Tuesday, September 26, 2023

Prices and ticket purchases for the Colombia vs. national team game. Uruguay

With the first double date of qualifying for the 2026 World Cup in Canada, the USA and Mexico over, the focus is on the next round of games that is just around the corner. The Colombian team has already sent Tricolor fans important information about purchasing tickets for their next home game, where they will face Uruguay.

The Colombian Football Federation (FCF) has published the ticket sales process for the game against Uruguay scheduled for October 12 in Barranquilla. Relevant information was published in a joint statement with the company Tu Boleta.

“The Colombian Football Association with Tu Boleta announces the dates and procedure for the sale of individual tickets for the national team “Charrúa”. The first to be able to buy tickets are Bancolombia cardholders with preferential advance booking. All fans will then have the opportunity to purchase their tickets for the respective game,” the statement said.

The pre-sale process for Bancolombia customers is carried out as follows:

Day 1, September 14th: Starting at 8:00 a.m., exclusively for holders of the official credit card of the Colombia National Team, Visa Infinite Credit Card, Mastercard Black Credit Card and Bancolombia American Express Platinum Credit Card.

Days 2, 3 and 4, starting September 15: At 8:00 a.m., for all Bancolombia and Debit MasterCard credit cardholders that allow non-personal transactions, or while supplies last.

The price range for tickets for the Colombia-Uruguay confrontation ranges from 93,400 Colombian pesos in the side stand to 1,454,700 Colombian pesos for the FCF VIP experience. This experience includes transportation to and from the stadium, food, beverages and an unlimited selection of liquor, as well as exclusive access and other benefits

These are the ticket prices

Location – Full price (service included)

High Western – $641,700

Western Low – $641,700

Occidental Baja + VIP FCF – $1,454,700

The match is scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m. Colombia time and weather conditions are expected to have a significant impact on the performance of the Uruguayan team led by experienced technical director Marcelo Bielsa.

The light blue team started on the right foot, beating Chile 3-1 at home, but suffered a setback on the second day when they lost 2-1 on their visit to the Ecuadorian national team.

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