Despite the calm atmosphere inside the stadiums, the first season was a huge success as fans stormed out of their homes to soak up the action straight from the stadium.
The second season of the league is fast approaching, with it set to kick off on February 4 in Bengaluru at the Koramangala Indoor Stadium. For the first time ever, fans will be allowed into the stadiums to watch the league show, where they will have the chance to witness the high-octane competition first hand.
The league will be held in three cities – Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Kochi from 4th February to 5th March in front of passionate fans who will surely come out in hordes to support the teams.
Looking forward to seeing the fans in the stadium, Joey Bhattachargya, CEO of RuPay Prime Volleyball said, “It will be great to see the fans in the stadium in the second season of the RuPay Prime Volleyball League. Last season was a great success despite the absence of fans inside the stadium. I I am sure that the presence of fans in stadiums across the three cities will add to the charged atmosphere inside the stadiums.”
He added, “They will also add to the overall spectacle with their cheers of unrelenting support for their teams. I am sure their infectious energy and support will motivate the players to give their all on the field which will surely raise the quality of play. We have to witness in Season 2 more drama.” And the level of competition during the matches.”
Speaking on the same subject, Tohin Mishra, Managing Director and Co-Founder of Baseline Ventures, said, “Fans will be able to see their volleyball stars live and get their emotions on the field during matches. We expect to see huge turnouts across all three venues, which will really help the league in Volleyball is the highlight of our cricket-crazy country. Their presence will further spread the game and the league across India.”
“The noise of the fans inside the stadiums will certainly be deafening, which will contribute to the awesomeness of the second season of the RuPay Prime Volleyball League. Fans are the backbone of any sport and we certainly missed them last year. It will be so. And it is a pleasure to see them in the stadiums pushing the players with their support to add To the vibrant movement in the matches.”
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