Fiji FA expects good turnout
22 July, 2017, 12:00 am
FIJI Football Association (FFA) is expecting a huge turnout for the second 2017 INKK Battle of the Giants (BOG) semi-final between western giants Nadi and Lautoka at Churchill Park, today.
Defending BOG champions Lautoka will not be letting go of their title that easily when they face their rival neighbours when they take them on at home.
FFA chief executive officer Mohammed Yusuf said they expected a bumper of a crowd at Churchill Park today.
“Ticket sales have been very good and we urge fans, friends and families to come out in numbers and watch some quality football that will be played in one of Fiji’s best grounds,” Yusuf said.
He said fans would be treated to some very high quality Fijian football as the best four teams of the 2017 BOG battle it out.
According to him the reactions they have received so far has been very positive and they were looking forward to the game.
“Expect some quality football when these teams march in to the ground.
Fiji Football coach Christophe Gamel will also be among the spectators as he will be assessing players for national duties.
Lautoka won the 2016 BOG which was played at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori.