Football euphoria spreads like wildfire: no more seats available on the plane taking fans to Copenhagen
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The fever is rising, the euphoria is intensifying. The fact that one of the travel agencies organising a one-day visit to Kobenhavn and a match against Denmark in the penultimate round of Euro 2024 qualifiers has sold out all the seats on the so-called fan plane is a testimony to how much Slovenia is shaking with football fever.
“This offer is currently unavailable,” says the Kompas website, which sold out the package despite the high price of €495. In addition, each player had to pay an extra €55 for a ticket to the match at the Parken Stadium.
How many fans will Slovenia have is not yet known if Kek’s squad will actually play in Denmark, where, if they win, they would already secure a place at Euro 2024, but it should be stressed that members of the fan group are also going on the trip. Združeni navijači Slovenije, who have also supported the national team on away trips to San Marino and Northern Ireland.
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