AFC Asian Cup 2007 Ticketing Update
Football Federation Australia has been advised that tickets for the AFC Asian Cup 2007 will go on sale at 6pm (AEST) tonight via the AFC’s official website (www.the-afc.com) which has a link to ticketing information.
Football Federation Australia has been advised that tickets for the AFC Asian Cup 2007 will go on sale at 6pm (AEST) tonight via the AFC-s official website www.the-afc.comwhich has a link to ticketing information (Click here for specific ticketing details).
FFA had not previously been provided with the official ticketing policy for the AFC Asian Cup 2007 and therefore is not in a position to mount a local ticketing program for Australian fans. Therefore our advice for Australian supporters seeking tickets for the Asian Cup is to visit the above website.
In the event that further information becomes available to the FFA, and/or our position changes as a result, we will advise as soon as possible.
Further information will be posted on the FFA website as soon as it becomes available.
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