Gerena also confirmed the good news.
All proceeds from the sale of entrance tickets go directly to support the first team. The revenues from them alone are currently almost a quarter of a million levs. The players expect several salaries and every lev is extremely valuable for the club in this difficult time.
This makes Levski the first club in all of Eastern Europe to manage to sell off the full capacity of its stadium for an event for which no live fans will be allowed.
A pioneer in this regard is the German Lokomotiv Leipzig, whose fans bought tickets for the match behind closed doors to help their club survive in the difficult financial situation.