Bali United Jamu Tampines Rovers at I Wayan Dipta Stadium
I Wayan Dipta Stadium officially became the venue for Bali United when hosting Singapore’s representative, Tampines Rovers, in the Asian Champions League play-offs. This news was revealed by the CEO of Bali United, Yabes Tanuri.
Yabes confirmed that Bali United will host Tampines on January 16, 2018. If qualified then Stefano Lilipaly and his friends will play the second play-off at home to the next enemy.
“On January 16, home match against Singapore’s representative in Asian Champions League Qualification, has been confirmed,” said Tanab as quoted from the Tribune Bali.
“Bali’s first match against Asian teams.”
This decision answers the issue of Bali United who previously planned to find an alternative stadium. Plan to find alternative stadium because some time Mount Agung in Bali had experienced increased volcanic activity.