Barcelona SC fans ‘missed’ the ‘Super Bowl’ and chose ‘Yellow Night 2024’

Barcelona Sporting Club made his “Yellow Night 2024” in New Jersey, United States, where they won 3-1, in the 90 minutes, at Unisamba FC, at the HinchLiffe Stadium.

Many fans of Barcelona SC They went to the game and they are very rarely able to attend a ‘Shipyard Idol’ game due to the distance in which they live now. Even, The fanaticism of some fans led them to compare Yellow Night with the Super Bowl.

Already in the commitment, Djorkaeff Reasco, Fernando Gaibor and Allen Obando They scored to make it 3-1 in favor of ‘Shipyard Idol’. It is worth remembering that due to the situation in the country, the Yellow Night could not be held at the Monumental of Guayaquil, since the mayor Aquiles Alvarez, The public was not allowed to enter.

The event began at approximately 11:00 where Several fans were able to have photos and signatures of their idols. The commitment began at 2:00 p.m. where tickets cost USD 55 for 2024 members and minors; and USD 65 for the rest of the fans.

He Barcelona SC will face the newly promoted on the first date, andl Imbabura SC. Furthermore, the team Diego Lopez will face the Libertadores Cup for this year.

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