Ludogorets’ practice at Letzigrund stadium in Zurich was on Wednesday. The team will stand against FC Zurich on Thursday in another game of the UEFA Europa League A group.
“Do not expect any surprises from Ludogorets. Regardless of our competitor, we need to show our class. Ludogorets has a distinctive style and this is not going to change. Zurich is a classy team and we need to be focused during the entire game’, said the team’s manager Paulo Autuori during the press conference.
‘I expect a tough game. We are prepared to play the way we do it best, just as the coach expects. We also hope to achieve a good result. We have enough self-confidence after we won the last home game. We hope we achieve a similar success against Zurich’, Lukoki commented.
Ludogorets will return to Bulgaria on Friday afternoon. The charter flight will land around 6:00 p.m. in Sofia.
The game against Zurich is a part of the UEFA Europa League A group and it is scheduled for the 4th of October at 6:55 p.m.
PFC Ludogorets would like to announce to all the fans that will attend the game in Zurich that they can buy tickets on the day of the game. Tickets will be available for the B sector of ‘Letzigrun’ stadium and they can be purchased from the cash desk behind sector 9 after 3:00 p.m. The cash desk will be open until the game starts. The price is 25CHF per ticket.
Every fan must carry a valid ID in order to be able to buy a ticket and enter the stadium.
Ludogorets will travel to Switzerland on Wednesday. The charter flight to Zurich will take off from Varna Airport at 11:00 a.m. on the 3rd of October. The champions will have a practice session the same day at ‘Letzigrund’ stadium which is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. The official Ludogorets press conference will begin at 2:30 p.m. Paulo Autuori and Jodi Lukoki will speak at the press conference.
The team will come back to Bulgaria on Friday (5th of October) with a flight from Zurich to Sofia. The charter flight is expected to land at Sofia Airport around 6:30 p.m.
PFC Ludogorets’s visit to Zurich was supported by NAVIBULGAR.