Turkey Selling tickets for the match against Croatia in Bursa in Group D of the 2024 European Championship qualifiers for the national football team.
According to the statement issued by the Turkish Football Federation (TFF), ticket sales for the match to be played at the Bursa Metropolitan Stadium on Tuesday, March 28, for the red members of the National Supporters Club have started.
Only those who have been a member of the National Fan Club Red Team in the past year will be able to take advantage of the priority one-day ticket sales. General ticket sales for the match will start at 17.30 tomorrow.
The prices of the stadium tickets for the match were set at 100 pounds for the back of the goal, 200 pounds for the eastern and western upper stands, 250 pounds for the eastern and western lower stands, and 400 pounds for VIP tickets. Depending on the location of the hostel, it will be offered for sale between 1000 and 3 thousand 500 lira per seat.
Fans who will not be able to attend the match will be able to purchase their commemorative tickets at www.passo.com.tr for 100 liras.
There will be no general ticket sales due to UEFA’s decision to play without a guest audience, with both sides of the Armenia match, which will be played on Saturday 25 March, accepted by Crescent-Stars. Souvenir tickets for the match were also sold at the same address for 100 liras.
Ticket proceeds to the earthquake zone
TFF will donate all proceeds from competition tickets to meet the temporary and permanent shelter needs of earthquake victims in the area.
Income from the sale of competition tickets and souvenir tickets will be transferred to the “Shoulder to Shoulder” campaign, which was launched with key stakeholders in the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the TFF, the Premier League Clubs Association Foundation and beIN Media Group.
Signed and unsigned national team jerseys, which were made free of charge by Nike for the Shoulder to Shoulder campaign, will also be sold and donated to the campaign.
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