The size of the ‘blue sea’ for the Portuguese Cup final skyrockets in 24 hours

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The Dragons aim, against Tondela, for the double in the 2021/22 season, after lifting the 30th national champion trophy

The number of Porto players who will be at the Estádio do Jamor to watch FC Porto-Tondela on May 22 has grown exponentially and rapidly. This Wednesday, after around 24 hours, the second tranche of tickets for Dragons fans for the 2021/22 Portuguese Cup final was sold out.

The new shipment of category 3 tickets, made available after a great run for the first 12,000 tickets, has been on sale since Tuesday at 10 a.m., at the ticket offices in the east area of ​​Estádio do Dragão (unit cost € 15), and there were those who went there at dawn to secure one of the first places in line.

The sale was for members with a subscription (2021/2022) or annual seat for 2019/20 and members with a current March membership. Each associated person was able to purchase two tickets, using an affiliation card.

A week ago, when the Dragons went on sale with the first 12,000 tickets, demand far exceeded supply and fans’ patience was tested. There were those who spent the morning near the stadium. The line grew so much that the last aspirant was almost next to the first. On the same day, the Portuguese Football Federation made more tickets available on the Internet, with no access restrictions, and the participation rate in purchases was just as high, selling out within hours.

FC Porto are aiming for the double in the 2021/22 season against Tondela, after lifting the 30th national champion trophy last weekend.

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