London Irish v Gloucester Sun 17th October

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Re: London Irish v Gloucester Sun 17th October

12 Oct 2021 22:08 pm:

Sheddy Mcshedface wrote:
Chalker wrote:For those travelling on the Underground it may be worth checking the soccer matches in London. It can be hairy if wearing colours.
Luckily I’m being driven to the match.


Good news. No London teams at home on Sunday.

I spent 20+ years living in London and regularly travelled on the choob in my Gloucester top when there were fans travelling to football matches and I never ever had any problems
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Re: London Irish v Gloucester Sun 17th October

13 Oct 2021 08:50 am:

This link from the London Irish site might help those who, like me, are wondering what food and drink facilities will be available inside the stadium:

https://www.london-irish.com/news/whats ... 73,1TSX5,1
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Re: London Irish v Gloucester Sun 17th October

13 Oct 2021 17:34 pm:

Glos fan living near Brentford. Been given a code for 50% off. Seems to work. It is CLUB50. Hope it works and come on Glawsss
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Re: London Irish v Gloucester Sun 17th October

13 Oct 2021 19:06 pm:

Wish I had that code before booking :(
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Re: London Irish v Gloucester Sun 17th October

15 Oct 2021 17:41 pm:

For those of a nervous disposition and attending the game on Sundays game a warning that I will be taking part in the half time entertainment competition.

Up for grabs are two flights to the Cayman Islands. Wish me luck!
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Re: London Irish v Gloucester Sun 17th October

15 Oct 2021 17:44 pm:

Are return flights offered?!
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Re: London Irish v Gloucester Sun 17th October

15 Oct 2021 17:56 pm:

SonofPricey wrote:For those of a nervous disposition and attending the game on Sundays warning that I will be taking part in the half time entertainment competition.

Up for grabs are two flights to the Cayman Islands. Wish me luck!


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Re: London Irish v Gloucester Sun 17th October

15 Oct 2021 18:11 pm:

Ken Burney wrote:Are return flights offered?!


Once I’m there, I may not want to come back!
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Re: London Irish v Gloucester Sun 17th October

15 Oct 2021 21:16 pm:

Crossbar challenge?
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Re: London Irish v Gloucester Sun 17th October

15 Oct 2021 23:29 pm:

Anyone driving needs to leave themselves plenty of time. The traffic due to the M4 closure is likely to add an hour to the journey. Also worth noting that Gunnersbury is going to be exit only for an hour after the game so if you need to dash off you'll want another option. It could be worth considering South Ealing on the Piccadilly Line (Heathrow branch) it might be a slightly longer walk than Gunnersbury but it's not far; the 65 bus is a regular service from there (stopping at Kew Bridge,) you can pick it up going south right outside the station.

Edit - if you are getting the train in to Paddington then its a very short hop to Ealing Broadway on the overground (12 mins) from Paddington and you can pick up the 65 just outside there, on your right as you exit Ealing Broadway Station. NB don't get the E2 to Brentford from there, it doesn't go as close to the ground.
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