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June 23, 2021

Only 9,000 tickets left for Dinamo vs. Barcelona friendly

The game is scheduled on Saturday, at 8.15 PM, on Bucharest’s National Arena.
Over 500 gendarmes will handle the security issues.

The organizers of the friendly game that Dinamo will play against Spain’s Barcelona announced yesterday that only 9,000 tickets can still be purchased for the game, Mediafax informs. “Tickets can be bought only from ticket booths at the National Arena,” a communiqué informs.
Former Romanian national team captain and Barcelona player Gheorghe Hagi will be the special guest at the official dinner organized ahead of the game set to take place on Bucharest’s National Arena, Adrian Thiess, CEO of Thiess Holding, one of the companies organizing the event, stated yesterday.
The Spanish delegation consists of 100 persons and will arrive in Romania on Friday, at 8.45 PM. The Spaniards will stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel and will leave for Spain immediately after the game. “The Catalonians didn’t have special requests; on the contrary, they didn’t even bring their own chef. For the locker-room they’ve asked for fresh fruits, water, sports drinks, ice and three massage tables. Both the Head of State and the Premier, as well as politicians and ambassadors, were invited at the game,” Adrian Thiess pointed out.
500 gendarmes will handle the security issues, the game being labeled a high-risk game. Fans will not be allowed to enter the stadium with pyrotechnic materials, blunt objects, teargas substances, alcoholic drinks, and banners containing xenophobic, racist or obscene messages. Drunken fans will not be allowed to enter the stadium either.
The park the stadium is located in can only be accessed by foot, on the basis of access tickets or press accreditations, through the Basarabia Boulevard, the Maior Coravu Street and the Pierre de Coubertin Boulevard, or by car through the same routes on the basis of access tickets accompanied by car access stubs placed on the cars’ windscreens.

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