It will be full house for tomorrow evening’s Japan vs. Brazil clash and a spectacular atmosphere awaits the players. That’s because all 55,000 tickets have been completely sold out – ahead of match day.
Fan In For A Treat
Event promoter, World Sports Group, says that Singapore football fans are in for a treat. Said Malcolm Thorpe, Vice President of Sports Development and Events at World Sports Group, “With some of the world’s top football players in town for this exciting Japan vs. Brazil match, football fans are definitely in for a treat. We are thrilled to be bringing world class football action to Singapore, making this the first sold-out event at the new National Stadium.
Fans without tickets can catch the game on TV
For fans who have not managed to get tickets, but are still keen to catch these superstars in action, you can watch the game on TV at via StarHub’s Supersports Arena channels 112 or 205.
Points to note for match ticket holders
With the large crowds expected for this fixture, ticket holders are reminded to come early for an enjoyable experience.
Here are a few pointers to note, if you are making your way to the National Stadium for the game tomorrow.
- Arrive early. Gates open at 5pm. The kick off is at 6.45pm.
- Take public transport. The Stadium (CC6) and Kallang (EW10) MRT stations are conveniently located in and around the Sports Hub.
- Note that pre-sold parking has already sold out.
For additional details
For additional details of the do’s and don’ts’s at the National Stadium, please check this link: http://www.sportshub.com.sg/Venues/Pages/national-stadium-event-guide.aspx