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Is that accurate? How much was it to get in? More importantly how many dancing girls were there?
SteveW wrote:Excellent sleuthing NZ.... I was linked to an out of date website I think via wiki.
Heading off in 15 mins or so and will report back. Shanghai Terrance seem to have 2 dancing supporty type girls on their webpage so hopefully they are travelling up for the big BJ v SH derby;)
Any idea what the ticket prices are..wonder if will need to spend 20 minutes haggling down from 1000RMB to 20RMB before I get one.
nzfooty wrote:SteveW wrote:Ah well looks like I can expect about 750 which is better than I feared. Hopefully 600 of them are dancing girls.
Cheers for confirming the location... that's in agreement with what I had dug up. Can't really blame non attendees when its nit clear where they play. I think the Baxy website has them based in Chaoyang on the opposite side of the city.
They have a page about the stadium here:
Their website lists Chaoyang in relation to their women's team.
Hope your wish with the dancing girls come through.
nzfooty wrote:SteveW wrote:Anyone been to a 2nd Division game in China? Hoping to take in Beijing Baxy v Shanghai Tellace tomorrow and first issue has been finding out where its taking place. Think I have worked it out but really wondering what to expect and whether I will be the only person there not employed by the clubs (a la the N-League) or in a crowd of 2000 (ala the SFL) or surrounded by hot dancing girls (a la my imagination)
I have not been but the crowds show some variation with as many as 16,000+ showing up for the Chongqing derby.
At the other end you have... unfortunately Beijing Baxy. Only three matches recorded crowds below 1,000 and as you may
have guessed it, all of them were Baxy's home-matches.
Have a look here (look for åŒ—äº¬å…«å–œ).
According to this guide, their match is at 3pm today, at the Shijingshan Stadium (çŸ³æ™¯å±±ä½“è‚²åœº).
Bajiao Amusement Park Station (å…«è§’æ¸¸ä¹å›ç«™) on line 1 will be your closest subway stop.
http://www.tripadvisor.in/Attraction_Re ... ijing.html