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SBD Global/October 3, 2013/International Football
Liga MX Clubs UANL Tigres, Pachuca Contributing To Storm Relief Efforts
Published October 3, 2013
PACHUCA TO MAKE DONATIONS: LA AFICION reported Liga MX side Pachuca will donate what it "makes on ticket sales for its next game to those affected by Hurricane Ingrid." At the request of Pachuca's players, which will cover the costs, admission to their game on Saturday against Liga MX rival Veracruz will be free "for fans who have regularly attended the team's game this season." The club is requesting that "to enter the stadium, fans must present two tickets from games played earlier this season." All money raised "will be donated directly to those affected by Hurricane Ingrid" (LA AFICION, 10/1).