Moscow “Spartak” will not be able to provide its fans with season tickets in the new season due to restrictions related to the pandemic. At least, the subscription program will not be implemented in its usual form, the press service of the “red-whites” reported.
“Dear red and white! We would like to see the filled stands of the Otkritie Arena, but, unfortunately, due to all kinds of restrictions, we cannot fully implement the subscription campaign for the 2020/2021 season, ” statement on the club’s official website.
The administration promised to give priority right to purchase tickets to season ticket holders for the 2019/2020 season.
Spartak promised to tell about how the tickets for the first match of the championship – against Sochi on August 9 – will be sold later.
“We are waiting for you at the Otkritie Arena!” The press service summed up.
According to the order of the Moscow authorities, attending mass sports events is limited to 50% of the arena’s capacity. The home stadium of Spartak in Tushino can accommodate 45,000 spectators.
Meanwhile, the hockey “Spartak” has been selling season tickets for the upcoming Kontinental Hockey League season for about a month now. Russian Minister of Sports Oleg Matytsin recently advised The KHL should take into account the experience of holding matches of the Russian Premier League during a pandemic.