Public interest in the FIFA Confederations Cup Brazil 2013 is proving to be unprecedented compared to previous editions, with 546,000 of the total ticketing inventory already allocated. The number is particularly impressive considering the high capacity nature of each of the six stadiums set to host the event from 15-30 June.
“These figures prove that the FIFA Confederatons Cup including four FIFA World Cup champions in the line-up is a highly anticipated event, especially for those fans and local residents hoping to experience the action live in one of the six FIFA World Cup stadiums. Despite the huge demand, there is still a good chance for fans to secure tickets for most of the matches before the end of the current sales phase on 28 May,” explains Thierry Weil, FIFA Marketing Director.
Tickets can be booked exclusively online via www.FIFA.com/ticketing. With unpaid ticket orders returned in the public sale, fans still have the opportunity to snap up 246,000 tickets. The ticket section on www.FIFA.com/ticketing is updated in real time so that football fans can constantly check the availability of tickets for each match and each category.
Match by match the following tickets have been allocated:
Opening match Brazil v Japan in Brasilia: 58,620, Match 2 in Rio de Janeiro Mexico v Italy: 60,717, Match 3 in Recife Spain v Uruguay: 34,806, Match 4 in Belo Horizonte Tahiti v Nigeria: 11,194, Match 5 in Fortaleza Brazil v Mexico: 47,075, Match 6 in Recife Italy v Japan: 26,073, Match 7 in Rio de Janeiro Spain v Tahiti: 36, 781, Match 8 in Salvador Nigeria v Uruguay: 13,796, Match 9 in Salvador Italy v Brazil: 40,719, Match 10 in Belo Horizonte Japan v Mexico: 26, 635, Match 11 in Fortaleza Nigeria v Spain: 24,215, Match 12 in Recife Uruguay v Tahiti: 9,363, Semi-final in Belo Horizonte: 42,628, Semi-final in Fortaleza: 31,682, 3rd/4th place Match in Salvador: 23,258 and the Final in Rio de Janeiro: 58,860
FIFA would like to remind fans that no physical tickets are available until the opening of ticket centres in the host cities scheduled for later in May, when the distribution of tickets will begin. Precise locations and opening dates of these ticket centres will be communicated at the end of April.
Furthermore, successful ticket purchasers who pay by other means than a credit card are kindly reminded to make sure that the payments are effected within the requested timeframe, otherwise the ticket order will be cancelled and the tickets reallocated into the public sale. Customers can send enquiries by e-mail to enquiries@2013FTC.com or call +41445831000 for information on ticketing.