Tuesday, 25 March 2008

FSC Rheda v SC Wiedenbrück 2000 II

Bezirksligen Germany

FSC Rheda 0 SC Wiedenbrück 2000 II 1

Stadion TSG Kampfbahn
Easter Monday March 24th 2008 3pm
Attendance 200

Weather Rain,Sun And Snow -2 (Freezing all day)

Ticket 3 Euros

Atmosphere 1/5
Ground 2/5
Referee 1/5
Food 4/5 (Bratty from the barbie 1.50 Euros)
Beer 4/5 (2.50 euros for a Large paulaner white beer)
Overall day out entertainment 3/5 (Nice clubhouse in the ground)

SC Wiedenbruck v Sportfreunde Lotte

Oberliga Westfalen Germany

Easter Monday 24th March 2008 3pm

Match Called Off

Thursday, 13 March 2008

Borussia Mönchengladbach v FC St. Pauli

2. Bundesliga

Borussia Monchengladback 1 FC St Pauli 0

Stadion Borussia Park
March 16th 2008 2.00pm
Attendance 48,418 (cap 54,067)

Weather Wet +8

Sud Unterrang
Ticket 20 euros

A Fact
Borussia Mönchengladbach has more than 30,000 members and is the fourth largest club in Germany

Monday, 10 March 2008

SC Verl v VFB Lubeck

Regionalliga Nord Germany

SC Verl 1 VFB Lubeck 0

Stadion an der Poststraße
March 9th 2008 2.00pm
Attendance 900 (cap 5,000)

Weather Very windy and cold +3

Ticket 7 euros

Atmosphere 2/5
Ground 1/5 (do they need a big fence round the ground?)
Referee 4/5
Food 3/5 (3 euros for a bratty and chips)
Beer 4/5 (2 euros for a bottle of Herforder pills)
Overall day out entertainment 2/5 (too cold even after 6 or 7 beers)

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A Fact

SC Verl has seen many players who would go on to pro careers, the most notable being Arne Friedrich who played his last amateur season with the club before joining Bielefeld in 2000 . He would go on to appear for the national side and currently captains Hertha Berlin.

Wednesday, 5 March 2008

Birmingham v Spurs

Birmingham 4 Spurs 1

St. Andrews
March 1st 2008 3.00pm

Attendance 26,025 (cap 30.016)

Weather Very windy and sunny +4

Stand Tilton Road

Ticket £27 About 35euros

Atmosphere 4/5
Ground 4/5
Referee 4/5
Food 4/5 (£2 For the famous balti pie lost a point for running out of pies at half time)
Beer 4/5 (£3 for a pint of Tetley's)
Overall day out entertainment 5/5

A Fact

Birmingham became the first English club side to take part in European competition when they played their first group game in the inaugural Fairs Cup competition on May 15th 1956 ; they went on to reach the semifinal where they drew 4–4 on aggregate with Barcelona, losing the replay 2–1. They were also the first English club side to reach a European final, losing 4–1 on agg to Barcelona in 1960 and 4–2 to Roma in 1961 . In the 1961 semifinal they beat Inter home and away; no other English club won a competitive game in the San Siro until Arsenal managed it over 40 years later.