Australia - Brazil Receives Great Interest For Tic
Australia’s match against Brazil at the 2006 FIFA World Cup™ in Munich, Germany has been identified by the Organising Committee (OC) as one of the four first round games that have received great interest for tickets.
Australia-s match against Brazil at the 2006 FIFA World Cup™ in Munich, Germany has been identified by the Organising Committee (OC) as one of the four first round games that have received great interest for tickets. In the official OC press release it noted four first round games that have been the subject of great interest from fans including: Germany - Poland (14 June in Dortmund), Brazil - Australia (18 June in Munich), Sweden - England (20 June in Cologne) and The Netherlands - Argentina (21 June in Frankfurt) matches. Other matches of great interest include the final in Berlin on July 9 and one of Round 16 game in Munich. The third sales period for tickets is almost finished with some 535,000 orders for 4.5 million tickets. It will close at midnight on Sunday 15 January 2006 (Central European Time). Notably interest from overseas countries increased significantly, coinciding with the draw on December 9. OC Vice President Horst R. Schmidt said that orders were received from a total of 197 countries. 250,000 tickets will be made available for the third sales period, and the order form is available on the Internet under www.FIFAworldcup.com . Orders can be placed for all games except the Opening Match. As with the first sales period, a ballot will be made under the supervision of an official, on 31 January. In early February, ticket allocations will be made known and written order confirmations sent out including the ticket category and number of tickets ordered.
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