The madness continues with Eintracht: 100,000 requests for the final

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Eintracht Frankfurt have received 100,000 ticket requests for the Europa League final against Rangers, which will be played on May 18 at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán stadium in Seville, according to the German club.

“We will work hard to get every ticket available on the market,” club spokesman Helmann Axel said. It will be Eintracht’s first European final since winning its only title, the UEFA Cup, against Borussia M’gladbach in 1980.

10,000 tickets for each team

The number of ticket requests far exceeded the contingent available to the club for the final. Of the 40,000 seats in Sánchez-Pizjuán, both Eintracht and Rangers will receive 10,000 each, 13,000 will be sold to the general public and the remaining 4,000 will be reserved by UEFA for their pledges.

“We had a large number of requests, but the interest we saw in just 48 hours was overwhelming and more than anything we could have imagined,” Axel said.

“We know there are many disappointments. We will strive to get every ticket we can get through official channels,” he added.

Follow the madness of Camp Nou

The madness among Eintracht fans over the possibility of their team winning the Europa League was evident in the second leg of the quarterfinals at Camp Nou, where 35,000 German fans stormed the stands and took advantage of the scalping and applause of their players. , who won. 2-3 and removed Barça.

The final will be broadcast live on a giant screen at Eintracht’s stadium.

Source: La Verdad

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