2010 South Africa tickets: Phase II

The second phase of ticket sales for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ has been extended until this 20 November 2009. Fans can purchase tickets to the world’s biggest tournament in this second sales phase via FIFA.com. This second phase of ticket sales began on 5 May.



During this phase, applications can be made via the FIFA website (FIFA.com) or at First National Bank (FNB) branches. Tickets will be allocated on a “first come, first serve” basis. Each applicant can apply for up to four tickets per match and up to seven matches in total. Ticket prices start at USD 20 (ZAR 140). For further information, customers can send an e-mail to enquiries@2010FWCTC.com or fax +41 43222 6800.

The second phase of ticket sales for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ has been extended until this 20 November 2009. Fans can purchase tickets to the world’s biggest tournament in this second sales phase via FIFA.com. This second phase of ticket sales began on 5 May.



During this phase, applications can be made via the FIFA website (FIFA.com) or at First National Bank (FNB) branches. Tickets will be allocated on a “first come, first serve” basis. Each applicant can apply for up to four tickets per match and up to seven matches in total. Ticket prices start at USD 20 (ZAR 140). For further information, customers can send an e-mail to enquiries@2010FWCTC.com or fax +41 43222 6800.



All ticketing enquiries should be directed to fifa.com where fans will find an extensive list of frequently asked questions. Fans can also ask specific questions via enquiries@2010fwctc.com.



The third and main ticket sales phase kicks off the day after the Final Draw on 5 December.



The 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ runs 11 June to 11 July 2010. There will be 64 matches in 10 venues located in nine host cities. There will be approximately three million tickets for purchase to the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™.

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