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Possibility of going to Inter-Milan or Inter-Juve?

Luka

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Possibility of going to Inter-Milan or Inter-Juve?

Hey guys.

I'm thinking of going with some friends of mine to either derbies next season. We wish only to sit in the Curva-Nord. Ofcourse this is tight to the price of the tickets. Since we are not from Italy, let alone Milano, we will have to buy tickets from the guys selling them at the stadium the day of the game. Nothing we can do about it unfortunetly.

We were couple times at the CL games, but the people checking the name tickets by the gates are I assume a bit less strict than on the league games of that importance.

What I wanted to ask you, are couple things:
1. Were there any restrictions last year in terms of who can attend the game? I know sometimes they impose only people from Lombardia who are allowed to attend the game.

2. Do people at the gates check if the name on the ticket matches your ID's name?

3. Is any of you aware of the current prices for those games for the tickets for Anelle Verde Secondo?

I will apriciate if some of you will take the time to answer those questions. I wasn't at any derbies ever, so I really would love to be at one.

cheers
Lucas
 

Fioreblu

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Hi! I try to answer your questions.

1) It is true that restrictions were imposed last year in some match to people not living in Lombardia, but usually no restriction is imposed in derbies, while for Inter-juventus some inhibition is very likely

2) people at gates are usually too busy during crowded matches to pay attention to identity :D

3) current prices are not yet available, but in 2011-12 "secondo verde" was officialy quoted 28 euros

4) did you ever try to buy tickets online (viagogo or somthing else?)

..apologize my english :ciao

one more thing..Derby is only Inter- Milan ..we don't think Inter - juve is a real derby
 

Luka

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Hi! I try to answer your questions.

1) It is true that restrictions were imposed last year in some match to people not living in Lombardia, but usually no restriction is imposed in derbies, while for Inter-juventus some inhibition is very likely

2) people at gates are usually too busy during crowded matches to pay attention to identity :D

3) current prices are not yet available, but in 2011-12 "secondo verde" was officialy quoted 28 euros

..apologize my english :ciao
Thanks Fioreblu. Your english is nothing to appologise for :)

Going to your answers. You mean, that for Inter-Milan there should be no restrictions, while for Inter-Juve restrictions are very likely? Did I understand that right?

As for answer to point 3), I was asking about the tickets that people are selling "illegaly" at the stadium. I don't know the italian term for those people, sorry ;)

cheers
Lucas
 

Fioreblu

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Thanks Fioreblu. Your english is nothing to appologise for :)

Going to your answers. You mean, that for Inter-Milan there should be no restrictions, while for Inter-Juve restrictions are very likely? Did I understand that right?

As for answer to point 3), I was asking about the tickets that people are selling "illegaly" at the stadium. I don't know the italian term for those people, sorry ;)

cheers
Lucas

Yes, about restrictions you understood correctly!

I can't help you about "bagarini" (this is the italian word for illegal ticket's sellers) as I never bought from them (i'm a season subscriber since many years...)

but try even online! If you had to take a long journey it may be better to be sure about tickets..

cheers
Paola
 

Luka

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Thanks Fioreblu.

One more question. The restrictions that are sometimes put on Inter-Juve are for buying tickets, or for people that are let onto the stadium? In first case, a person who is from outside of Lombardia can't buy a ticket, while in second case a person even if he has a ticket, he can't be let into the stadium unless he shows an ID that he is from Lombardia.

?

but try even online! If you had to take a long journey it may be better to be sure about tickets..

cheers
Paola
Buying tickets online for those games if I remember correctly is not possible. It's possible to buy high level games, but only in CL. That's how I bought the ticket for the game against Liverpool.

That sucks :/

cheers
Lucas
 

VDM85

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In Curva Nord you should not sit. I mean, you can sit, but if you do, you will not see anything :ghigno: You have to stand ;)

Forget Inter-Juve, probably there will be restrictions... In Inter-Milan you have more possibilities ;)
 

Luka

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In Curva Nord you should not sit. I mean, you can sit, but if you do, you will not see anything :ghigno: You have to stand ;)
Good point ;)

No, I never sit on games. I'm too pasionate of a fan to sit on a game. Besides how can you sing sitting ;)

Forget Inter-Juve, probably there will be restrictions... In Inter-Milan you have more possibilities ;)
I see.
 

