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Information for the games in Germany & Austria 16:41 - Jul 5 with 3040 viewsstevethejack

Saturday 21st July 2018 Genoa (13:00) FC Magdeburg (15:30)
Address: MDCC Arena, Heinz-Krügel-Platz 1, 39114 Magdeburg, Germany
Telephone: 00 49 391 593450 Web-site: https://1.fc-magdeburg.de/start

What’s It Like - The MDCC Arena (still commonly referred to as Stadion Magdeburg) was built in 2006 and is in the east of Magdeburg on the east bank of the river Elbe around 1.5 miles from the city centre (30 minute walk) and 2 miles from the main train station (40 minute walk).

Visiting Magdeburg – The closest airport is Leipzig. Hanover or even Berlin could also be an option. Ryanair fly to Leipzig from Stansted. Prices (at time of writing) are £222 going Thursday 19th, coming back Saturday night 22:20 (hand luggage only). City centre hotels include Hotel Ratswaage, City Hotel Magdeburg and InterCityHotel Magdeburg. The tourism website (in English) is at https://www.magdeburg-tourist.de/index.php?La=2.

Eating and Drinking – There are two supermarkets (Aldi and Rewe) across the road (Friedrich-Ebert-Straße) from the stadium. Often in Germany, the pub comes outside; with fans buying beers at supermarkets and meeting up on the streets or in the parks with a few bottles (take a bottle opener). The nearest bar is Kelly’s Sportsbar at Berliner Chaussee 41, 39114. Pints are €3.30, chips are €3 and burger and chips start at €7.70. It’s website is https://kellys-sportsbar.de/ They are open 3 hours before kick-off.

Parking and Tram – There is parking in the streets nearby the stadium and at Kelly’s Sportsbar. Tram: Tram line 6 goes from the main railway station or city centre in the direction of Herrenkrug. Get off at stop Berliner Chaussee / Arenen. The journey is less than 10 minutes. The public transport website (in German) is http://www.marego-verbund-netzplan.de/index.php/de/netzplan-region

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SD Eibar Tuesday 24th July 2018 18:00
Address: SK Jenbach, Innstraße 3, 6200 Jenbach, Austria
Web-site: http://www.sk-jenbach.at/

What’s It Like - Stadion Jenbach is a 2,000 capacity stadium centrally located.

Visiting Jenbach – Jenbach is a small town with a population of around 7,000. It is 18 miles from Innsbruck. Flybe go to Innsbruck from Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds-Bradford and Edinburgh. Easyjet go from Gatwick and British Airways go from Heathrow. Some hotels in the town centre are Hotel Jenbacherhof, Landhaus Mayr and Camping Inntal (but it’s a hotel, not camping). Not far away is Lake Achensee. This is an alpine lake and very popular for water sports and swimming. Being an alpine lake the temperature can be described as bracing to say the least. The tourism website is https://www.tyrol.tl/en/tyrol/achensee-and-karwendel/jenbach/

Eating and Drinking – There’s the U30 bar at Schalserstraße 27 (1,227.02 km)
6200 Jenbach. Also a Chinese restaurant, Wu Han China Restaurant at Kirchgasse 9, Jenbach 6200 and Pizzeria Sandro at Schiessstandstrasse 6, Jenbach 6200.

Directions and Train – Jenbach is well served by the rail network. The rail website (in English) is http://www.oebb.at/en/

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SC Freiburg Friday 27th July 2018 16:00

Address: Velly Arena Imst Tirol, Am Raun 25, 6460 Gemeinde Imst, Austria
Telephone: 00 43 699 16216748 Web-site: https://www.scimst.at/

What’s It Like – The Velly Arena’s location is amazing. With rolling mountains right down to pitch level, you couldn’t ask for a more picturesque location. Entry is €12 and €8 for children and concessions.

