How many tickets will the green tide have for the BCL Final Four? It is the million dollar question that all Unicaja fans have been asking since it became known that the four-way match for the title will be held at the Martín Carpena, between May 12 and 14.
In the raffle held this Tuesday in the auditorium of the Picasso Museum, the first brushstrokes were given. We know that each visiting fan base has, in principle, a quota of 567 seats. This number can grow depending on the requests that each club makes. For example, the Israeli Hapoel originally requested 1,000 season tickets and this Tuesday has increased its request to FIBA to 1,500, a quota that remains to be seen if it is granted in its entirety.
The forecasts managed by the Los Guindos club is that Lenovo Tenerife, Hapoel Jerusalem and Telekom Baskets Bonn will distribute around 2,000 seats out of the 9,000 that Carpena will have for this event.which would free around 7,000 so that the “green tide” can acquire them.
As stated by the cashier president Antonio Jesus Lopez Nietothe idea is that starting this Thursday, for 48 hours, Unicaja season ticket holders have time to buy tickets. From then on, those that are still unsold (if there are any free seats in the Carpena), will be put up for sale to the general public.
As the cashier president also advanced, “the cheapest pass will be 68 euros and for less than 100 euros there will be many passes for sale. Much more affordable prices than in other events of this type, such as the recent Copa del Rey in Badalona or the FEB Centenary Tournament to be held this coming summer in Malaga”.