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Ewood Park seating?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Since Blackburn occasionally play in a ‘big game’, they have an A+ category for their matches, while many teams only operate with A and B. A+ tickets are a lot more expensive that A or B, but since quite a lot of Rovers games are against paltry opposition and not too entertaining, they’re still going to pull in a crowd. £34-39 for a ticket, which is pretty ludicrous for a team that’s fighting relegation in the Championship.

The seats themselves are actually okay, with decent legroom.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

Most away fans are placed in the lower end of the Bryan Douglas Darwen End – and with the noisy home fans located directly opposite, this often leads to a certain degree of give and take. Although the legroom isn’t the best, the stands are fairly impressive having been built in the 1990’s.

The Riverside stand however is the odd one out. A single tiered stand, that hasn’t been updated in a while – it still has a lot of supporting pillars and beams that lead to restricted views. This does mean that tickets are cheaper here – around £22 for an Adult for most championship games, compared to £31 in the bigger and better Jack Walker Stand.

If you are going to see a cracking cup tie though against higher opposition, be prepared to pay through the nose for it. These A+ category matches are £39 a ticket in the Jack Walker – madness.

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