It’s less than a year until the Caltex Socceroos' appearance at the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017, with ticket prices now announced for the tournament in Russia.
Ticket prices for group matches start from $90AUD ($70 US) for Category 3 tickets, up to $180AUD ($130 US) for Category 1.
You can find a full list of ticket prices for next year’s tournament here - http://www.fifa.com/confederationscup/news/y=2016/m=7/news=ticket-prices-for-fifa-confederations-cup-and-fifa-world-cup-announced-2811035.html?intcmp=fifacom_hp_module_news_top
“We wanted to make sure that we priced tickets fairly to make the events accessible to as many people as possible,” said FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura.
“We therefore conducted thorough market research and have priced the tickets accordingly.
“The teams that have qualified to date for the ‘Tournament of Champions’ promise a great football festival here in Russia next year.”
There will be a special VISA exclusive pre-sales phase for the Confederations Cup running from November 8 to 17, before the first sales phase starts on December 1.
Fans will be able to apply not only for individual match tickets but also for tickets for a specific host city or the option to follow their own country.
Ange Postecoglou’s side are one of six nations already qualified for the tournament, which will be played in the four host cities of Kazan, Moscow, Sochi and Saint Petersburg.
World champions Germany, hosts Russia, Chile, Mexico and New Zealand have also qualified, with the African and European champions still to be added.
The African winners will be decided in early 2017, while the finals of the Euros is just a week away.
If Germany win the Euros, the runners-up at the tournament (Wales or Portugal) will be Europe’s representatives.The draw for the tournament will take place in Kazan on November 26th, where the Caltex Socceroos will learn their three other group opponents.
Make sure you're there when the Socceroos take on Japan on October 11. Sign up to the Football Family for first access to tickets when they go on sale on Thursday 7 July at 12PM.
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