The United Football League is happy to announce that free entrance to UFL matches at the Emperador Stadium will be granted to individuals with a vaild student ID, children below four feet, and senior citizens.
“We want the UFL to be a family thing and not just for football enthusiasts,” said UFL Chairman Santi Araneta.
With the second round of fixtures just getting underway in the three-round First Division, more supporters have the opportunity to follow the competition live at the Emperador Stadium until the season’s end in June.
“The UFL’s decision to allow free entrance to students, young children, and seniors is aimed at accelerating the league’s growing fan base,” said UFL President Randy Roxas. “Grassroots development is a key component of the league’s growth. It is important for the youth to watch live games on a regular basis as it provides a lot of learning opportunities for them. You can only get better by watching the best players play and there is no substitute for seeing your idols play live.”
Those not falling in any of the categories for free entrance will be charged P50 for bleacher seats and P100 for grandstand seats.