Tickets for FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Costa Rica available Saturday
The organizing committee of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Costa Rica 2014 has announced ticket locations and prices for the tournament. The tournament will be held for the first time in the country, with matches in stadiums around the country from March 15 to April 4.
Fans also can buy tickets at any of these locations:
- Grupo Mutual: Alajuela, Escazú, Liberia, Sabana Park, San José
- Walmart: Cartago
- Maximercado: Liberia, Puntarenas
- Mas x Menos: La Sabana Park, Tibás
- Wyndham Hotel: Heredia
- La Barbería: Santa Ana
Prices range from ₡3,000-₡7,000 ($5.60-13.25), the Costa Rican Football Federation (FEDEFUT) announced. Some 200,000 tickets are available.
On Monday, Feb.17, tickets also will be available at box offices at Ricardo Saprissa Stadium and the National Stadium in the capital and the Alejandro Morera Stadium in Alajuela. Box offices will be open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Special multi-game packages also are available for each of the four stadiums that will hold official matches. Fans buying these packages will get a 20 percent discount.
“We have several types of discounts so everyone in Costa Rica can have the opportunity to attend the matches and enjoy this great celebration,” said organizing committee director Federico Rojas.
Also, bring ticket stubs of any match from Costa Rica’s professional leagues, both men’s and women’s, to these box offices for a 20 percent discount, FEDEFUT President Eduardo Li said.
“Las Ticas” will play Venezuela in the opening match on March 15 at the National Stadium, followed by Italy on March 18 and Zambia on March 22.
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