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Rayo offer discount to unemployed fans



Spanish league club Rayo Vallecano are offering discounted tickets to unemployed fans for Sunday's game against Real Madrid in a bid to help club members affected by Spain's financial crisis.

Rayo says it will make 1 000 tickets available at the price of €5 to unemployed supporters for the crosstown derby with the Spanish leaders.

Ticket prices for regular members remain between €20 to €25 as the club hopes to fill their Vallecas Stadium.

Debt-ridden Spain has Europe's highest unemployment rate at nearly 23 percent, including a jobless rate of 39 percent for those aged between 20 and 29.

Rayo have won three straight games to sit eighth in the standings.

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