The stadium in the capital will be 90% filled due to organizational needs, but the permitted capacity should be reached: the match will be broadcast in 165 countries around the world, with various past champions present in the stands
There are just over 30 hours left until the kick-off of the Italian Super Cup and the pieces of the mosaic are starting to fit together, as it should be. For example, the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh is running out of space in various sectors, with local organizers announcing the imminence of a full house, according to what is permitted: the stadium will in fact be 90% filled for logistical reasons, such as the spaces reserved for the so-called “bearings”. In any case, over 300 fans are expected from Italy who have enjoyed the freedom to buy tickets in the sector most congenial to them, without obligations to divide the two factions.
For the two abundant hours of the match, between the pre-match and the final award ceremony, the eyes of a large part of the world will be focused on Riyadh, with the match being broadcast in 165 countries by 35 foreign broadcasters. Home viewing will be enhanced by a record number of cameras for an Italian football match abroad, over 30, to which will be added a drone for unprecedented shots and a good dose of virtual reality. Under the eyes of several football legends (Francesco Totti, Marco Materazzi, Christian Vieri, Ciro Ferrara, Franco Baresi, Daniele Massaro, Walter Zenga, Fabio Galante, Ivan Ramiro Cordoba, Demetrio Albertini, Luigi Di Biagio…) he will then officially debut the semi-automatic offside, which in Serie A will be integrated from the first day of return. “It will be a show within the show – said the CEO of Lega Serie A, Luigi De Siervo -, with cinematic images, dedicated cameras and super slow-motion. We were driven by the desire for innovation and the goal of attracting the younger generations” . The show is served.
January 17, 2023 (change January 17, 2023 | 09:26)
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