BIÑAN CITY, Laguna — The preparation of Biñan City Football Stadium ran smoothly with officials experiencing no serious left and right unexpected problems.
Ticketing booth, portable toilets (portalets), lost and found area, air-conditioned media center, 3,000 seating capacity, and VIP lounge are some of the things Biñan City Football Stadium is proud of.
Even halal-certified foods for VIPs are already prepared too.
According to the venue manager, the stadium was already used during Vietnam’s match against Brunei on Monday, and there were no serious problems at all.
The only but slight problem they’ve faced was controlling the local and foreign media who were covering the event.
“Kung saan-saan sila tumatakbo dala nila ’yung bag nila. So ngayon, nagbawal na kami na ibaba nila ’yung bag nila, at cameras nila,” said Ariel Serrantes, Biñan City Football Stadium venue manager.
On Tuesday, Thailand’s women’s football team arrived at the stadium on an airconditioned bus for their match against Vietnam.
Some of the small problems they’ve experienced were the slow distribution of their IDs and the heavy traffic going to Biñan from their hotel in Manila. But despite all these, their situation is good because the stadium is good.
Meanwhile, there were people who also arrived early at the football stadium to watch and support the Philippine women’s football team against Myanmar. Their match ended to a scoreless draw.
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