Soleneroblu

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Thanks Fioreblu.

One more question. The restrictions that are sometimes put on Inter-Juve are for buying tickets, or for people that are let onto the stadium? In first case, a person who is from outside of Lombardia can't buy a ticket, while in second case a person even if he has a ticket, he can't be let into the stadium unless he shows an ID that he is from Lombardia.

?


Buying tickets online for those games if I remember correctly is not possible. It's possible to buy high level games, but only in CL. That's how I bought the ticket for the game against Liverpool.

That sucks :/

cheers
Lucas

Are you sure??? The Viagogo site sell all the ticket for the match of Serie A.
The last derby i see ticket at 45 Euro,i think is a subscribers who sell the match.
 

Fioreblu

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Are you sure??? The Viagogo site sell all the ticket for the match of Serie A.
The last derby i see ticket at 45 Euro,i think is a subscribers who sell the match.

I exactly meant viagogo and other sites of secondary ticketing...
I know that official website doesn't work for matches with restrictions..:giusto
 

Luka

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Dont'mind..;)

he's just an angry fan... (as a lot of us, indeed); we are quite disappointed with Inter policy and choices about players.
Oh... I thought he has something against foreigners ;)

As for being angry, you're not alone guys. Many inter fans all over the world know what's going on.

Besides, this "management policy" is continuing all the way since Mourinho left, and since Benitez did not get the reinforcements he was promised.

In anyway still wish to go the match, especialy since the derby's are one of a kind where current form or the squad don't matter (usually) and also since I want to see some inter friends of mine from all over Poland.
 

Fioreblu

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Oh... I thought he has something against foreigners ;)

As for being angry, you're not alone guys. Many inter fans all over the world know what's going on.

Besides, this "management policy" is continuing all the way since Mourinho left, and since Benitez did not get the reinforcements he was promised.

In anyway still wish to go the match, especialy since the derby's are one of a kind where current form or the squad don't matter (usually) and also since I want to see some inter friends of mine from all over Poland.

you'll be welcome! how can a guy support "Internazionale" and has something against foreigners? ;)

please, don't let me think to Inter "management policy" (management..:cod:cod I don't think anybody knows the meaning of this word in that company), not today...very bad news..
 

Orinimus

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Hello Inter FANS,

I would be very grateful if You could help me such matter:
I will be visiting Italy with my wife and 7year old son (who is very interested in Football) in the end of March - begining of April, and prommised them what will try to get tickets to the real football show.
I have a question for You: Is it possible to buy legal tickets for 3 perssons to the mach Ineter -Juventus 2013-03-30? Is there any legal place to do this?

Thank You in advance for Your advices

Best regards,
Aurimas

P.S. we are from Lithuania there bigest football stadium (10000) is smaller than basketball arena (16000) :)
 

Ancient Mariner

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Hi!

I don't know will you be able to find tickets for a big match like Inter-Juve. Check "online ticket purchase" on the official website.

I would post the same question in the section of forum where they talk about tickets.

San Siro

It's not important if you ask in English. You will get more answers then here.
 

uomo_duff2

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Hi!

I don't know will you be able to find tickets for a big match like Inter-Juve. Check "online ticket purchase" on the official website.

I would post the same question in the section of forum where they talk about tickets.

San Siro

It's not important if you ask in English. You will get more answers then here.

The only thing I know is that the " online internet purchase" really sucks, for the big match the server often goes down :facepalm:

The best thing to do for buying tickets for a big match is join a local Inter Club.
 

uomo_duff2

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Hello Inter FANS,

I would be very grateful if You could help me such matter:
I will be visiting Italy with my wife and 7year old son (who is very interested in Football) in the end of March - begining of April, and prommised them what will try to get tickets to the real football show.
I have a question for You: Is it possible to buy legal tickets for 3 perssons to the mach Ineter -Juventus 2013-03-30? Is there any legal place to do this?

Thank You in advance for Your advices

Best regards,
Aurimas

P.S. we are from Lithuania there bigest football stadium (10000) is smaller than basketball arena (16000) :)

ah, sorry, I hadn't seen your post.

Anyway, I think you can legally buy tickets for Inter-Juve on viagogo or similar website.
Otherwise you can buy the tickets from the scalpers just outside the stadium :dente

And be careful from Juventus supporters, they usually steal wallets and scudetti :dente

sorry for my poor english