Sunday, August 24, 2014


LionsXII Announce Ticket Restrictions For JDT II Tie

22 AUGUST 2014: The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has been advised by the authorities to inform fans planning to watch next Tuesday’s (26 August 2014) Malaysia Cup match between LionsXII and Johor Darul Takzim II of the following:
  1. to ensure that they have valid tickets for entry,
  2. that they are eligible for admission with their tickets (see below table), and
  3. to bring their original photo ID for entry into Jalan Besar Stadium for the match if they have Local tickets.

Below are the categories of fans who will be allowed/not allowed into the stadium:
Local fan with Local ticket
Foreign Away fan with Away ticket
Local Away fan with Local ticket
Foreigner holding Work Permit / Student Pass with Local ticket
Allowed (Seating allocation dependent on which team they support)
Foreigner (Malaysian) with Social Visit Pass holding Local ticket
NOT allowed

The FAS wishes to remind the public that Away fans holding Local tickets will not be allowed into the Stadium.
The FAS also reserves the right to turn away fans without their original photo ID, and to move any JDT II fans found sitting among LionsXII supporters to areas designated for away support.
 We seek everyone’s patience and understanding and their support to help make this match a pleasant and enjoyable experience for all.


COMMENT - I wonder what the outcry would be if English Premier League enforced such restrictions? Back in the Super League, Singapore kept travelling JDT fans at immigration for two hours before allowing them to travel to Jalan Besar...then wouldn't let them in. Aren't they lucky Indonesia were drawn in the group based in Vietnam for the ASEAN Cup?!

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