Qilu Evening News·Qilu One Point Special Correspondent Ji Yu October 14 From Suzhou
Suzhou, a city that hosts the two teams of Suzhou Soochow and Kunshan FC, has never had the atmosphere of the Super League as strong as this year.
On October 14, the reporter rushed to Gusu from Qilu Dadi. On the 16th, the second stage of the Chinese Super League championship competition will be staged here. The opponents in the opening match of the day are Hebei China Fortune and Guangzhou Evergrande. All preparations for the Suzhou Division are basically in place. After more than half a month of off-season, the fighting in the Super League is about to reignite.
Around the competition venues is the place with the strongest league atmosphere. The game has not yet started, and you can feel that the game is in front of you. At the subway entrance near the venue, a striking poster with the words "Gusu 8:30, Chinese Super League is here." When I arrived at the Suzhou Sports Center Stadium, a three-story huge poster of the same style appeared on the walls of surrounding buildings. Around the stadium are full of posters, banners and signs with the theme of "Awakening One Thousand Hearts".
The atmosphere has already been created, and the venue preparations are coming to an end. The earliest match undertaken by the Suzhou Sports Center Stadium was the first round of Shandong Luneng and Beijing Guoan on October 17. When the reporter came to the stadium, the spectator ticket gates were basically arranged, the lawn trimming was basically completed, and the area signs for the convenience of fans and the media were also set up.
Compared with the first stage, the second stage will increase the scale of opening to fans, in which the Suzhou division plans to open all games. At the same time, the ticket purchase process has also been streamlined. Fans no longer need to submit a nucleic acid test report. They only need to use the health code, ID card and wear a mask to enter the game. At present, tickets for Shandong Luneng and Beijing Guoan have been sold out, and there are still tickets left for other games.
Although the stands are further open to spectators, strict prevention and control is still the top priority of the league. The reporter observed that every other seat in the auditorium was affixed with a "seal". The staff told reporters that this was to ensure that the audience kept a safe distance and to prevent fans from sitting next to each other while watching the game. The warning sign in front of the auditorium also reminded the audience to wear masks throughout the process and obey the on-site management.
With the successful experience of hosting the first stage of the event, there is reason to believe that the event will go smoothly in the future. Bless the Chinese Super League, bless Luneng, and bless this city that is emerging on the Chinese football map.