Friendly Fire: Sigma Olomouc Tickets Sold Out for Showdown with Sparta Prague

Tickets for the last match of Sigma Olomouc in the basic phase of the Fortuna football league are disappearing at a fast pace. In the 30th round of the highest Czech competition, Sparta Prague will visit Andrův Stadium with a capacity of 12,500 spectators. Currently, the second team in the table could be supported by around four thousand fans in the capital city of Haná at the end of April.

Advance sales for the match SK Sigma Olomouc – AC Sparta Prague started last week, the footballers will compete on Sunday, April 28, from 3 p.m. Already after the first days of the pre-sale, the possibility that Andrův stadium will be sold out for this duel is taking real shape. “As expected, interest in tickets for the game against Sparta is high. Now there are approximately two thousand seats left in the entire stadium. It is possible that other tickets that are currently blocked, for example for club partners, will be released before the free sale. But it will be a maximum of lower hundreds,” said the spokesperson of SK Sigma Olomouc Jiří Fišar.

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Supporters of Sparta Prague will significantly help to fill the capacity of the Olomouc football stadium. Like at the end of last season, the club has reserved not only a designated guest sector in the eastern stand with a capacity of 650 seats, but also the entire northern stand, which provides space for up to 3,800 people. “Approximately 500 tickets remain for Classic O guest sector,” Sigma’s spokesperson pointed out that, for security reasons, fans with Sparta club symbols, such as scarves or jerseys, will not be allowed into the other sectors in the south, west or east stands.

A novelty for the match against the defending league champions will be the relocation of the cauldron of home fans from the Karl Brückner stand to the south stand behind one of the goals. “We discussed this possibility with the fans several times in the past. Now they have come up with the idea of ​​trying cheering from the south stand and we want to accommodate them by agreement. Together, we will see how it takes hold and if we continue further,” he told the club’s website Adam Košař, who holds the position of SLO (Supporter Liaison Officer) at Sigma, i.e. the contact person for the fans. In addition to the match with Sparta, Olomouc’s footballers have a home match with Jablonec this Sunday before the end of the regular season, and next weekend Sigma will head to the capital, where they will challenge Slavia Prague on Sunday.


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