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I'm really excited. Just spent the last hour trying to get tickets for the 1st test event on 24th March(England V Italy u21). After phone lines crashing and server of the FA website crashing, I eventually managed to get 4 tickets. Can't believe I actually go through. I was in a queue at position 9.200 of more than 11,000 and suddenly I shot straight to the top of the list. Yipeeeee!

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I'm really excited. Just spent the last hour trying to get tickets for the 1st test event on 24th March(England V Italy u21). After phone lines crashing and server of the FA website crashing, I eventually managed to get 4 tickets. Can't believe I actually go through. I was in a queue at position 9.200 of more than 11,000 and suddenly I shot straight to the top of the list. Yipeeeee!

Maybe someone in the booking office is a fan of this website! ;)

Well done! I will await your report with interest!! :)

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I'm really excited. Just spent the last hour trying to get tickets for the 1st test event on 24th March(England V Italy u21). After phone lines crashing and server of the FA website crashing, I eventually managed to get 4 tickets. Can't believe I actually go through. I was in a queue at position 9.200 of more than 11,000 and suddenly I shot straight to the top of the list. Yipeeeee!

Surely the most attended U21 match in the history of this tournament.. about 60,000 tickets already sold!!

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Surely the most attended U21 match in the history of this tournament.. about 60,000 tickets already sold!!

Indeed, I have read somewhere that it will be a World Record attendance for an U21 football match.

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The thing is that Under-21 games in this country regularly sell out grounds all over the place. 30,000+ people go to watch the Under 21s regularly, partly because the ticketing policy of £10 for adults and £5 for the rest encourages people to go. It's not as expensive as ordinary club football. That, allied to the historic nature of the occasion, made a 60,000 sell-out on this occasion inevitable. If they'd been able to have the full capacity available, they'd have filled the rest of the seats as well.

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