SK will play an East Asian Super League (EASL) match at Goyang Gymnasium.
EASL announced the East Asian Super League 2023-2024 season match schedule on the 15th. This season will run from October 11th to March 10th next year, with a total of 28 games. Eight teams are divided into two groups and play in the group stage on a home-and-away basis, and the winner is determined in the Final Four.
Group A includes KBL champion Anyang Cheong Kwan-Jang, Japan B.League runner-up Chiba Jets, Philippine PBA Governors Cup winner TNT Tropang Giga, and Taiwan P.League+ winner Fubon Braves. Group B includes KBL runner-up Seoul SK, B.League winner Ryukyu Golden Kings, P.League+ runner-up New Taipei Kings, and PBA’s Meralco Bolts.
Looking at the match schedule announced by EASL, there is one question that arises. On November 1st, SK and Ryukyu will face off at Goyang Gymnasium. SK’s home stadium is Jamsil Student Gymnasium. However, due to rental issues, the home game was played in Goyang instead of Jamsil.
An SK official said, “There is an event every day from October to November at the Jamsil Student Gymnasium. Events at middle and high schools in Seoul and university admission information sessions are scheduled. “We had to adjust the venue because we couldn’t rent it, but with the cooperation of (Goyang) Sono, we ended up using the Goyang Gymnasium,” he said.카지노
Due to unavoidable circumstances, the home game against Ryukyu was held in Goyang, but the remaining two games will be held in Jamsil as normal. SK is scheduled to face off against Meralco at New Taipei on January 31st next year and at Jamsil Student Gymnasium on February 7th.
SK will be hosting a home game in Goyang for the first time in history. Home fans living in Seoul may complain of inconvenience, but it is expected to provide fresh things to see.