Friday, June 9, 2023

Tickets for the U20 World Cup in Argentina go on sale: how much do they cost?

Tickets for the XXIII FIFA U-20 World Cup, which will be played in Argentina between next Saturday and Sunday 11 June, go on sale this Saturday with affordable prices to guarantee a large attendance of fans at the competition’s four host stadiums .

FIFA announced this Saturday the launch of an online sales system, which will be carried out through the Deportic portal, the same one that works together with AFA for the sale of tickets for matches of selected world champions in Qatar 2022.

The opening day at Estadio Unico Madre de Ciudades in Santiago del Estero on Saturday, May 20, which includes matches between Guatemala-New Zealand and Argentina-Uzbekistan, can be attended for 3,000 pesos in headers or 4,000 in stalls. Without paying extra service for web in charge of marketing.

Tickets have a QR code that is generated at the time of purchase, cannot be purchased through any means other than the internet and will be valid for two matches of the day at each stadium.

The date of the second presentation of the Argentina national team against Guatemala in Santiago del Estero on Tuesday 23rd after the match between New Zealand and Uzbekistan will be cheap: $ 2,000 for the popular and $ 3,000 for the spectators.

In San Juan, home of the last date of Group A (Argentina–New Zealand, Guatemala–Uzbekistan), on Friday the 26th, only the normal North, South and East (unnumbered) sold out for $2000.

The round of 16 and quarter-final matches would maintain the same price range; The semi-finals on Thursday, June 8 in La Plata will cost $4,500 (headers) and $6,000 (in stalls); While the final on June 11 in the same city will be worth $6,000 and $8,000 respectively.

The competition will be animated by 24 youth teams representing six football confederations, which will play 52 matches in four venues: Estadio Unico Madre de Ciudades in Santiago del Estero, Bicentenario Stadium in San Juan, Malvinas Argentinas in Mendoza and Armando Maradona in Diego La Plata. .

The Ministry of Economy estimates that the U-20 World Cup will generate an impact of $600 million.

Argentina, the host of the XIII edition in 2001, proposed to receive it after FIFA withdrew Indonesia’s right to organize on 29 March due to political conflict.

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