MILLWALL have shifted all their home tickets for the Good Friday clash with Nottingham Forest at The Den.
The game is the first of an Easter double-header, with Lions fans also snapping up the full away allocation for the trip to Ipswich on Monday.
Millwall's biggest home attendance this season was for the fixture against QPR on December 29, when 16,601 saw the hosts win 1-0.
Forest have an allocation of just over 2,000.
It's a sell out!
No further tickets are available for #Millwall's game against @NFFC at The Den tomorrow (kick-off 1pm). If collecting please arrive as early as possible to do so. Thanks for your support! pic.twitter.com/DEtRLsW15t
— Millwall FC (@MillwallFC) March 29, 2018
"Biggest small club in the world" https://t.co/tCC0qfGApM
— Millwall Fotb (@MillwallFotb) March 29, 2018
bringing my dad who hasn't been to the New Den in years….and my three boys. Our first time!!! Family outing!!!
— Kerry Headen (@dilbyh) March 29, 2018
A full Den tomorrow…..no singing block….no flags….no drum……no clappers……no song sheets….but the best atmosphere in English football 🙂
— Millwall halfwayline (@millwalljdb) March 29, 2018
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