The prestigious Spanish edition AS published an article about the upcoming Qarabag-Seville match to be held in the first round of the UEFA Europa League group stage.

Report informs that the city Aghdam represented by the champion of Azerbaijan is presented as the Caucasian Hiroshima: “Most of the fans, who will be at the Republican Stadium named after Tofig Bahramov on Thursday are those who left their homes as a result of the Karabakh war. It has been already 26 years that Qarabag has been playing home games 250 km away from the city where it represents. Aghdam is the Hiroshima of the Caucasus, a city of ghosts. Now you can see the ruins of the Imarat stadium. Qarabag club, which was established in 1951, played its home matches at this stadium until 40,000 people were forced to leave Aghdam as a result of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict.”

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Notably, the match will be held on September 19 at the Republican stadium named after Tofig Bahramov. They will start at 20: 55.