It had been 24 hours since Barcelona put on sale the tickets for the duel between Barcelona and Real Madrid in the Champions League that will be played on March 30 at the Camp Nou (6:45 p.m.) when its more than 35,000 tickets had been withdrawn for an appointment that is expected to be historic.
Because, a few hours later, there were already 50,000 tickets that had been withdrawn to see the new Women’s Soccer Classic.
There were virtual queues during the morning to get a ticket and the Barcelona website continues to receive numerous requests to buy tickets.
Nobody wants to miss the first Clásico at the Camp Nou, which will open its doors for the second time in its history for an official women’s football match. In the first, against Espanyol and due to the pandemic, he could not attend the public, but this time he wants to break all the records of a club match.
But nevertheless, it will be necessary to see what the COVID situation is by then and the sanitary measures that are in force to know if a full house will be seen in the Barça coliseum or we will have to settle for a limited capacity. What is clear is that Barcelona has turned to the game that can be historic.
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