the opening of the « general public » ticket office for the Lille-Lens derby is postponed
The opening of the « general public » ticket office for the North derby between Lille and Lens, on Sunday October 9 (8:45 p.m., 10th day of Ligue 1), is « postponed to a later date », announces the LOSC this Wednesday. The club is awaiting a communication from the prefecture concerning the reception of Lensois supporters.
Fans will have to take their troubles patiently. This Wednesday, LOSC announced that the opening of the « general public » ticket office for the North derby between Lille and Lens, scheduled for October 9 at the end of the 10th day of Ligue 1 at the Pierre-Mauroy stadium, is postponed » at a later date ».
« LOSC informs its supporters that, pending the formalization and communication by the Northern Prefecture of the decisions and measures governing the reception of Racing Club de Lens supporters at the Decathlon Arena Stade Pierre Mauroy, the opening of the ticket office to the ‘general public’ for the LOSC-RC Lens meeting is postponed to a later date », specifies the press release from the Mastiffs.
LOSC « will communicate soon »
« While more than 40,000 tickets have already been allocated, LOSC recalls that the ticket office for the match remains open and accessible for its subscribers, continues the press release. LOSC thanks its supporters for their understanding and will soon communicate an update of these informations. »
A little less than three weeks before this derby, meetings are still in progress with groups of Lensois supporters about their trip to Lille. As a reminder, the last derby had seen the ban on the movement of Blood and Gold fans.