Ibiza already exceeds 2,000 subscribers

The figure has been achieved in just one week of the campaign. The Ibizan club may have a maximum of 4,500 followers with a card for home games.


That in Ibiza there is a desire for Second Division football begins to be more than clear. Especially taking into account the acceptance that the UD Ibiza subscriber campaign is having, which a week after starting up already exceeds 2,000 subscribers who do not want to miss the historic season of the Ibizan team in LaLiga SmartBank.

A fact that the club wanted to highlight this Saturday on its social networks, with a clear message to continue attracting subscribers: "Do not stay behind, join the celestial family. We need you more than ever," published the Pitiusan entity on its Twitter official, with an image of the Can Misses stadium full on the occasion of the historic visit of Barcelona in the Copa del Rey in January of last year.

Almost certainly, the number of subscribers will continue to grow in the coming days. The maximum ceiling set by the club, according to the sources consulted by As, is 4,500 supporters with a card, out of a total capacity in the stadium of almost 6,200 fans.

UD Ibiza also made it clear that the fans will be essential to achieve the goal of remaining in the second category of Spanish football. "This season Can Misses will be our best signing," he also indicated on Twitter.

On the other hand, the squad that Juan Carlos Carcedo trains will begin their second concentration off the island this coming week, in this case in Benidorm. The club had informed that this 'stage' would begin on July 21, but it will finally be from this day 19. Precisely, on the 21st the celestial will play their second friendly match of the preseason. It will be in Orihuela against Al-Raed, who is active in the Saudi highest category and trained by the Spanish Pablo Machín. The first, which was played this past Friday at La Manga Club, resulted in a 1-0 defeat against First Division Getafe.

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