On Sunday 27 April at 12:00 hours, Athletic Club’s women’s team will play the last match of the Superleague against Híspalis in San Mamés.
Athletic Club has decided to play this match in San Mamés due to the good response of our members and fans in the match against Puebla. The Club has taken into account the discomforts that the contend of this match in the facilities of Lezama could take to the members and fans: traffic jams, problems at the moment of parking, etc.
All the tribunes and stands of San Mamés will be opened for this match. The same number of people that works in a match of the first team will work for this match too. All the radio boxes and the facilities for the media will be operative.
As usual, the members of the club will be able to be present at the match free, previous presentation of the card. The price of the ticket for the rest of fans will be 10 euros. All the tickets of San Mamés will be unnumbered.
On Fundación Athletic Club Fundazioa’s initiative, children under 12 won’t pay ticket.
The box offices for the fans will be opened from Thursday 24 April from 17:30 hours with the same schedule that the ones fitted for the match between the first team and Real Betis.
Athletic Club announces that, as a precaution against the high number of members that could be interested in being present at the match, and in order to preserve the interests of themselves, we are forced to sell a limited number of tickets, so we ask insistently that the tickets are bought previously, without waiting to the day of the match.
To enter to San Mamés the journalists will have to use the usual press accreditations.
The women’s team will train on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. The usual appointment to talk to the players will be on Thursday 24 at 18:15 hours in Lezama.
Apart from this day, only the president of the women’s team Fermín Palomar, the executive, Ana Reka, and the coach Iñigo Juaristi will make statements to the media. The appointments with this people will be made through the Communication Cabinet.
The fact that this match will be played only 14 hours after the ending of the match between the first team and Real Betis, will force the entity to prepare one operative of cleaning that will work in San Mamés all the night long, with the purpose of cleaning the stands and the pitch.
With this purpose, the lighting of the pitch will be switched on all the night. On the other hand, we have been in touch with the Council so that the rubbish generated in the match against Betis will be picked up first thing in the morning.
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