Mohammed Marjan, executive director of Al Ahli Club, announced details of the sale of tickets for the match against Sun Downs, scheduled for Saturday in the quarter-finals of the African Champions League.
"There is an operations room that manages the sale and delivery of tickets across 27 outlets in different governorates of Egypt. There is an unusual demand for tickets," Morjan said on his channel.
He added: "Smouha welcomed the work of a ticket sales outlet for the difficulty of allocating an outlet at Alexandria Stadium, which is undergoing maintenance and development."
"There are 6,300 tickets sold and 25,000 tickets remain on the electronic system. There is great confidence in our players and the technical staff to perform well."
"The gates of the Burj Al Arab Stadium will open at 11 am and close at 5 pm, and five gates have been allocated for the entrance of the masses with a gate for every 6,000 spectators."
Al Ahli's executive director pointed out that the "third right" runway was reserved for Sun Downs fans who will enter the stadium from Gate 3.
"Equivalence with Sun Dunes, and despite allocating 100 tickets to us in the first leg, we decided to allocate 500 tickets to the fans at Burj Al Arab and 20 seats in the main cabin," he said.