However, as the season progressed, the players were noticing the affection and support of a hobby that led the team to some playoffs in which the Majorcans fought until the end with the Breogán River, a team that would eventually rise to the Endesa League and lived a magical night in the second match of the tie against Lugo with a Son Moix that sold out the available tickets for that match and led his team to force a third match.

Now, with the club always in contact with the institutions and pending the health situation, Palmer Alma Mediterránea Palma wants that magic that was experienced during last season to continue in the current season and, for that reason, under the motto ‘Torna il.lusió ‘presents its partner campaign for this 2021-22 season in which the LEB Oro has returned to its regular league format, leaving behind the two groups in which the championship was divided last year.

The club has designed a campaign with prices adjusted to current reality and with several options to highlight:

First Option: General member: 100 euros
Modalities of this first option: Between 10 and 18 years old (Junior category) and those over 65 years old (senior category) the cost of the subscription will be 50 euros.

Second Option: Pack Duo (Two members together) at a cost of 90 euros each card

Third Option: Premium Member, 125 euros

Fourth Option: Protector Member 250 euros

PREMIUM / PROTECTOR members will have the seat reserved throughout the season, and in the event that access to the catering of the breaks is possible. Also in case of possible capacity restrictions, these partners will have guaranteed access. These cards will not have any type of discount.



In the case of the fans who became members of the team last season, Palmer Alma Mediterránea Palma wants to thank them for their support in one of the most difficult years for the club and for that reason the members of the previous season will have a discount of the 30% in this season’s subscription, thus leaving the cost of the subscription for this year at 70 euros.

– Until 08/31/21, all members who renew their subscription will be able to keep the age of their number, or improve it in case of cancellation.

Guillermo Boscana: “We want to get people to get excited again and come to Son Moix to enjoy basketball”

“This campaign of subscribers is different from what we have done on other occasions because now we are trying to return to the path we followed before the pandemic.” With that clear and concise phrase, Guillermo Boscana has begun the presentation ceremony of the partner campaign that Palmer Alma Mediterránea Palma 2021-22 has launched under the slogan ‘Torna la il.lusió’, a campaign that in the words of the The president himself aims to achieve “that people have the illusion and desire to return to Son Moix.” At the event, in which Guillermo Boscana was accompanied by Sito Palmer, commercial director of Palmer Alma Mediterránea, Vicenç Palmer, general director of Palmer Alma Mediterránea as representatives of the main sponsor of the Palmesan club and by Jordi Mulet, general director of the club, the president of the Palmer Alma Mediterránea Palma has acknowledged that he felt “bad” that last year there were no more fans. “90% of things were very positive but we could not enjoy the team’s game or the ambition that the team showed together with the fans that we had always counted on at Son Moix, that was the worst of the past year,” he said. regretted Boscana that his objective is “to make people return to Son Moix. If the team plays like last year, we are sure to achieve it little by little ”.

At the press conference, the highlights of the campaign were detailed, with Guillermo Boscana showing optimism for the future regarding a possible increase in the capacity of the Palau d’Esports de Son Moix. “We have not wanted to number the seats because we are pending restrictions but I hope and hope that we can reach 60 or 70 percent of the capacity of the pavilion in due course,” said the president of the island club who has made it clear that they are in permanent contact with the institutions of the islands to know the number of spectators that can be counted on in the matches that will be played throughout this season.