Great controversy was generated by the cost of tickets for the game that the Peruvian National Team and Uruguay will hold for the penultimate date of the Qatar 2022 Qualifiers. However, Ignacio Alonso, president of the AUF, was amazed by the great response that was obtained from the fans of the bicolor team.
“We are sure that tickets will sell out. We have a demand for 4,000 tickets. There are 500 that the FPF will take and there will be 1,500 available to the fans, we fell short in the price we set”said the top director of the Uruguayan Football Association, in dialogue with ‘Último al arco’.
On the other hand, Alonso acknowledged having communicated with the president of the FPF, who did not show any discomfort at the price of the tickets for the clash that could define the classification of the Peruvian National Team or of Uruguay to the next World Cup event that will take place in Qatar.
“I spoke with the president of the FPF and he didn’t give me any problem because of the prices we set. The grandstand that we gave to the fans of the Peruvian National Team It is a preferential. In the final of the Libertadores, USD 1,200 came out and it sold out, we cannot give that grandstand away”limited the Uruguayan director.
Date and time confirmed for the matches in Peru
Peru will visit Uruguay on the penultimate date of the Qatar 2022 Qualifiers and the clash will be key to determining the qualifiers for the World Cup. Due to its significance, the FPF revealed that the match will be played on Thursday, March 24 at 6:30 pm (Peruvian time), in parallel with other important matches.
On the other hand, on the 18th date, the trend will be similar. The Peru vs. Paraguay, at the National Stadium in Lima, will take place on Tuesday, March 29 at 6:30 pm (Peruvian time), at the same time as Chile vs. Uruguay, Ecuador vs. Argentina and Venezuela vs. Colombia. In this final day of Qualifying, Bolivia vs. Brazil will have a different planning.
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“We fell short on the price”: AUF surprised by high Peruvian demand for Peru vs. Uruguay