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TICKETS: Wales v Australia

FAWVauxhall Friendly International Match

WALES v AUSTRALIA
Wednesday 10th August 2011
Cardiff City Stadium
Kick off 7.45pm.

UPDATE:

Tickets for the match are available from the Cardiff City Stadium Ticket Office on 0845 345 1400 from 9am until 6pm on Monday and Tuesday.

Tickets can also be purchased from 9am until half-time on matchday. On the evening of the match there will be cash ticket booths located around the stadium and the Ticket Office will also be open for card sales.

Ticket prices as follows: Adults - £15.00, Juniors - £5.00, Senior citizens - £5.00.

Ticket Sales - Just over 5k (Wales and Australia) - (Monday 8 Aug 11).


earlier:
Priority ticket application forms will be posted to members of the Wales Supporters Club and Welsh football club secretaries during the next week.

Members and clubs have priority until 22nd July, after which tickets reserved by FAW will be released back to Cardiff City Stadium for general public sale. The Wales Supporters Club is still open to new members, membership lasts until the end of this qualifying campaign and costs £25 for Gold members, £15 for Silver members and £5 for Junior members.

General public sale starts on Monday 11th July from Cardiff City Stadium on 0845 345 1400.

Tickets will also be on sale online at www.cardiffcityfc.co.uk
Ticket prices start from £5 for Senior Citizens and Juniors.

Australia Supporters tickets are available from Cardiff City Stadium from 11th July. Please ask for the away end. Tickets cost £15 for adults and £5 for senior citizens / juniors.


posted:
Tue, 28 Jun, 2011 22:15 UK.


 

 

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