No more tickets available for world cup semi and final

No More Tickets Available For World Cup Semi And Final

If you are looking for world cup semi-finals and final tickets,sorry,you are late!. Tickets for the World Cup semi-finals and finals have sold out. There is a sad news for England fans — there is no more tickets available for England’s matches against United States in Rustenburg on June 12 and Slovenia in Port Elizabeth on June 23.Tickets for the match between world champions Italy and Paraguay in Cape Town on June 11 and Brazil and Portugal in Durban a fortnight later have also sold out.Tickets for the opening game between South Africa and a yet-to-be-decided opponent in Johannesburg on June 11 have also sold out, as have tickets for all World Cup games in the cities of Cape Town, Nelspruit and Pretoria, FIFA said.

The final phase of World Cup tickets sales will open on Tuesday with more than 400,000 seats still available.FIFA said there had been ‘incredible demand for individual match tickets.’

Fans can also buy team-specific ticket series to follow the team of their choice. If their chosen team gets knocked out, the fan automatically follows the winning team at each state — right up to the final for fans who buy a seven-game team-specific ticket. In total, since tickets first went on sale in February, some 655,000 tickets for individual games have been sold, FIFA’s spokeswoman in South Africa, Delia Fischer, said.Fans have until April 7 to bid for tickets for 53 of the 64 matches at the tournament, which runs from June 11-July 11.

Ticket sales for 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ will be done in 5 separate Ticket Sales Phases.Ticket sales has commenced on 20 February 2009and will terminate on July 2010. Four sales period has been organized in the period from 20 February 2009 to 7 April 2010. During this sales period applications are processed either subject to a random selection draw process for Tickets that are oversubscribed or on a first-come-first served basis subject to availability. The final Ticket Sales Phase will take place from 15 April to 11 July 2010.

Ticket Prices will range from US$20 for the lowest category first-round matches to over US$900 for the final at Johannesburg’s Soccer City Stadium. Nearly three million tickets will be available before the event kicks off on 11 June 2010.

FIFA has allocated 1.65-million tickets to the general public, just over 570,000 have been allocated for Fifa member country supporters, and 34,4000 for tourists who book with Fifa-registered tour operators.This counts to a total of 743 965 tickets that anyone, from anywhere in the world can apply to buy. Tickets can apply online, through or over the counter at any First National Bank (FNB) branch in South Africa.

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