The 15,000 entries put up for sale for the match between Georgia and Spain of the qualifying phase for the World Cup in Qatar 2022, which will be played in the Georgian capital next Sunday, they sold out in a few hours, reported this Thursday the website tkt.ge, the only authorized seller.
The Georgian Government allowed the holding of the qualifying match with the public, but without exceeding 30 percent of the capacity of the Dinamo Arena, which is 55,000 viewers, due to sanitary measures against the spread of the coronavirus.
Tickets were only sold online and, according to the administration of tkt.ge, a total of 90,000 requests, demand confirming the huge interest it arouses among fans the visit of the Spanish national team.
Ticket prices ranged from 5 to 25 lari: 1.25 and 6.34 euros, respectively. To avoid crowds, entry to the stadium will be allowed three hours before the game, which will start at 9:00 p.m. local time (6:00 p.m. Spanish peninsular time).
The ticket for the match will serve its holder of safe-conduct for checks on compliance with the touch remains that applies in Georgia between 9:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. local time and that is one of the measures imposed by the authorities to combat the spread of covid-19.
Georgia, what has never participated in a World Cup, is framed in Group B of Europe together with Sweden, Greece and Kosovo, in addition to Spain. The Georgian team, led by the French Willy Sagnol, begins its journey today in the World Cup qualifying phase as a visitor against Sweden.