The Philippines will face Yemen for the third time in almost two years, but this time in the Asian Cup 2019 qualifying game. In their first two face-off were World Cup 2018 qualifying games.

The Azkals will host the Yemeni footballers at the Panaad Park and Football Stadium in Bacolod City. The last time the Azkals were here was in 2013 during the Peace Cup friendly tournament.

To those who are interested to flock to the “City of Smiles” to watch our National Football Team, buy your tickets at all SM Ticket outlets nationwide. You can also purchase online through www.smtickets.com starting today August 18.

Ticket details:

Category 1 Blue Grandstand Seats – P500
Category 2 Yellow Grandstand Seats – P300
Category 3 Green, Red, and Orange Grandstand area – P100
Category 4 Bleachers – P50

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The squad selected to play against Yemen.

  1. Misagh BAHADORAN – Global Cebu FC
  2. Dylan DE BRUYCKER – Davao Aguilas FC
  3. Carlos DE MURGA – Ceres Negros FC
  4. Patrick DEYTO – Global Cebu FC
  5. Neil ETHERIDGE – Cardiff City FC
  6. Harry FÖLL – FC Hansa Rostock
  7. Joshua GROMMEN – Ceres Negros FC
  8. Kevin INGRESO – Ceres Negros FC
  9. Tyler MATAS – FC Meralco Manila
  10. Hikaru MINEGISHI – Global Cebu FC
  11. Jim Junior MUÑOZ – Ceres Negros FC
  12. Paul MULDERS – Global Cebu FC
  13. Nicholas O’DONNELL – Davao Aguilas FC
  14. Manuel OTT – Ceres Negros FC
  15. Mike Rigoberto OTT – Angthong United
  16. Stephan PALLA – Wolfsberger AC
  17. Iain RAMSAY – Ceres Negros FC
  18. Patrick REICHELT – Ceres Negros FC
  19. Simone ROTA – Davao Aguilas FC
  20. Dennis VILLANUEVA – Global Cebu FC
  21. Luke WOODLAND – Ceres Negros FC
  22. James YOUNGHUSBAND – Davao Aguilas FC
  23. Phil YOUNGHUSBAND – Davao Aguilas FC
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Injured players: Javier Patiño, Amani Aguinaldo
Banned (yellow card accumulation): aisuke Sato

 

Source: PFF

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