It’s not a big deal either: UD Las Palmas will continue the movement of ‘small changes’ in the First Division


Only on charter flights on the Peninsula is a fortune to go. UD Las Palmas will pull from the diaspora to keep the pulse of the Primera with the squad based on the quarry because it has almost no room for maneuver to operate. The yellow club will have a budget of approx 70 million euros for the next season 2023-2024 in the First Division and a maximum of 22,000 subscribers. At the outset, you must budget for new lighting, a public address system and two video scoreboards, with a budget of four million euros which will be paid by the yellow club itself, although the Cabildo de Gran Canaria, owner of the facility, intends to return that amount later. UD Las Palmas pays rent 420,000 euros per year with discounts from tourist sponsorship agreements.

Since its inauguration in 2003, the Siete Palmas venue has undergone various improvements, including the removal of the athletics track and the increasing its capacity to the current 32,400 seatswhich also changed its initial gray color to yellow and blue, but the rest of its functions became obsolete after two decades.

In the case of lighting, the club is still paying fines for not adapting to the new LaLiga regulationswhich gave all professional clubs a deadline to install spotlights with LED technology, which allows a noticeable improvement in television broadcasts, as well as light effects.

The stadium’s public address system will also be improved, and is the only one video scoreboard located in the Naciente stand, through two innovative screens, as they already appear in other Spanish football stadiums, even in Second, a category that the yellow team just left after five years.

The island club, which finished this season in LaLiga SmartBank (Second Division) with 27 million budgetwill significantly increase its income and expense items for the next course in the elite of Spanish football, after its recent promotion.

The entity’s intention is to enter some three million euros for ticket officestherefore will limit its number of subscribers to 22,000and in this way it will have just over ten thousand tickets to sell for its matches at the Gran Canaria Stadium, which currently has a capacity of 32,400 spectators.

The subscriber campaign will begin on Monday, the 12th, and will last until August 30, with the news that it will activate until July 9 a reserve list for those who want to become new subscribers paying 50 euros for it, an amount that will be deducted from the last stage of your subscription, and that will not be returned in the event that you finally give up on registration.

Prices for adults wishing to subscribe for the first time are as follows: 290 euros at the Naciente stand395 euros in the Curve stand, 495 euros in the South stand, 790 euros in the Grandstand, 990 euros in the Special Grandstand and 1,950 euros in the VIP area.

People registered on the waiting list for new registrations can subscribe from July 13 to 20 in the subscriber’s virtual officeand once the term is closed and in case 22,000 subscribers are not covered, a new term will open to register, from July 21 to August 30.

The season tickets, where UD Las Palmas expects to earn around five million euroswill give the right to witness 17 of the 19 home games, because matches against Real Madrid and FC Barcelona will be declared “club days”while for Copa del Rey matches, in principle, all fans have to pay.

Source: La Verdad


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