29,532 tickets at an average price of 29.6 euros were sold during the first 18 days of this season through the LaLiga visitor stand initiative, the agreement signed by 17 LaLiga EA Sports clubs (all except Real Madrid, Villarreal and Rayo Vallecano) to regulate the conditions of fans in the visiting stands of stadiums.
LaLiga, which recalls that the agreement establishes a fixed quota of 300 tickets at a maximum price of 30 euros for visiting fans, announced that demand has exceeded one hundred percent of the total tickets offered in 44 of the 131 matches in which It was carried out.
"We are very happy with the results of this first part of the season. We trust that more clubs can join the project, to continue making football an open space where the same passion can be shared between different hobbies in an affordable way," commented Víctor Martín, Chief of Staff of the Presidency of LaLiga.
The matches that have had the highest demand are the Basque derby between Real Sociedad and Athletic Club, with a request of more than 730%; Osasuna-Real Sociedad, with more than 624%; and Alavés-Athletic Club, above 571%. The Seville derby between Sevilla and Betis occupies fourth position, with requests for tickets from Betis fans above 250%.
Among the clubs, Sevilla is the one that has offered the most tickets on average per game for visiting teams, with 602, followed by Athletic Club (550), Betis (531) and Valencia and Granada, with almost 500.
The fans who have made the most use of the agreement to accompany their team as visitors have been those of Betis and Atlético de Madrid, with an average of 400 tickets per game. They are followed by the followers of Las Palmas, Seville and Cádiz, with almost 300 each.
LaLiga highlighted that in the ranking of fans that have bought the most tickets in the first 18 days are those of Betis and Atlético de Madrid, with almost 3,100 each, followed by Cádiz, with 2,819 sales, Athletic Club, with 2,553 , and Las Palmas, with 2,385.