In its bid to encourage families to watch it’s home games, the management of Abubakar Bukola Saraki (ABS) Ilorin FC, has said women and their children under 15 years of age will from Sunday, Jan. 22, watch the team’s matches free.
The team’s Director of Football, Alloy Chukwuemeka, disclosed this on Friday in Ilorin during an interview with the newsmen.
The Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Premier League Club Owners boasted that Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) clubs stadia are safer than ever these days, kudos to the enabling environment created by the League Management company.
“We want to encourage families to our match venues and the best way to go is to encourage the women.
“All you need to do as the head of the family is to bring the whole house and only the husband will pay so far the rest are women, girls and boys U-15.
“ABSFC has a fantastic discipline when it comes to a safe place to watch a football match.
“We have some other plans but we are starting with this one first beginning from the Ifeanyi Ubah game.
“We want to get the women fully involved too, just bring your family and enjoy good football” Chukwuemeka said.
The Saraki Boys will be looking forward to consolidate on their impressive start to the season with a win against FC Ifeanyi Ubah on Sunday in Ilorin.