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Real Madrid visit Dean Court

Real Madrid visit Dean Court


AFC Bournemouth will face Real Madrid on Sunday 21st July at the Goldsands Stadium.

The news was announced on BBC Radio Solent in their 4pm headlines after presenter Steve Harris had teased on Twitter that there was some "ridiculous" news set to be announced regarding AFC Bournemouth...

Tickets for the match are priced at £55-60 for adults and £25-30 for under 16's and, £40-45 concessions.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Mesut Özil and Kaka could all feature against Eddie Howe's squad.

AFC Bournemouth chairman Eddie Mitchell told the Daily Echo...

"The clubs share a mutual friend who does work with Real Madrid. Tom (Mitchell) was chatting to him a few weeks ago and we had been looking for the opportunity to try to get a big club to the ground to celebrate our rise to the Championship. The mutual friend said that he could possibly get Real Madrid.

"Tom put it to me, I put it to the chief executive (Neill Blake) and we put it to my business partner (Maxim Demin). We decided that it would be great for the fans and us to pull off something like this.

"We took it further, things developed and we have worked very hard to secure the game. They have been across, met us all, looked at the stadium, pitch and accommodation, and they have been really impressed with the situation."


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Writer:DJ
Date:Tuesday July 2 2013
Time: 4:01PM

Comments

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I'd rather chew off my arm that go to that. Let the plastics waste their benefits on this one.
dannyhollandsfan
02/07/2013 16:47:00
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This is an absolute disgrace,3 times the normal admission price to watch what will probably be no more than a Madrid reserve squad.
exorcist
02/07/2013 17:23:00
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I'm a season ticket holder with a 300 mile round trip to each game and I'm going. Not much of a real fan am I dannyhollandsfan
balsallcherry
03/07/2013 13:33:00
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