More Confederations Cup Tickets Made Available
More tickets are going on sale for all 16 games at the FIFA Confederations Cup in Germany (15 to 29 June 2005).
More tickets are going on sale for all 16 games at the FIFA Confederations Cup in Germany (15 to 29 June 2005). These include the matches involving Brazil and Germany, as well as the semi-finals and final. National associations and sponsors have returned initially reserved tickets within the specified period. 350,000 out of a total of 620,000 tickets have already been sold. From 9 March 2005, applicants will be able to purchase single match tickets as well as stadium tickets, which have proved so popular until now. Orders can be made via the internet through http://fifaworldcup.yahoo.com/06/en/c/, by telephone on 01805/606660 and via local ticket outlets. In keeping with previous allocations, hospitality tickets are also available for all 16 games. To request the relevant documentation, contact Hospitality@ok2006.de. “It is tremendous that the fans have embraced the Confederations Cup. However, there is at least one game in each city which has not sold so well. We hope and expect to achieve good attendances for the participating nations,” said OC President Franz Beckenbauer. The games referred to are Argentina-Tunisia in Cologne, Japan-Mexico in Hanover, Australia-Argentina in Nuremberg, Greece-Japan in Frankfurt, Australia-Tunisia in Leipzig and Greece-Mexico in Frankfurt. Horst R. Schmidt, senior OC vice-president responsible for ticketing adds: “We are appealing to the cities, our state football associations and the Bundesliga clubs to become involved in promoting these games.” Organising Committee Germany Otto-Fleck-Schneise 6a D-60528 Frankfurt am Main telephone: +49-69-2006 0 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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