SHAH ALAM, Oct 17 — A sellout crowd is expected for the Malaysia Cup final at the 80,000 capacity Shah Alam Stadium when giants of Malaysian football, Selangor and Kedah see action on Oct 30.
The Football Malaysia Limited Liability Partnership (FMLLP) will issue 72,000 tickets, including 2,000 tickets for children.
FMLLP chief executive officer Kevin Ramalingam said from the total 30,750 tickets, including 750 for children would be allocated to Kedah and Selangor while the remaining 10,500 including 500 tickets for children would be sold online via www.tickethotline.com.my from Oct 26.
He said tickets for adults are priced at RM50 while tickets for children below 12 will be RM5.
“Tickets for the final will be sold at the Darul Aman and Shah Alam Stadiums starting Oct 26, from 10am onwards,” he told reporters after chairing the Malaysia Cup final organising committee meeting at the Shah Alam Stadium, here today.
Shah Alam police chief ACP Shafien Mamat who was also present in the meeting reminded supporters of both teams to not bring in any banned substances like flares, firecrackers or sharp objects.
“Police will tighten security inside and outside the stadium and severe action will be taken against anyone found to be carrying banned substances. I hope fans from both teams will give their full cooperation to ensure a smooth final.
“We will screen all fans entering or leaving the stadium,” said Shafien adding that each team would only be allowed to bring in seven drums.
He said Kedah supporters and fans would use the Quadrant B and C while Selangor fans and supporters can enter through Quadrant A and D when the gates open at 4pm on match day.
Selangor, the defending champion, stormed into the final on a 5-1 aggregate over T-Team while Kedah edged Police 2-1 on aggregate to make the final. — Bernama