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Lajong name KyaZoonga.Com as official ticketing partner

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Shillong Lajong Football Club has roped in KyaZoonga.Com, country's first and largest entertainment and sports ticketing company, as its official ticketing partner for the upcoming I-League matches.

As a run-up to the exciting championship ahead, KyaZoonga.Com gives an exclusive opportunity to all the football fans to sign up on their website for latest alerts, updates and upcoming contest around Shillong Lajong FC matches, statement said.

It's the first time in the tournament history that fans have been given the option to sign up for alerts to stay tuned to all the latest updates on a team and its players. Fans would be intimated through emails from KyaZoonga.Com, on news, contests and sale of official and exclusive Shillong Lajong FC tickets.

The tradition of pursuing excellence will continue from Shillong Lajong FC, the first club from North East to play in the I-League. Over the years, the club has grown exponentially, and has played host to former Indian internationals and made history when it signed Edinho Junior on loan from English side Blackburn Rovers.

"Shillong Lajong FC is delighted to associate with KyaZoonga as the official ticketing partner. The pre-sale service for latest alerts about Shillong Lajong Football Club matches is a unique initiative by KyaZoonga.Com to bring fans closer to their favorite players," managing director of Shillong Lajong, Larsing Sawyan said.

Commenting on the tie-up co-founder and COO of KyaZoonga, Arpita Majumder, said: "We are excited to tie-up with the famous Shillong Lajong Football Club as their official ticketing partner. Lajong has been doing a wonderful job of promoting talent in the North East and holds a special place for me given my Shillong roots.

"This is a fantastic opportunity for all the football fans to follow the pulse of their favorite football team and watch them play during I-League," added Majumder, who grew up in Shillong.

First Published: Mon, August 12 2013. 14:26 IST