Date: 27th May 2008 at 7:35pm
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In times when rising fuel prices are eroding away what little spare cash we have in our pockets, treats are becoming a rarity.

Indeed, with many Premier League clubs raising season ticket prices trying to extract a few more pound out of those who have already poured thousands into their clubs, its great to see West London taking a lead.

Our friends down at Stamford Bridge, who often receive so much bad publicity (much of it deserved) need to be congratulated on holding season ticket prices the same for the third successive season.

However, we should point out that watching football at Stamford Bridge, if you are a youngster from the borough is still extraordinarily expensive. Therefore we`d like to urge all those of a tender age in our borough to contemplate coming to Craven Cottage to support a club that has a homely feel about it.

Indeed, whilst we praised those at Stamford Bridge for their prize freeze we`ll cheer to the rafters our very own club for fixing the price of a Junior Season Ticket at £155 or in common terms, a little over £8 a game!

Go on folks, treat your kids.

 

10 Replies to “Fulham – Kids As Cheap As Chips!”

  • I had that Junior ticket for the last two years and this year they told me I am two years too old!

  • thats what I have had to do for the last two years!! I would spend £30 every time i came to a game! I was pretty much working to go to Fulham! Well this season i will hopefully be going to uni in London!! so alot cheaper on the old transport!!

  • I would pay the money no problem, i could even buy the ticket now. But then i would have no money for anything else and being eighteen any thing else costs a lot of money

  • But my sis drives, so i’m trying to get her to buy one aswell so i can travel for much less

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