Mumbai City FC vs Al Hilal tickets to be available for pre-registration from September 29
Tickets for Mumbai City FC vs. Al Hilal will be available for pre-registration on September 29 as the Islanders host Neymar Jr. and co.
Mumbai City FC vs Al Hilal tickets will be open to pre-registration on September 29. The AFC Champions League Game is scheduled on November 6 and will be played at DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai. The encounter might see Brazilian star Neymar play in India for the first time. The Indian Super League Shield Winner was drawn in Group D in the AFC Champions League alongside Al HIlal.
Only 38000 of the possible 55,000 Mumbai City FC vs Al Hilal tickets for the AFC matches will be sold. The remaining 2,000 seats will be allocated for VIP guests, actors, and politicians. Tickets are likely to be more expensive than usual due to the high demand and importance of the game, and to sell out quickly.
Mumbai City play Al Hilal, who finished third in the SPL last season, in their next match. The players will also have the opportunity to face one of their favourites, Neymar Jr., a former Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain player who recently joined Al Hilal. They have signed several European stars this summer, including Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Kalidou Koulibaly, and Ruben Neves.
The Saudi club is the tournament’s most successful team, having won four times and finished second five times. FC Nassaji Mazandaran of Iran and PFC Navbahor Namangan of Uzbekistan are the other two clubs in the group that will play in Pune. The matches between Mumbai City and these teams will take place on September 18 and December 4, respectively.
Mumbai City FC was defeated 2-0 by Nassaji Mazandaran of Iran in the AFC Champions League 2023-24 Group D opener. The Iranian club’s goals came from Ehsan Hosseini (34′) and Mohammad Azadi (62′). MCFC couldn’t find the finishing touch to get on the scoreboard. The defeat at home puts the Indian football team on the defensive early in their AFC Champions League campaign.
Mumbai City FC’s next AFC Champions League encounter will be against Uzbekistan’s Navbahor on October 3 in Tashkent. Mumbai City FC is competing in the Asian Champions League for the second time in a row. Last season, they won two games in their first ACL campaign against Iraq’s Air Force Club but did not advance to the knockout stages.