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A lot of people liked Dirty Den, but not many people would want to see The Nude Den, so I'm not sure why Millwall decided to go there permanently.
First-Hand Experience: I've seen Millwall play a couple of times as a kid and only once as an adult. I've been to both the new and old dens and I have to say the new one is more impressive. The team... well in terms of how intense and rabid the...more
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Sure their hooligan following is more famous than the club and that is the problem. The club is never able to get past this and move up and win things. Seriously, why is their fiercest rivals West Ham able to actually win FA Cups and do some damage once in a while in the Premiership with a similar supporters base?
Something has to give and the New Den seems not to have done the trick.more
I have made three visits to the New Den. Twice as an away fan and once in the home end. The repuation of Millwall FC goes before them and this ground was one of the first all seater stadiums in Europe finished in the early 1990's.
I can reccommend going to the ground to watch a game. It is a unique expereince. The stadium has four identical sides both with two tiers but the top tier is the...more
Sports fans from time to time can get a little unruly. Opposing football fans especially enjoy beating each other around the head with whatever they can lay their hands on. It is unfair to tarnish all fans this way though because not everyone is like that. Going to watch a football team should be an enjoyable occasion and often is.
Going to watch Millwall FC play football tends to have an...more