Where to buy them and how much are they worth? Motagua announces ticket prices for fight against Tigers at Olympics


Modagua wants to make the Metropolitan Olympic Stadium feel like its real home. They hope that the Sempedrano stadium will be a blue fortress on Holy Wednesday at 6:00 pm against the powerful Tigres de Mexico in a match related to the first leg of the quarter-finals of the CONCACAF Champions League.

El Ciclón will seek to hit hard and strong, which is why they want to use all the tools at their disposal to achieve a positive result in unlocking the key.

There will be 25,700 tickets on sale for the feathered group’s headliner, and tickets will go on sale by application starting today (Monday, March 27). want.

Prices: Sun 150 Lamparas, Shadow 300 and Chair 500. The boxes will be sold separately as they are owned by the Municipality.

It is worth noting that the number of tickets may increase, depending on how sales go as the date of the meeting approaches.

Raise the elevation of Honduras

Los Águilas, as the only Catracho representative still alive in this international competition, seeks the full support of their fans and Honduran football lovers.

A holiday week, a Mexican rival and a tournament are just some of the incentives that encourage attendance at the stadium.

In addition, the club’s marketing team is preparing many surprises for the people attending, so that everything will be a family and festive atmosphere.

Prior to this clash, the Hurricanes have previous commitments, and none more so than against Olimpia, five days ago at 7:00pm at the Carlos Miranda Flores de Comayagua stadium.

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A win in Blue will give him confidence to come against the Aztec Cats with more motivation.

After the game, the Eagles will practice in Tegucigalpa and head to the North Zone to take the field again on Tuesday at 5:00 p.m.

On the same day and at the same time, he will arrive in Honduras by chartered flight at the Ramon Villeda Morales Airport in the industrial city of Tigres.

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