Korea Republic 2017 venue package tickets go on sale

By Daily Sports on October 31, 2016

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Venue package tickets for the FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017 will be released for limited sale - 2,017 tickets per venue - on Tuesday 1 November.

The venue package ticket launches on the day on which the tournament marks 200 days to go, and this sales phase lasts until the end of the year. The package gives access to all group phase and Round of 16 matches in the selected venue along with a 30 per cent discounted price on individual tickets.

This sales phase is an opportunity for football fans to secure good seats at discounted prices, all while contributing to the development of the local game. Ticket prices vary according to the venue, and range from 47,000 KRW to 84,000 KRW (adult) and from 21,000 KRW to 39,000 KRW (youth). The prices were set according to the number of Korea team matches and Round of 16 matches.

Those purchasing tickets can also have them customised (within 20 characters) and engraved along with a representative photograph of each venue. The tickets are available via FIFA.com and at the venues' operating headquarter.

Meanwhile, the Korea 2017 Local Organising Committee (LOC) will hold a festive venue package ticket launch ceremony on the same day in KT Square Dream Hall, located near Gwanghwamun, Seoul. (fifa.com)

•Photo shows FIFA U-20 World Cup

Source Daily Sports

Posted October 31, 2016

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