Undefeated Daegu FC, sold out for the 9th time… How did they perform in front of a full house?

Undefeated Daegu FC, sold out for the 9th time… How did they perform in front of a full house?

Daegu FC and DGB Daegu Bank Park, who have made the keyword ‘sellout’ a household word in the K League, kick off the Final Round with another sellout record and the challenge of going undefeated in seven consecutive sold-out matches.

Daegu FC, who will face Jeonbuk Hyundai in the first match of the Final Round on May 21, recorded its third consecutive sellout and ninth of the season when all available tickets went on sale in less than 10 minutes on Thursday afternoon during the general presale.

DGB Daegu Bank Park had a total of nine sellouts in 2019, its first year of operation, including eight K League 1 matches and one AFC Champions League match, and this season, having already tied the record set in 2019, Daegu is on track to set a new record for most sellouts in a season with its two remaining home matches.

After recording three and eight sellouts in 2020 and 2021, respectively, due to limited attendance in the wake of COVID-19, Daegu’s streak of sellouts seemed to come to a halt last year, but they are on track to continue their record-breaking run this season.

With a 2-0 win against Jeonbuk Hyundai in the fourth round of their second home game, their first sold-out game of the season, Daegu hasn’t had a bad record in sold-out games.

The first sellout was followed by a 0-3 defeat against Ulsan Hyundai on Children’s Day in front of a sold-out crowd, but with that game out of the way, Daegu remains unbeaten in sold-out matches this season.토토사이트

Their record in the previous eight sold-out games was three wins, four draws and one loss. With six goals scored and only three conceded, excluding the Ulsan game, it’s clear that Daegu has benefited from the support of a full house.

In 2019, when there were no admission restrictions, Daegu recorded two wins, five draws, and two losses in front of sold-out crowds, with Seoul and upcoming opponent Jeonbuk tasting defeat.

With the increased interest in the team, Daegu has shown an evolving track record of selling out matches, and it is expected that fan interest and expectations will continue to grow.

Following the home game against Jeonbuk, Daegu’s remaining opponents at Daepak this season are Gwangju FC, who have the strange jinx of not beating each other at home, and Incheon United, who Daegu hasn’t won against this season.

While it will be interesting to see how far Daegu can continue their six-match unbeaten sellout formula, the 2023 season will see Daegu achieve double-digit sellout matches for the first time in K League 1, making them a success story for a civic club with a new stadium.


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