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UEFA Champions League Final 2012 in Canberra

By TBagger - 16 May 2012 25

Hi

Does anyone know of any venues doing something for the UEFA Champions League Final kicking off on Sunday 20 May @ 4.45am?

Preferably northside but given the importance of the game for my beloved Chelsea, I’m prepared to go to Cooma to find a good place to watch it if need be.

Go the blues!!

What’s Your opinion?


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UEFA Champions League Final 2012 in Canberra
Overheard 5:34 am 19 May 12

astrojax said :

dickson tradies will doubtless have it on – go chelski!!

The Tradies closes at 4am. No licensed premises is allowed to serve alcohol after 4am which is what makes it so tough to watch these matches in a public setting in Canberra when they’re evening matches in Europe. No such problems in Sydney. There would have been about 400 people in the venue I was at to watch the Manchester derby with a 5am kick-off a couple of weeks ago.

astrojax 9:32 pm 18 May 12

dickson tradies will doubtless have it on – go chelski!!

dungfungus 5:11 pm 18 May 12

Given the economic strife engulfing Europe, this may be the last time there is a UEFA Champions League Final. No loss really.

Ben_Dover 4:38 pm 18 May 12

Chelsea? Bunch of overpaid effete w@nkers.

TBagger 4:35 pm 18 May 12

Sorry everyone, haven’t been able to find a place that is showing it. Enjoyed reading the comments tho! Especially the celery one haha. Loved chanting that at Stamford Bridge.

Enjoy the game everyone 🙂

Spykler 8:43 pm 17 May 12

Bayern! teach the blue filth a lesson..

Holden Caulfield 6:56 pm 17 May 12

poetix said :

I know what you are saying and it is rather rude.

Quite.

While the subject is rude, of course, that’s not why it was posted.

Vorsprung duch technik. 😉

Overheard 5:54 pm 17 May 12

I too would consider firing up the campervan and making some sort of short journey (maybe not as far as Cooma). I just can’t see Goulburn being the sort of burgh that would fling open the doors for soccer. Bungendore??

Overheard 5:53 pm 17 May 12

Wow, such a simple request, so many clever trousers with mostly little to offer!

TBagger, excellent question and I would be interested in the answer. However, I’ve just rung the Harmonie German Club and it’s a case of, ‘Nein, we sihn gelsloschen on Zondag’ or something that roughly amounts to ‘Not open for the game’.

If you find somewhere, do pass it on as I would relish, I mean, sauerkraut the opportunity to be around a bunch of loud, funny, extroverted round ball nuts (is that a tautology) to watch Chelsea get flowered, I mean, creamed.

Go Bayern. Don’t think about Borussia Dortmund — that was just a training run. A bloody entertaining one, nonetheless.

poetix 5:36 pm 17 May 12

Holden Caulfield said :

In that case: Sellerie sellerie. Wenn sie kommen nicht, ich werde kitzeln ihren hintern, mit einem stück sellerie.

Or something like that.

I know what you are saying and it is rather rude. Also, I shall now call you Audi Caulfield. Also also:
http://www.lileks.com/institute/frahm/

Holden Caulfield 5:18 pm 17 May 12

In that case: Sellerie sellerie. Wenn sie kommen nicht, ich werde kitzeln ihren hintern, mit einem stück sellerie.

And: Blau ist die Farbe.

Or something like that.

Holditz 9:32 pm 16 May 12

You could give the Harmonie German club a call and see if they’re doing a function- you’d be surrounded by Germans of course, but I figure that wouldn’t stop you bringing the Blues scarf out.

Peekz 7:23 pm 16 May 12

Would also like to know if any venue is showing it and hosting something perhaps?

Holden Caulfield 10:11 am 16 May 12

I’ll be watching it on my couch.

Celery, celery!

mickey 10:08 am 16 May 12

Sorry mate, save yourself the trouble, the blues are going down, down, down.

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