A total of 2,438 people entered, a record sold out in 1,397 days.
Expectations for the team have changed, including the appointment of a new coach and a cup competition win.
The OK Financial Group volleyball team announced on the 20th that all 2,300 seats were sold out within 3 minutes of the start of the game in the home opening match of the 2023-2024 V-League Men’s Division against KEPCO and Dodram, which is being held at Sangnoksu Gymnasium in Ansan.
According to the club, a total of 2,438 people entered the stadium on this day, which is the first sell-out case in the 2023-2024 V League.
The last time the OK Financial Group volleyball team sold out its home game was against Hyundai Capital on December 24 in the 2019-2020 season. With this sell-out, the OK Financial Group volleyball team succeeded in obtaining the pleasant title of selling out a home game for the first time in 1397 days.
The OK Financial Group volleyball team also prepared various gifts to celebrate its first home game celebrating its 10th anniversary. An Oxford block figure depicting Ogino Massage Director and commemorative rice cakes engraved with the emblem commemorating the 10th anniversary were distributed to fans who visited the site.
The fans’ confidence in the changed OK Financial Group volleyball team can be seen in the fact that they sold out their first home game after appointing coach Ogino Massage as the new coach.짱구카지노 주소
OK Financial Group’s volleyball team announced major changes in celebration of its 10th anniversary by appointing massage coach Ogino. These changes led to the first cup win since its founding at the 2023 Gumi-Dodram Cup professional volleyball tournament, the first official stage held under Ogino Massage coach.
An OK Financial Group team official said, “We are sincerely grateful to the fans who helped us achieve this pleasant result of selling out Sangnoksu Gymnasium in 1,397 days. “I think this is a phenomenon that reflects the fans’ expectations for the OK Financial Group volleyball team, which is showing a changing side,” he said. “We will strive to create an environment and games where fans can come and enjoy volleyball this season as well.” .