Real Sociedad will be very supported in the Queen’s Cup final against Barcelona

Real Sociedad will be very supported in the Queen’s Cup final against Barcelona
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Real Sociedad will be very supported in the Queen’s Cup final against BarcelonaNG

Despite the difficulty that the undertaking entails, depending on the rival they will face, the all-powerful FC Barcelona, ​​champion of the League and the Champions League, Real Sociedad will have the support of their fans in the final of the Queen’s Cup that will take place next Saturday, May 18 at the La Romareda stadium (7:00 p.m.). In a joint appearance between the txuri-urdin club, the Donostia City Council, the Gipuzkoa Provincial Council and the EITB that took place this Tuesday at the Donostiarra Town Hall, the vice president of the Real Joseba Ibarburu confirmed that in the first 24 hours (they went on sale yesterday Monday) More than 2,000 tickets have already been sold, specifically 2,023 seats. A fact that shows the great support that the women’s team will have in Zaragoza. Pausoz pause bidea egiten is the motto of the campaign that the realistic entity has promoted, together with the rest of the entities, so that the players feel the support of the fans.

Ibarburu, in this sense, considers that Natalia Arroyo’s team will perceive the boost that will be given to them from the Txuri-Urdin fans: “We are sure that the team will be supported. It’s an easy trip. I want to encourage everyone to go and if you can’t go, go to Sagüés.” It is worth remembering that Tickets can be purchased through the realistic club’s website and have a cost of between 15 and 25 euros. Most of the seats that have been sold correspond to the south end of the stadium, reserved for the Txuri-Urdin fans, although there are also seats in the stands. Rocks like Z7 Taldea and Bultzada They have organized buses to go to Zaragoza that same day.

The Real advisor has insisted that “What we are achieving is very great; In the last five years we have managed to play four finals (including the one on May 18).”

Decorate the balconies with blue and white colors

Furthermore, at this event the events that will take place on the day of the final in the capital of Gipuzkoa have been announced, which will focus on the neighborhood of Sagüeswhere a giant screen will be installed so that fans who cannot go to the city tomorrow and wish to do so can follow the Cup final on a festive atmosphere. The mayor of Donostia, Eneko Goia, has sent the following message to the fans: “I want to appeal to the people of Donostia to join the party for the final, to support strongly on the balconies and shop windows and also join the party we will have in Sagüés“.


And it is that institutions that have joined in this campaign They encourage fans to decorate their balconies, windows or facades with blue and white colors.. Ane Oyarbide, second deputy mayor, added that “we have promoted an initiative for establishments and hospitality to dress in txuri-urdin. “We want to involve the largest number of establishments.”

The first example was the canvas placed since last Thursday on the municipal building on Ijentea street and the decoration of the Anoeta Euskotren station buildingwhich since last Friday has received users with images of the women’s team and the message of support Pausoz pause bidea egiten. .


On behalf of the provincial entity, Marta Pastor, director of Sports, has indicated that “in the Provincial Council We are very proud of what is being achieved. Women have shown that with courage and effort we can get wherever we want.”

The Sagüés festival

The party that is being organized for that day in Sagüés will include activities for all ages such as inflatables for children, different games, beach soccer tournaments, a virtual machine to take penalties, a show by Goazen! and a DJ that will liven up the day, which will end with the broadcast of the final on the giant screen.



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