Partizan-Skënderbeu, Nov. 2 in Belgrade
On November 2nd, Partizan will meet Albanian team Skënderbeu in the fourth round of the group stage in this seasons`s Europa League. Two teams played the match in Albania in October, which ended 0-0. This time, Partizan will play at home – it will be the first match Partizan will be playing in front of it`s supporters on home soil since the match with Olympiacos during the qualifications for the Champions League. On the same day the other two teams from Group B, Young Boys and Dinamo Kiev, will also compete. Partizan-Skënderbeu match needs to end with three points going to Partizan for our team to have a chance to advance to the next phase of Europa League. So far, Dinamo Kiev have shown to be the strongest team in the group, so Partizan and the teams from Switzerland and Albania will compete hard for the second position in the group.
Strong security measures
The measure against Partizan, given by UEFA for acts of Partizan’s supporters during the matches with Buducnost and Olympiacos, have expired, but Partizan still have a suspended sentence, so any missbehaviour during the match against Skënderbeu might have dire consequences. Partizan’s management appealed to the fans to support their team in a sportslike manner, especially as Partizan was welcomed warmly in Albania last month. The match in Belgrade will be covered by 75 new cameras, as Partizan spent more that 100.000 Euros preparing for this match, also buying new gates for better crowd control. Another innovation will be the printed name of the ticket owner on each ticket, so only the owner will be able to enter the stadium, and the person who buys the tickets must specify the names of the persons he is buying them for.
Partizan is the favorite in this match, and there is no doubt that fans will expect nothing short of victory. On the other hand, Skënderbeu proved to be a hard nut to break, so Partizan’s players will have to be more creative in attack this time if they plan to pick all three points. After the match against Skënderbeu, Partizan will play with the Swiss team on November 23rd. If Partizan can triumph in both matches it is almost certain that Serbian club will have a place in the next round of competition, so our team can play without pressure the last game of this season against Dinamo, which only narrowly won over Partizan in the first match of the group phase.
Tickets available from October 26
Owners of season passes will have the opportunity to get the tickets for Partizan-Skënderbeu match from October 22, while everybody else can buy their tickets starting on October 26. Tickets can also be ordered by phone, on following number 011/2030-570. Prices of tickets for the match Partizan-Skënderbeu are 1.000 RSD for north and south, 2.000 RSD for east and west, and 6.000 RSD for box seats. Prices will remain the same for the match against Young Boys.
Sky Apartments have a considerable experience in providing accommodation our guests who come to Belgrade to see the big matches either of two Belgrade’s big teams, or to watch the national team. We can offer well furnished apartments close to the stadium, as well as great flats in the city center, only 20 minutes by public transport away from the stadium. Four or five persons can lodge in one apartment, which makes the price per person of a night’s stay extremely competitive.