Visiting Imst – Imst is a town on the River Inn in western Tyrol, 31 miles west of Innsbruck and at an altitude of 2,717 feet above sea level. It has a population of around 10,000. The activities in Imst and very outdoor orientated with mountain biking, rock-climbing, horse riding and wake boarding available. Hotels in the town include Hotel Zum Hirschen, Hotel Eggerbräu, and Hotel Stern. The English language tourism website is https://www.imst.at/en

Eating and Drinking – A few bars in Imst are Pool Hall Alex, Schustergasse 4, 6460 Imst also Downtown, Kramergasse 4, 6460 Imst and IT EIS PRA, Schustergasse 4, 6460 Gemeinde Imst

Directions and Train – The stadium is very close to the town centre. Travel options are good into the town with train transportation http://www.oebb.at/en/ along with Flixbus. https://www.flixbus.co.uk/
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Information for the games in Germany & Austria on 19:02 - Jul 5 with 2991 viewsBadlands

Thanks for that.
But when did the venue change for the 24th?
All the information had been we were going to play Eibar on Tuesday, July 24 at the Kufstein Arena,

This has really pi$$ed me off.
Wis probably spend the day Munich instead and not go to the game.

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Information for the games in Germany & Austria on 19:23 - Jul 5 with 2986 viewsstevethejack

I was told today of the venue change. Not long after that the official site was updated.
[Post edited 5 Jul 19:24]
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Information for the games in Germany & Austria on 14:30 - Jul 6 with 2844 viewswestwalesed

This actually sounds like a great trip - lovely part of the world.

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Information for the games in Germany & Austria on 17:43 - Jul 6 with 2805 viewsBillyChong

This would have been a great trip if the club had given more notice
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Information for the games in Germany & Austria on 17:50 - Jul 7 with 2727 viewsBadlands

OK Strop over going to Jenbach :-)
(Heard she a nice girl)

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Information for the games in Germany & Austria on 19:19 - Jul 7 with 2710 viewsbuilthjack

Let's hope we have our transfer dealings done before these games.
They won't be.
It will be interesting to see who doesn't travel though.

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Information for the games in Germany & Austria on 00:54 - Jul 8 with 2665 viewsomarjack

Information for the games in Germany & Austria on 19:19 - Jul 7 by builthjack

Let's hope we have our transfer dealings done before these games.
They won't be.
It will be interesting to see who doesn't travel though.


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Ayew,Ayew,Baston,Montero,Narsingh,Amat (c*nts want out)

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Information for the games in Germany & Austria on 13:12 - Jul 15 with 2022 viewsjackal

Information for the games in Germany & Austria on 00:54 - Jul 8 by omarjack

Olsson,Nordfeldt (World Cup rest..Nordfeldt must be exhausted from all the benchwarming he's done,poor dear)
Fer,Clucas,Mawson,Bony (injuries or leaving)
Ayew,Ayew,Baston,Montero,Narsingh,Amat (c*nts want out)


Love hearing about the ones who want out.

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Information for the games in Germany & Austria on 11:06 - Jul 16 with 1955 viewsBadlands

After pestering the club I have a little more information on the S D Eibar game

The Eibar game is going to be played at Jenbach Stadium.

7pm ko Austrian time (6pm UK).

It is open to fans;

tickets available on the day at the venue (not sure of price yet I’m afraid)

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Information for the games in Germany & Austria (n/t) on 04:01 - Jul 17 with 1825 viewsedimour

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Information for the games in Germany & Austria on 09:24 - Jul 21 with 1367 viewsDUChampion

Anyone know if there is an away end today? Been advised by a local that it's best to avoid U block but the stadium plans online only show numbered blocks :/
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Information for the games in Germany & Austria on 11:01 - Jul 26 with 721 viewsLoyal

Information for the games in Germany & Austria on 09:24 - Jul 21 by DUChampion

Anyone know if there is an away end today? Been advised by a local that it's best to avoid U block but the stadium plans online only show numbered blocks :/


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