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The All Whites are coming to Dunedin!

The All Whites are coming to Dunedin!

The Road to Brazil winds through the Deep South as New Zealand takes on New Caledonia in their last home Oceania qualifier.

A win will guarantee the All Whites a place in the intercontinental playoff against a CONCACAF (North and Central American) nation in November 2013. This is your chance to be part of the journey and to experience international football in Dunedin for the first time in 25 years.
Buy your tickets now

Ticket prices are the same across the stadium so get in quick to secure the best seats. You could even be part of the White Noise zone and enjoy a Kiwi sporting experience like no other.

So take the chance to do the Scarfie Samba on the Road to Brazil!

New Zealand v New Caledonia
Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
Friday March 22, 2013
Kick-off: 7:35pm

Pre Game-Day ticket pricing:
Adults - $35 plus booking costs
Students - $15 plus booking costs
Children (under 15) - $15 plus booking costs
Tickets prices increase on game-day.
www.ticketdirect.co.nz

Clubs and schools promotion. Enter your club or school name in the ‘promo’ field to go into the draw for fantastic prizes including $500 worth of equipment and a signed All Whites jersey for your club or school, thanks to ASB and Football World. Click here for more details.

ENDS

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