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simple question , what is the longest it has taken you to get to a football match home or away or at a neutual venue or you might not have been going to one of your teams matches?

the longest i travelled is about 6 hours when i went down to Wembley for the FA cup semi final vs Stoke last year , wasnt such a good trip because of the score.
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maybe an hour or two to get to the stadium.

oh and i've actually travelled internationally (Austria and Holland) to play in cup fixtures if that counts! 8)
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travelling to stockport one year on the train : actually getting thier didnt take too long, but due to train delays, someone jumping in front of a track and a variety of other things it took us seven and a half hours to get back!
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36 hours via coach down to just south of Barcelona - From Sunderland.

Nightmare.
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36 hours via coach down to just south of Barcelona - From Sunderland.

Nightmare.
ever heard of a plane
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London to Leeds.
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Either up to Newcastle or Middlesborough (from just north of Cardiff).
Although Newcastle is further, the Middlesborough one took longer as it was a coach (and we had to wait 30 minutes for a police escort a few miles from the place).
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Glasgow to Inverness (about 4 hours)
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Probably to Wigan from London.
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Longest would be about 12 hours there and 12 hours back. Got the bus from Manchester down to London and then the Eurostar to Amsterdam via Brussels to watch United at the Amsterdam ArenA. Cheapest way of doing it as all flight prices to a place go sky high (no pun intended) after an English team is drawn to play there. Furthest actual distance would be the Estadio da Luz in Lisbon, but I flew to that one so it was a bit of a shorter trip.

I loved Amsterdam and Bilbao though, refreshing change from the European Cup. Not many Man United fans will see the team playing at 6:05 on a Thursday night in the Europa League on their euro aways!
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London to Newcastle for a 0-0
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Seven hours from West Wales to Heathrow, and then almost two hours on a plane to Madrid to see Real Madrid destroy Villareal 6-2
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Japan
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(Original post by bluester)
ever heard of a plane
What is one of those?
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