With less than one month to go until the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Tahiti 2013, things are cruising at full speed and there can be no doubt that the seventh edition of the World Cup will be an unforgettable success. The pace of ticket sales is staggering: since tickets went on sale to the public on 2 August, beach soccer fans both in French Polynesia and all over the world have shown huge interest.

Tickets for the final, the match for third place (28 September) and the semi-finals (27 September) have already sold out, together with tickets for Day 6 of the group stage (23 September), and the pace of the sales remains high. Tickets for the quarter-finals, to be played on Wednesday, 25 September, are next in line and are expected to sell out in just a few days.

To buy tickets, please visit the following link www.FIFA.com/tahiti2013.
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The first-ever music video for the first-ever Official Song is on line
A World Cup full of novelties: the first-ever FIFA event taking place in the Pacific Islands will boast some unique elements that will make for an experience to be long remembered.

Some months ago, ‘Tu'e Popo’ by the local artist Sabrina was presented as the Official Song for this upcoming FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, and now, the music video for the song has just been revealed.

The video showcases some of the most iconic sites of the host city, Papeete, as well as the pristine beaches of French Polynesia together with images of previous FIFA Beach Soccer World Cups. More than 200 people from the islands of Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora, Takaroa and Rapa took part in the filming of the video, sending out a clear message that this World Cup is a party involving all of French Polynesia.