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  • Thursday July 26th, 2012 @ 11:24

Get Richmond Rocking!

Richmond Park plays host to another night of European football tonight with the Saints taking on NK Široki Brijeg.

The Saints have a slight advantage following last week's 1-1 draw in Bosnia with Christy Fagan scoring the away goal.

Liam Buckley is hoping for another sell-out and that a "rocking" Richmond Park will help create an electric atmosphere and another memorable night.

Richmond Park has been somewhat of a fortress for the Saints in Europe who are unbeaten in their last 10 European ties on the banks of the Camac with 8 wins and 2 draws.

Recent European results at Richmond

  • 05/07/12 - vs IBV Vestmannaeyjar (1-0)
  • 21/07/11 - vs Shakhter Karagandy (2-0)
  • 07/07/11 - vs IBV Vestmannaeyjar (2-0)
  • 30/07/09 - vs Krylia Sovetov (1-0)
  • 30/07/09 - vs Valletta FC (1-1)
  • 28/08/08 - vs Elfsborg (2-1)
  • 31/07/08 - vs JFK Olimps (2-0)
  • 19/07/07 - vs Odense BK (0-0)

    The Saints will also be aiming for a fifth consecutive win and clean sheet in Richmond Park!

    Tickets for tonight's match are currently on sale from the club office on Emmet Road.

    Ticket Prices

    Adults: €15
    Students/OAPs: €10 (Student ID is required)
    Kids (Under 12): €5 (with an adult)

    Due to UEFA regulations Richmond Park will have a reduced capacity. Supporters are urged to purchase tickets in advance.

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