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Turn the Night All White – FIFA World Cup Qualifiers


Turn the Night All White – FIFA World Cup Qualifiers

Football Family Pre-Sale

Be there to turn the night all white as the All Whites take the next step on the Road to Brazil 2014.

The third stage of FIFA World Cup qualifying sees New Zealand host three matches in September, October and March with the first of these games booked for North Harbour Stadium on September 11 against Solomon Islands.

Christchurch then hosts the All Whites’ first match in the South island for six years when New Zealand meet Oceania champions Tahiti on October 16 at the new AMI Stadium.

The winner of this stage progresses to the intercontinental playoff against a North and Central American nation for a place in Brazil so every game is vital to securing top spot.

Pre-purchase now for the best seats and savings

Friends of Football tickets are on pre-sale now with tickets on general sale on Tuesday August 21. General admission pre-purchase tickets are priced from $20 for adults and $10 for children, so get in early to grab the best seats and avoid higher prices at the gate.

New Zealand v Solomon Islands
North Harbour Stadium, Auckland
Tuesday 11 September, 2012
Kickoff: 7:35pm
Tickets Prices – Adult/Children:
Covered reserved seating – $35/$15 pre-purchased ($45/$20 at the gate)
Uncovered reserved & GA open – $25/$10 pre-purchased ($35/$15 at the gate)

New Zealand v Tahiti
AMI Stadium, Christchurch
Tuesday 16 October, 2012
Kickoff: 7:35pm
Tickets Prices – Adult/Children:
Uncovered GA seating (East stand) $20/$10 pre-purchased ($30/$15 at the gate)
Uncovered and covered reserved seating (North/South stands) $30/$15 pre-purchased ($40/$20 at the gate)

White Noise zones available at both venues.
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