06 February 2024
21,000 tickets already sold for Italy vs. MaltaTickets for the game, scheduled for Saturday 14 October at the stadio San Nicola in Bari, are available at Vivaticket sales points and online at figc.vivaticket.it and vivaticket.com. Special promo tickets for families have now sold out, but reduced-priced tickets for students, Under 12s and Over 65s are still available
Monday, September 25, 2023
With 20 days to go before Italy face Malta in Bari, the rush for tickets is underway. In the opening three days of ticket sales, 21,000 have already been snapped up for the match on Saturday 14 October (20:45 CEST), which sees the Men's National team return to the San Nicola after seven years, a friendly against France in September 2016. It's the umpteenth act of affection shown by the fans from Apulia, who have always provided a warm and enthusiastic welcome to the Azzurri. But it is also confirmation of the FIGC's generosity in continuing to set popular prices (starting from €14), with special offers and discounted prices reserved for families, university students, Under 12s and the Over 65s.
The special ‘family package’, reserved for families with a minimum of three persons, sold out in just a few hours, while reduced-price tickets are still available for university students, Under 12s and the Over 65s.
- - TRIBUNA D’ONORE – €60
- TRIBUNA OVEST PRIMO AND SECONDO ANELLO – €40
- TRIBUNA OVEST PRIMO AND SECONDO ANELLO REDUCED OVER 65 – €35
- TRIBUNA OVEST PRIMO AND SECONDO ANELLO REDUCED VIVOAZZ. – €30
- TRIBUNA EST PRIMO AND SECONDO ANELLO – €30
- TRIBUNA EST PRIMO AND SECONDO ANELLO REDUCED OVER 65 – €25
- TRIBUNA EST PRIMO AND SECONDO ANELLO REDUCED VIVOAZZURRO – €20
- TRIBUNA EST PRIMO AND SECONDO ANELLO REDUCED UNDER 12 – €5
- TRIBUNA EST PRIMO ANELLO REDUCED FAM. ADULT – €20
- TRIBUNA EST PRIMO ANELLO REDUCED FAM. UNDER 18 – €14
- CURVE – €14
- CURVE REDUCED STUDENT – €10
REDUCED PRICES INFO. Tickets for Under 12s are reserved for children born after 14 October 2011, while Over 65 tickets are reserved for persons born before 14 October 1958. Vivo Azzurro reduced tickets are reserved for holders of the Vivo Azzurro Membership Card. Tribuna Est primo anello (Sectors A-B) Adult Family Promo and Under 18 tickets are reserved for a family group of at least three people, including two adults and one or two Under 18s (born after 14 October 2005). Curva reduced student tickets are reserved for university students enrolled in the current academic year: tickets can only be purchased at Vivaticket sale points upon presentation of a university student card.
CORPORATE HOSPITALITY. For Corporate Hospitality information and packages, please write to email@example.com.
DIFFERENTLY ABLED. Accreditation requests can be made at the following link between Monday 2 and Friday 6 October, subject to availability: https://figc.getyourevent.online/. Registration, at the same link, is required by Friday 29 September.
FEDERAL CARDS AND CONI CARDS. The holders of federal cards and CONI cards valid for 2023 with a right to a seat in the Tribuna d'Onore can access this stand - until all available seats are sold out - upon sending documentation (personal card and valid ID) to the email firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, they will be relocated to the Primo Anello Ovest. Holders of federal cards and CONI cards valid for 2023 who are not entitled to a seat in the Tribuna d'Onore can access the Primo Anello Est - until all available seats are sold out - upon sending documentation (personal card and valid ID) to the email email@example.com . Requests may be submitted from Wednesday 4 to Friday 6 October.
N.B. The Italian FA (FIGC) reserves the right to void the admission ticket and/or not to allow access or to stay inside the stadium in the event of violation of these ticketing conditions or if, at its sole discretion, it deems that the holder of the title has been responsible for acts that jeopardise the safety conditions inside or outside the stadium. Away fans are to purchase tickets only for the away section via the Malta Football Association. The FIGC reminds fans not to use websites other than official ones, as private sellers and other non-authorised channels can often offer fake or invalid tickets. The FIGC is not liable for cases of fraud that arises from purchases made from unauthorised sources.