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Fans Worldwide Buy Tickets For Match Days After It’s Been Played

Fans of Croatian football club Hajduk Split from all over the world have started purchasing match tickets for a game at Split’s Poljud stadium. Nothing unusual about that. Only the match has already been played.

Hajduk Split Supporter’s Club “Bilo Srce”, have started a campaign titled “If your sad and you can’t make it to Poljud”, after the club fended off bankruptcy at the 11th hour last week. The club, which is in financial strife, saw 22,000 fans turn up last Sunday as they showed their support to keep the club a float.

Tickets for last Sunday’s match against Istra were still being sold one day after the match. Fans from Germany, France, Bosnia and Herzegovina and other countries all over the world had purchased their tickets online for the match that had been played already.

“We have had fans from all over the world support this campaign. They can’t come to the match, so they get their tickets signed by all the Hajduk players, a nice souvenir,” said “Bilo Srce”.

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