TICKETS for the 2010 Soccer World Cup are to go on sale tomorrow (February 20) and will be accessible to both South African and international fans.
Danny Jordaan, CEO of the Local Organising Committee, says it is now obvious that there is no ‘Plan B’ for the tournament. “We will start selling tickets, and to sell seats, stadiums must be complete.” This he says is a sure indication that FIFA feels secure in holding the tournament on South African soil and that the stadiums will be completed in time for the matches to be held across the country.
The tickets will be sold through two channels, online at fifa.com and through FNB outlets across South Africa. Tickets range in price and are priced in US dollars.
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