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5 reasons to be here for Middlesbrough

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5 reasons to be here for Middlesbrough

We face Middlesbrough at Villa Park this Saturday, looking to continue a strong run of form.

Here's five reasons to make sure you're here with us this weekend.


1) Momentum is back

We've now registered a trio of successive wins, and look to be hitting form again at just the right time.

Our victories have coincided with the return of Jack Grealish, who starred against Derby County, Birmingham City and Nottingham Forest.

With Grealish back in the side, we've scored eight goals and conceded just one.

Our trio of positive results on the spin sets things up nicely for Middlesbrough – our last fixture before the international break.

2) Back the boys

Tickets for Upper Trinity are available and on general sale.

Season Ticket Holders who previously sat in Upper Trinity wishing to move back for this game can do so. 

You have until 5pm on Wednesday 13th March to switch.

Be here amongst a big crowd and play your part.


3) Bargain buy

Ticket prices for the Boro game are £20-£33 for adults, £15-£20 for concessions (O65s, students in full-time education and members of the Armed Forces), £10-£17 for U21s, £5-£10 for U18s and £45-£55 for a Family Package (two adults and two U18s in selected areas).

Alternatively, you can now get a Season Ticket for just £342 (adult) and less than £70 if you're an U18.

Our Early Bird window is open until Friday 5th April, 5pm.

Click here to purchase a Boro ticket.

Click here to purchase a Season Ticket.

4) All to play for

Victories over Derby County, Birmingham City and Nottingham Forest have shot us up the Championship table to eighth and have put us in a healthy position heading into this big Boro clash.

That sense of optimism will be enhanced if we can secure three points in B6 on Saturday now.

The twists and turns of the last few weeks have presented us an opportunity once again.

Be here and roar with us!


5) Great memories

We've enjoyed some brilliant wins over Middlesbrough in the last few seasons.

From Robert Snodgrass' late winner at the Riverside and Play-Off semi-final victory to this season's 3-0 victory – one of our best performances of the campaign – we tend to bring our A game against Boro.

Get your ticket for Saturday and watch us go for our latest victory against them.

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By @AVFCOfficial 11th March 2019