Upcoming match between Napoli and Juventus at the Stadio Diego Maradona has been labelled ‘at risk’ and the organisers have temporarily suspended selling ticket .
The tickets sale for the match scheduled on September 11 at 17.00 UK time in Naples has temporarily been suspended ‘due to indications from the national Observatory of Sporting Events’.
Napoli have officially announced the Observatory has requester an assessment of the event to take place after the international break.
The Observatory reserves the right to decide more calmly for the games that are under the category ‘at risk’.
Head of the Sport Area of TicketOne Amadeo Bardelli explains to CalcioNapoli24 that the reason would be due to public order.
“Prices and green pass have nothing to do with it,” he said. “Napoli have already decided the application of the latter.
“The reason is that the Observatory wanted to make a specific determination for Bologna vs. Verona and Napoli vs. Juventus.
“This will have to arrive first and then sales will start from the beginning. We blocked everything 15 minutes before it all started, without even selling one ticket.
“We know that matches can be conditioned by the ‘at risk’ status, so there will be specific determinations that may also involve ticket sales.
“We wait for the Observatory before putting everything up for sale. It’s a bureaucratic issue.”
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