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The Den seating?

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

The Den is a newer stadium compared to many others, built in 1993. As such there isn’t a ‘bad seat’ with restricted views in the house. The ‘Cold Blow End Stand’ is the most popular stand for Milwalls nosiest and more raucous fans, who ensure that The Den has a hostile atmosphere for visiting teams with tickets here ranging from £23-£26 for adults dependent on the opposition.

The North Stand is exclusively for away fans, purposely situated farthest away from the ‘Cold Blow End’.

Milwall isn’t all just rowdy fans though, they do offer a family fun section, with the ‘Zampa’s Family Club’ with reduced ticket prices and fun activities for all the family including face-painting and photo opportunities with the mascots!

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

One of the best things about The Den is its size; while you can’t fit a capacity crowd in like the Premier League, there are no restricted view seats (a problem with many larger venues) and the leg room is ample! Tickets can cost up to £30 Barry Kitchener Stand (Upper Tier), which feels pricey for League One football (premier league games can cost the same) but if you’re a footie fan, it shouldn’t tarnish your day too much! Comfortable + good viewing = can’t complain.

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