The UAE Pro League (UAEPL) announced that tickets for the matchweek two of the ADNOC Pro League are now available for online purchase via the UAEPL's official website www.uaeproleague.ae, and Platinumlist website "https://dubai.platinumlist.net/uae-pro-league."
Matchweek two will get underway on Friday, September 9th, with four encounters, the first of which will see Khorfakkan host Al Jazira at 17:45.
At the same time, Al Bataeh will welcome Al Wasl, while Sharjah will play against Bani Yas at 20:30.
The fourth match of the day sees Dibba hosting Shabab Al Ahli at Dibba stadium for the 20:30 kick-off.
The games continue on Saturday with three encounters, two of which take place at 17:45, while the other match will be held at 20:30.
The first match of the day will be between Al Ain and Al Dhafra, while the second one will be between Al Nasr and Ajman.
The fixtures of matchweek two conclude with Al Wahda welcoming Ittihad Kalba at Al Nahyan stadium.
Fans have been allowed to fill 100% of stadiums' capacity. The UAE Pro League had announced that fans, who'd like to attend the games, must present a 'Green Pass' in the Alhosn app or a negative PCR test conducted less than 96 hours before the match for unvaccinated fans.
The fans league will heat up the exciting atmosphere at the stands.
During the 2021-22 season, the UAE Pro League had launched the Fans League prize in a joint effort with clubs, aimed to boost fans' attendance to the games.
The prizes will be awarded to the first and second spot clubs, which had the highest average fans' attendance after the end of every matchweek.
The home side club, who will win the first spot in the Fans League prize, will be awarded AED 60,000, while the away side club, who sits first, will earn AED 40,000.
Meanwhile, the second-placed hosts will be awarded AED 40,000, while the second-placed visitors club will gain AED 30,000.
The UAE Pro League set up two essential conditions to decide the Fans League winners: the minimum attendance must be no less than 2,500 fans for the hosts and 700 fans for the visitors.