CΓ³rdoba CF will pay its fans part of the ticket to Montijo

CΓ³rdoba CF has announced that will pay 5 euros of the ticket price (15) established by Montijo for visiting supporters in the game that will be played next Sunday, starting at 12.00, in the Emilio Macarro Stadium. The measure has been adopted by the blanquiverde entity to encourage the presence of fans in an important match to bring even closer the objective of promotion to the First RFEF. El Montijo provided a package of 600 tickets to CΓ³rdoba, which will charter a bus at the price of 10 euros for those who acquire the locality. The long trip and the time of the commitment will not lead to a Green and White caravan similar to the one in the clash in Antequera, where almost two thousand Cordobesistas met, but the presence of fans is guaranteed in one of the strongest venues of the division.

The local club, taking advantage of the visit of CΓ³rdoba CF, has established “club day”. The nearly 600 Montijano members will have to pay 10 euros to go to sports facilities that border on 2,000 seats. Children, from 0 to 5 years old, will have their entrance free of charge and the general public will pay between 15 euros -Lateral Tribune, Preference and Funds- and 20 euros -Tribuna-. The match will not be televised by Footters -El Montijo is the only team that does not have an agreement with this platform in group 4 of the Second RFEF- and it will be broadcast, prior reservation for 8 euros and with a limitation of 300 connections, through the official website of the Badajoz club.

The crossing of messages

In the last few hours, Montijo and CΓ³rdoba CF have tried to encourage their fans with messages through social networks that have caused an impact. The club from the municipality of Badajoz released a message alluding to CΓ³rdoba through its official account. “You can beat them, they are not invincible”he indicated, attaching a video of the game in which the Blanquiverdes were defeated last season 20-21 at El ArcΓ‘ngel by Betis Deportivo in injury time.

Shortly after, Cordoba CF replied through its official channels. “We are not ashamed of where we come from, because we are clear about where we are going”expresses, adding the announcement of his help of 5 euros to pay part of the ticket “to anyone who wants to accompany the team this Sunday”. In the Cordovan tweet, a video is added in which, in addition to images of the infamous match against the BΓ©tico subsidiary -in Second B, a category that no longer exists, and with a team of which there are barely four footballers left-, adds others from the course current with goal celebrations and fellowship with fans on different trips.