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Please note: Championship fixtures are often subject to date changes due to TV rights and scheduling conflicts between Championship fixtures and Cup fixtures or other such fixtures. When buying tickets you effectively buy tickets for that specific fixture (not that specific date). Your order will remain in effect regardless of any possible rescheduling of the event date or venue.
Tickets for the npower Championship, the highest division in the original English Football League, are more popular than ever now this league is back on its feet after a period of disappointing attendance figures. Lucrative sponsorship and broadcasting deals with npower as well with Sky Channel and the BBC have safeguarded the future of the Championship in the nick of time. Previously called the first division, the npower Championship features 24 clubs from England and Wales all eager to compete for promotion to the prestigious FA Premier League. Are you an avid supporter of Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest or Millwall, for example? Then secure your tickets for those riveting Championship football matches here today. You could be in the stadium watching the fortunes and misfortunes of your favourite club live! Which club will walk away this season holding the Championship Trophy, affectionately known as the ‘The Lady’? Will it be Leicester City? Blackpool? Watford? Whichever club wins, you can always secure your npower Championship tickets 2011-2012 here and watch the match live! Quality football tickets are available from Worldticketshop.com - Your Ticket to Fun!
The UK Football League Championship has a long and fascinating history. Established in 1888 by Scotsman William McGregor, the league served to structure the chaos in English football: players were bribed, for example, clubs didn’t draw large enough audiences because matches interfered with FA Cup matches, forcing clubs to take on unimportant teams, and so on and so forth. Initially a league was formed comprising two divisions. Due to its great success and the popularity of tickets, a third division was later added. In the beginning, Football League Championship matches were only played by northern clubs, however, around the turn of the century more and more clubs from the south -such as for instance Chelsea and Arsenal- began to join the League Championship. The English Football League has always been characterised by invention and innovation: in 1973 the two-up, two-down promotion and relegation system was replaced with a three-up, three down system and in 1987 the play-off system was introduced. However, in the early nineties a true revolution happened when 22 First Division clubs decided to split away from the Football League and form the FA Premier League in order to keep more revenue from broadcasting and sales of football tickets for themselves. The original second division of the Football League was called the First Division between 1993 and 2004 after which it was renamed The npower Championship in 2004. Sales of npower Championship tickets have been picking up recently and it’s not hard to explain why: the npower Championship 2011-2012 will be offering exciting, top-class football by excellent teams such as West Ham, Ipswich Town, Blackpool and Southampton! Smart football fans secure their npower Championship tickets 2011-2012 today at Worldticketshop.com - Your Ticket to Fun!
|Fulham - Middlesbrough|
|London, GB GB|
From £ 101,63 *Your Price excl. Delivery
|Millwall - Derby County|
|London, GB GB|
From £ 81,31 *Your Price excl. Delivery
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