Egyptian club Al Ahli announced on Sunday that it has submitted a request to officials to allow a mass visitation of the Cairo Stadium at full capacity during the match against Al Hilal of Sudan in the African Champions League.
On March 31, a fierce confrontation between the Al-Ahly club and its guest Al-Hilal will take place at the stadium in Cairo, which will include a qualifying match for the quarter-finals of the African Champions League in the last round of the second group of competitions. or next April 1st.
Al-Ahli said via his social media accounts: “Today, the club sent a letter to Major General Mahmoud Tawfiq, Minister of the Interior, requesting approval of the mass attendance at full capacity Cairo Stadium in Al-Ahly and Al-Al. – Hilal match at the end of the Champions League group stage events, which is scheduled for one of the days 3-31 or 1-4 days 2023.
The club added: “Especially as this upcoming match determines the team that made it to the quarter-finals… and the Al Ahly team needs a lot of public support to win and get a boarding pass.”
In his speech, the Red Genie reaffirmed his “appreciation for the great efforts made by the security personnel and for the consequences and responsibilities they bear in such national positions, as well as for their support of the sports institutions that represent the country in continental forums.” “
Al Ahli need to beat Sudan’s Al Hilal by one to two goals if the latter scores to advance to the African Champions League quarter-finals.
The Red Genie is third in the group standings with 7 points, 3 behind the Sudanese club and 4 behind the leader Mamelodi Sundowns from South Africa.