Police insist on Leeds voucher scheme for Millwall fans


MILLWALL fans travelling to Leeds United this season will once again be required to collect their match tickets from a motorway service station.

The Lions face the Whites at Elland Road on February 14.

West Yorkshire Police were considering lifting the restrictions imposed on away supporters but have instead decided that they should remain in place.

The force were asked to comment last week but declined to make a statement.

That match will kick off at 3pm but Millwall supporters must exchange vouchers for their tickets at Woolley Edge Services between 12:15pm and 1:45pm.

Chief executive Andy Ambler said: "Our goal for next season is that our fans can purchase their tickets for a game at Leeds as they would for any other match.

"Leeds understand our point of view, and both clubs are indeed committed to try to find a way to make this happen in unison with the authorities."



26 thoughts on “Police insist on Leeds voucher scheme for Millwall fans

  • January 26, 2015 at 16:52

    Well make them do the same ambler or double the price when they come down same old same old

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  • January 26, 2015 at 16:53

    For F*** sake I thought this had all changed,It feels like some dirty drug deal going down this way.I know its not Millwalls fault but the F*** ing Yorkshire police but this is really stupid

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