Are you off to Wembley on Saturday for the England Under-21 match with Italy?
I would have to say, unfortunately, that the majority of people I have spoken to did not manage to secure tickets. My colleague Martin Richardson detailed his frustrations last week.
The fact that all 60,000 tickets went within a matter of hours suggests a huge interest in finding out what the brand-spanking new Wembley is all about.
I went down to the stadium on Thursday and watched the England Under-21s train. Unfortunately, my lasting memory will be of how cold I felt, but that cannot strictly be blamed on the stadium itself.
I live quite close to the ground and have slowly been watching it take shape for a number of years. It looks huge from the outside and, as we were being escorted from entrance to pitchside, it became clear that are miles of access roads, tunnels and corridors.
I have to say, though, that from pitchside I thought the stadium would look a bit more, hmm, overwhelming. I'd love to see it full to get an idea of what sort of noise can be generated.
Enough from me. I want to know your thoughts on the new national stadium. And if you are going to the match tomorrow text in on 81111 and let me know what you reckon. I'm writing the clockwatch and would love to get some of your comments in there.