La Real reveals the number of tickets sold for the final in 24 hours

La Real reveals the number of tickets sold for the final in 24 hours
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Real Sociedad revealed this morning, at the presentation of the official events of the Queen’s Cup final that took place at the Donostia City Hall, that the club has already sold more than 2,000 tickets for the La Romareda match in question. of 24 hours, specifically 2,032, a spectacular number. Joseba Ibarbururealistic manager and representative of the club at the event along with Garbiñe Etxeberriahas been happy about the fans’ demand for tickets when revealing the figure, and has encouraged the fans to go either to Zaragoza or to the fan zone that they will implement in Sagüés, with a DJ, a ‘Goazen’ show, games for children and young people, soccer tournaments, a giant screen to follow the game, inflatables or shops and bars.

IbarburuIn addition, he has been proud of what the women’s section is achieving. “What we are achieving is very great, there are four finals in five years. We wanted the motto of the final to be related to what we are achieving and that is why it is ‘Pausoz pauso bidea egiten’.” The mayor of Donostia was also present at the presentation. Eneko Goiaas well as the EiTB Sports Director Joseba Urkiolathe Councilor for and Local Employment Ane Oyarbide and the General Director of Sports of the Provincial Council Martha Pastor.

Goia has encouraged the realistic fans to join the party and support the girls in this final. “I want to call on the people of San Sebastian to join the final party, to support strongly on the balconies and shop windows and to also join the party we will have in Sagüés,” she said. For its part, Martha Pastor He explained that they are “very proud” of what they have achieved. “Women have shown that with courage and effort we can get wherever we want.” Urkiola He explained that at EiTB they are working to “turn the day of the final into a party.” They will broadcast the final on television and radio. Finally, Oyarbide He commented that they will make “an effort” so that the hospitality industry and the different establishments “dress in txuri urdin” and involve everyone who can.

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