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We’re Off For A European Adventure With Palace

The tour of Scandinavia is not far away now and I am one of the fortunate ones to have the time off of work to see Palace play abroad.

I am already dreading the fact that my flight out of Gatwick is six in the morning but it was cheap! Paying £35 versus almost double that just to get another hour of sleep was a no brainer. Arriving in Copenhagen around shortly after nine in the morning, we hope to check into our AirBnb and get ourselves settled and ready to go.

The Eagles play Helsingor at 6:30pm local time (which is 5:30pm for you poor folks stuck at home!) at a stadium which holds around 5,500 fans. The good news is, Palace are planning to stream the games online on the official website.

I will be spending a few days in Copenhagen with a good friend doing the typical tourist things, and also popping to see Malmo whilst there (football tourism, I know, I know….) before moving on to Gothenburg on the Sunday. The second game for Palace of the tour will be against Halmstad BK on Monday 16th, kick off 6:30pm local time.

If any readers are making the trip, by all means leave me your comments below this article. It’s always good to meet up with fellow fans.

As soon as I return to the UK, I will be sharing my views on the tour right here on TEB both from a football perspective as well as from a location view point for those that have not been on a pre-season tour before or travelled to Scandinavia. Would be interested to hear views of others that make the trip too.

 

 

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