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Potters' Wembley build-up

Potters' Wembley build-up

The mighty Potters look set to dominate the buzz around Wembley on Sunday with Stoke fans snapping up all our allocation of 34,000 tickets by Friday afternoon.

Despite the Trotters originally offering season ticket holders two tickets each they still seem to be struggling to sell their allocation which should mean that we can ensure that the atmosphere in the east of the iconic stadium matches the best that even the Brit can offer.

The club have now said that 91 official coaches will make the trip south. With another 150 or so privately hired coaches and mini buses also making the trip, along with specially chartered trains leaving Stoke station, it genuinely seems that there won't be many football fans remaining in the city other than the few supporting that other team over in Burslem.

Of course, Vital Stoke will be there to witness the occasion and we'll have reports from all three of us as we soak up the atmosphere and give our verdict on the Potters' performance on the day.



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

Writer:Chris Baldwin
Date:Tuesday April 12 2011
Time: 9:09PM

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Let's out-roar the Trotters you mighty Potters!!
Rhin0
13/04/2011 10:12:00
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good luck lads. could be a great game
rabit71
14/04/2011 15:08:00
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