CD Ramón y Cajal presented this morning, in the press room of the Palacio de los Deportes, the Season Ticket Campaign for the 21/22 season in which it will compete in the new Challenge Women’s League. The main novelties, in addition to the confirmation that the Reds will play at the Palacio de los Deportes at home, is the single season ticket at a price of € 22.
The event was attended by the mayor of Granada, Francisco Cuenca, the president of CD Tear Ramón y Cajal, Luis Felipe, the first deputy mayor and councilor for Equality, among other areas, Ana Muñoz, and the councilor for Sports, José Antonio Huertas .
The mayor of Granada, Francisco Cuenca, predicted that “this will be a historic season. We hope it is for sports and especially for basketball. RACA, our top-flight women’s team is a hallmark of hope because the fact that basketball matches can be held at the highest level and with an audience, after such difficult times we have, means hope. It will be a historic season, since we are going to have our two top-level clubs in that line of the highest category and the Granada City Council has a constant, permanent commitment to equality and sports, and for equality in sports . We have been working for a long time in the area of ??sports, in the area of ??equality, with the idea of ??making available the magnificent facilities that Granada has from a sporting point of view, at the same level as the women’s team in our city ”.
For his part, the president of RACA, Luis Felipe, acknowledged with emotion “I still do not know if it is true that we are here today presenting the subscriber campaign at the sports hall, our home for this season and hopefully many more.” Felipe recalled that “five seasons ago we played the National League, an autonomous competition, at the Ramon y Cajal Pavilion. We believe that something well has been done when we moved here today ”.
Felipe spoke of the demands of the new LF Challenge “a unique group in the entire Spanish territory, fifteen high-level teams with powerful clubs behind them, and only two Andalusian representatives. A complicated League that we will face with a squad that exudes enthusiasm, humanity and quality in abundance, and that we are sure will give a first-rate basketball show ”.
Finally, he encouraged “all sports fans and especially Granada’s basketball fans. From tomorrow you can buy your subscription for 22 euros, to watch the 15 regular league games. A competitive price, our decisive bet so that the palace has a spectacular atmosphere when we play at home ”.
We level up
The campaign focuses on the steps that RACA Granada has climbed to compete in a new category that is even more demanding than the previous one. This season sports competitiveness increases, demands increase, the budget is increased, structurally grows, and in addition, it will be played in a facility according to the sporting level and the needs of a much more professional league. And those steps are also those of the fans who will come to the Palace to cheer on the Granada women’s team.
This subscription represents support for Granada’s women’s basketball, giving its bearer the right to a reserved seat to watch the matches that Raca Granada of the Women’s League Challenge plays at home – the fifteen of the Regular League and the possible second-phase tie-, as long as the health authorities allow it.
In order to bring more Granada fans closer to women’s basketball, and that they know the level of the competition and the players, the Club has decided to lower the price of season tickets compared to previous seasons by more than half, setting them at 22 euros, with management fees included (2 euros).
Buy at redentradas.com
Both the purchase of the season tickets and the single tickets for each game – at the price of 5 euros, management fees included – can be purchased, from 10 am on Wednesday, September 8, through the internet. in the TICKET OFFICE section of cdramonycajal.com, in the link of redentradas.com/cdraca, or in person at the offices that redentradas has in the city, at the Isabel La Católica Theater and Calle Ancha de la Virgen, number 27.