Tickets for India’s match against Oman in the 2018 FIFA World Cup/2019 AFC Asian Cup Preliminary Joint Qualifiers at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium in Bengaluru have gone on sale online.
Fans can book their tickets at www.kyazoonga.com/Sports/2018-FIFA-World-Cup-Qualifiers/1260/4#.VXKB1s-qqko.
In addition, tickets for India’s second home-match against Iran (at the same venue) on September 8, 215 are also available.
National coach Stephen Constantine and the players thanked the All India Football Federation (AIFF) for the move.
“I am very happy at the tie-up. It is very important for the football passionate fans of Bengaluru and it’s important for the National Team to have their support. Turn out in numbers. It’s your country. Back the Blue,” Constatine told AIFF Media.
“I also need to welcome www.kyazoonga.com on board and hope to have a good working relationship with them,” he added.
‘Spiderman’ Subrata Pal, who captained Team India in the previous two FIFA World Cup Round 1 Preliminary matches against Nepal, stressed on the “noise from the stands.”
“Indian football is going through a transition. If you look at our squad, it’s a whole new generation who are shaping up to take on the mantle. We need a good start and it’s not possible without the support of the fans,” he stated.
“It’s your chance to stand up for your country. Let’s put up a good show together. It’s time to make some noise. Be deafening. Back the Blue.”
Sunil Chhetri, who plays his club football in Bengaluru welcomed the tie-up with www.kyazonga.com. Speaking to AIFF Media, the highest Indian scorer in international football mentioned about the passion for the sport in the Garden City.
“It’s very important match for us. Be sure that we will give our 200 percent on the ground. Hope to see you in numbers. Let’s collectively do this,” he mentioned.
Local heartthrobs Robin Singh, CK Vineeth and Hero I-League’s best midfielder Eugenson Lyngdoh urged the fans to “throng the stands.”
“Bengaluru has never disappointed when it comes to filling up the Fortress. Let’s do it once again for the National Team. It’s your country, it’s our country. Stand together on 11th. Back the Blue,” he urged.
Lyngdoh felt the fans can be the “strength” behind the team.
“This is what we have been waiting for. I’m sure even that this is what all of you have been waiting for. Come out in numbers. Be behind the team and be the strength to achieve this victory.”
Jackichand Singh, very recently voted the Best Player of the Hero I-League informed that he has been receiving calls for tickets.
“I have received many calls for tickets for the match. I will direct them to www.kyazonga.com. We need your support. Back the Blue,” he opined.
(Report courtesy AIFF Media / Picture courtesy kyazoonga.com)