'Kids For A Quid' offer or to purchase tickets contact the SWFC ticket office on 0870 999 1867.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Nick
Date:Wednesday April 12 2006
Time: 12:16PM

Comments

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you mean norwich are fetching a few? my mates a burnley fan and he says your the worst team hes seen at the turf for years- you may scrape through this year but sooner or later you will end up back down
millers4eva
13/04/2006 09:58:00
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will everyone be turning up on the off chance that micheal vaughn shows up to parade the ashes again! i certainly hope so
vertigo_red
13/04/2006 12:13:00
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hahaha! the worst team at turf moor for some years beat burnley! hmmm?!! If we stay up this season, considering the injuries and the fact that we have such a young team I think it would be a great achievement. If so we will build on this season. Also, I love your ironic username- 'millers4eva'! Hilarious!
earthcraike
13/04/2006 12:27:00
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millers4eva - that just proves that you know nothing about football. We went to Burnley and beat them, quite easily. The last time we went there we beat them 7-2. hardly rubbish, eh? We have more fans go to away matches than you get at home pal!
spirtySWFC
13/04/2006 13:16:00
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