Not a huge amount happened in my football watching week - just pleased that QPR have kept up the momentum at the top of the Championship with their win over Middlesbrough. Sadly I was working so couldn't go. I doubt I'll be able to see them now until the end of November when Charlton visit such is my schedule.
Anyway, I'm pretty much out of time and don't have much to share this week. Remember to let me know what you've been up to and if you're interested in reviewing a ground within the London area for this blog then get in touch. You might also want to have a go at writing a 'Top Ten' one week. I also very much welcome photos of your football travels. Get involved!
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LATEST TICKET NEWS
Tuesday 15 October, 8pm - Poland, World Cup qualifier, Wembley
Sunday 6 October, 11am - Manchester City, U21 Premier League (must buy in advance)
Nothing currently available
Saturday 5 October, 3pm - Stoke City, Premier League
Sunday 10 November, 12pm - Newcastle United, Premier League
Saturday 19 October, 530pm - Manchester City, Premier League
Saturday 2 November, 3pm - Aston Villa, Premier League (on sale 24 Sep)
Saturday 23 November, 530pm - Chelsea, Premier League
Thursday 26 December, 3pm - Arsenal, Premier League
Saturday 22 March, 3pm - Manchester United, Premier League
Saturday 5 April, 3pm - Liverpool, Premier League
Saturday 3 May, 3pm - Tottenham Hotspur, Premier League
With the seniors playing Napoli on Tuesday, Arsenal's U19's take on their Italian counterparts at Boreham Wood's ground the day after and it's FREE to get in.
If you're an early riser, you might fancy a Sunday morning trip to Stamford Bridge to watch Chelsea play Manchester City in the U21 Premier League. The match kicks-off at 1105am but tickets must be bought by Friday afternoon at the latest - NONE WILL BE ON SALE ON THE DAY.
In about two weeks time, Fulham's Craven Cottage ground will play host to an international friendly between Australia and Canada with tickets ranging from £15-25.
At the end of October, League One side Brentford are running another one of their 'Pay What You Can' promotions for the visit of Shrewsbury Town. Tickets are on sale now, with a minimum price of £1.
If you know of any other deals I may have missed or your club is running a promotion let me know.
As always, check with clubs before you travel just in case a game has been called off or venue has been changed. Also, please let me know if anything is wrong or missing.
Details on all of this week's games can be found in the following match map. If you've never used it before, please note that when there is more than one match at a specific ground you'll only be able to see individual match pins if you zoom right in. If you don't, the pins obscure each other and you might miss them. To avoid this, you can also scroll down the list of games on the left side of the map page to make sure you get all the information.
Also if you're unfamiliar with the English league structure I indicate the level at which an individual league sits in the national 'pyramid' with the Premier League at the top (Level 1) and various minor leagues at the bottom (Level 10). Typically a top level game will see crowds of anywhere between 20,000-60,000. These figures will gradually decline as you go down the leagues until you get to Levels 8-10 where attendances of 150 or less are most common.
Yellow pin - Monday fixtures
Green pin - Tuesday fixtures
Purple pin - Thursday fixtures
Magenta pin - Friday fixtures
Blue pin - Saturday fixtures
View London match map 30 September - 6 October 2013 in a larger map
ARSENAL v NAPOLI
QUEENS PARK RANGERS v BARNSLEY