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All Whites v Jamaica

All Whites v Jamaica – All Whites Supporters Pre-Sale


Help the All Whites kick-off their campaign for the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ and see the cream of our overseas talent return home for the ASB Summer International against the 52nd ranked Reggae Boyz in the summer sun.

Should the All Whites successfully navigate their way through the Oceania qualifiers over the next 18 months a team from CONCACAF will be the last hurdle before qualification for Brazil, and this is an opportunity to send a message that we mean business.

So get up, stand up and be part of the crowd that relives the passion of ’82 at one of the sacred sites of football in New Zealand as Mt. Smart Stadium promises an action-packed evening for the whole family.

Grab your tickets now in an exclusive pre-sale until midday Tuesday January 31 and go into the draw for one of five All Whites experience packages for two including All Whites replica shirts, All Whites scarves, Official Match Day programmes and exclusive attendance at the captain’s run the day before the match.

Adult ticket prices range from $25 to $29 per ticket (excluding corporate hosting areas). For $60 you can purchase a special family package on the embankment. Children tickets are $15 or $10 on the embankment.

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