Tickets for Vietnam’s upcoming final to be sold online

  • by VNBUSINESS
  • December 10, 2018

The Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) has announced that tickets for the upcoming second leg final match between Vietnam and Malaysia in the ongoing AFF Cup will be sold online.

Tickets for Vietnam’s upcoming final to be sold online, Tickets for Vietnam’s upcoming final to be sold online

Four types of tickets will be available for the final match in Hanoi, respectively priced at VND200,000, VND350,000, VND500,000, and VND600,000.

Each individual will be allowed to buy a maximum of two tickets, with both tickets having to be in the same price tier. Fans purchasing tickets online will be required to pay by cards and provide a phone number, an email address, and an ID card number when buying tickets online.

Fans can receive the tickets at home via VN Post delivery service (available across the 12 districts of Hanoi) or collect the tickets directly at the VFF headquarters in Le Quang Dao Street, Phu Do Ward, Nam Tu Liem District, Hanoi.

VFF said tickets will be delivered to fans from between 9:00 am to 4:30 pm on December 13 and 14.

Fans will be able to buy tickets by logging onto the websites vebongdaonline.vn and vebongonline.com.vn during four timeslots, including 10:00, 16:00, and 22:00 on December 10 and 10:00 on December 11.

The second leg final match between Vietnam and Malaysia is scheduled to take place at 19:30 at the My Dinh National Stadium on December 15.

VN Embassy launches another hotline ahead of AFF Suzuki Cup final

Tickets for Vietnam’s upcoming final to be sold online, Tickets for Vietnam’s upcoming final to be sold online

Fans queuing at Bukit Jalil stadium in Kuala Lumpur to buy tickets of the final first leg between Vietnam and Malaysia in the ASEAN Football Federation Suzuki Cup 2018

The Vietnamese Embassy in Malaysia has launched another hotline to better protect Vietnamese citizens who come to cheer the final first leg between Vietnam and Malaysia in the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup 2018.

In case of emergency, Vietnamese football fans in Malaysia can contact 60 11 3668 2866 for support. They can also reach the embassy through hotlines 60 321 484 534, 06 321 410 709 or the citizen protection hotline of 84 981848484.

On December 7, the Vietnamese Embassy issued an emergency warning to Vietnamese football fans, who will come to Malaysia to cheer on their side in the final first leg of the tournament scheduled on December 11.

Besides bearing passports with validity of at least six months, they are advised to protect their personal documents and belongings and respect Malaysia’s legal regulations as well as customs and practices of the country, including no smoking and drinking alcohol at public and wine-banned restaurants.

At the same time, the embassy also worked with representatives of relevant agencies of Malaysia, including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Malaysia Football Association to ask for support to Vietnamese fans to buy tickets and measures to ensure security and safety for them.

Following the embassy’s request, the organising board has designed an area exclusively for Vietnamese fans at the stadium.

PM sends letter to football team ahead of AFF Cup finals

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on December 8 sent a letter to encourage the national football team before their participation in the final first leg against Malaysia in the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup 2018.

Tickets for Vietnam’s upcoming final to be sold online, Tickets for Vietnam’s upcoming final to be sold online

Players of the Vietnam national football team cheered after a score in a match of the AFF Suzuki Cup 2018

In the letter, PM Phuc congratulated and praised the team, particularly Korean head coach Park Hang-seo, for their brilliant performances in the qualifier and semifinal rounds to enter the finals after 10 years awaiting by local football fans.

The government leader expected the whole squad to prepare themselves well, unite together, and play tenaciously and creatively to gain victory in the two final matches.

Reminding the players, who are now in Malaysia for the final first leg, of their fans’ cheerful mood at home, the PM advised them to stay calm and try their best in the coming matches.

Vietnam entered the finals of the AFF Suzuki Cup 2018 after defeating the Philippines 2-1 in the return leg of the semifinal, which took place at Hanoi’s My Dinh Stadium on December 6. The squad also beat the Philippines 2-1 in the first leg held in Bacolod city of the Philippines four days earlier.

Malaysia become the first finalist after a 2-2 draw with the defending champion Thailand in the second leg of their semi-final in Bangkok on December 5. Previously, Malaysia had a 0-0 draw with Thailand in the first leg held in Kuala Lumpur on December 1.

The final first leg between Vietnam and Malaysia is scheduled to take place on December 11, and the return leg will be held four days later.

In the tournament’s history, Vietnam won the championship just once in 2008. With the leadership of coach Park Hang-seo and the current squad, both Vietnamese and Korean football fans are hopeful that the S-shaped country’s team will take the trophy for the second time after 10 years awaiting.

Source:Vietnamnet

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