In reaction to the protests by some members during the pre-match of the Europa League match, Athletic Club-Paris Saint-Germain, the Club would like to inform of the following:
That the State Commission against Violence, Racism, Xenophobia and Intolerance in Sports, a body dependent on the Superior Council for Sports informed Athletic Club that this match had been declared ‘high risk’.
As a result, and in compliance with the application of the Laws of the Game, Law 10/1990 for Sports and Royal Decree 203/2010, Athletic Club has prohibited the sale of tickets to members and followers on matchday.
For that reason, our organization has been informing members and followers about this situation through our website and announcements in the press since Saturday, 24 September. Likewise, the extension of days available to purchased tickets at the Club’s Box Office has also been announced.
Marcelino: “Head and heart. That’s they key to victory”
Marcelino is confident ahead of the big game against Barça: “We are very hopeful we can bring the Copa back to Bilbao.”
Muniain: “We’ll go out full of confidence”
The captain is hopeful about Athletic’s chances as he spoke to the media ahead of the Copa final against FC Barcelona
Athletic Club sets off for the Copa final
The first-team squad were applauded by Lezama’s youngsters as they departed for Seville, where they’ll play FC Barcelona on Saturday
The road to the second final (V): Levante UD
An Athletic Club fightback, led by Raúl García and Berenguer, saw the Lions qualify for the final
All available players travel to Seville
With the exceptions of Nolaskoain and Zarraga, who are injured, the entire first-team squad will go to Seville for the Copa final
Peru Nolaskoain medical report
The footballer had successful ankle surgery and will soon begin the recovery process
The road to the second final (IV): Levante UD
A draw in the first leg, with goals from Iñigo Martínez and Melero, meant the tie would be decided at the Ciutat de València
Global TV Guide: Athletic Club vs FC Barcelona (Copa del Rey 2020-21 Final)
The broadcasters and global kick-off times for the Copa 2020-21 final
Balenziaga: “We can beat Barcelona, we’ve already shown that”
Mikel Balenziaga is confident Athletic can beat FC Barcelona in this Saturday’s Copa final
The road to the second final (III): Real Betis
It took a 94th-minute equaliser and penalty shootout for the Lions to seal their place in the semi-finals