Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by barney, Jan 17, 2014.
I didn't know what Wembley was till i read some of the posts..
Thanks, It being in November I guess I will keep my July Alaska trip instead.
It will be a great day because fans who don't even support the cowboys or jags will go just for the football and crowd: it will be an electric atmosphere
Sure am glad another thread got to four pages based off an argument about semantics and not the actual thread topic.
that's cowboyszone for you as someone else said earlier
it will be awesome to see the Silver and Blue there.
Keep us updated DTR (down the road).
I asked for sideline seats and got Block 531 which is almost in line with the End Zone.
Can't wait for it as the only other time I've managed to attend a Cowboys game was the 1986 American Bowl at Wembley when we were cuffed 17-6 by the Bears.
Here's hoping for a better outcome this time.
The view from block 537 looks pretty good
When he said Wembley, I knew exactly what he was talking about.
One, I know where Wembley stadium is, even though I've never watched a soccer game in my life.
Two, a couple of months ago there were threads here on this forum talking about how the Cowboys were going to be playing Jacksonville in London at Wembley stadium. Plus it was all over sportscenter and the NFL network.
When the OP asked "where are you sat", it could only mean "where are you sitting at the game". People in the UK don't always phrase things the same way that we colonials do. They still speak the King's over there.
This will be considered a home game for the Jaguars.
I wonder how they control the tickets sales. do the Jaguars get more ticket allotment for their fans than the Cowboys, or is it controlled by the NFL.
Anyway, doesn't matter, my bet is it will be 75% Cowboys fans.
Tickets booked in Block 229.
Also have bought tickets for the UK Cowboys Fans party the night before
Tickets for the games are pretty much first come first served basis.
The two teams are allocated a bunch of tickets to sell to fans in the US, which don't usually sell out and go on general sale later in the year.
As for the split of fans, there are normally fans of every NFL team at these games, my guess is that just as in the US fans of every other team will support whomever the Cowboys are playing so I'm expecting we will be heavily outnumbered.
Lets also not forget the jags are building one of the largest nfl fanbases in the uk cos of their club 'the union jax'