Ticket distribution for Norway-Serbia game: 80% to fans

Lars LagerbäckOslo. Ullevaal stadium. National team manager Lars Lagerbäck and Norway.Photo: Terje Pedersen / NTB

The Norwegian Football Association will allocate 160 tickets for the European Championship match against Serbia to fans.

The other 40 places will go to the partners of the national team.

The Norwegian football team will meet the Serbs in the semi-finals of the European Championship replay on Thursday next week.

Victory there will give Norway a place in the final for a European Championship place against Scotland or Israel.

As a result of national coronavirus guidelines, a maximum of 200 spectators will be allowed to see the match in the stands.

Out of the 200, 160 will be supporters, the association announced.

“It means a lot”

“We are happy that it is now possible to welcome some of our loyal supporters to the match. It will also mean a lot to the national team players, to have support from the stands,” commercial director Runar Pahr Andresen in NFF said.

The 160 “lucky” tickets will be chosen via drawing from a pool of those who bought a ticket for the match before the coronavirus outbreak.

There will also be 200 spectators in the national league against Romania on October 11.

According to national guidelines, this number could be increased to 600 against Northern Ireland three days later.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today


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