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710 extra tickets for Croatia-Russia in Split released for sale

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ZAGREB, 11 November 2021 – The Croatian Football Federation (HNS) announced on Thursday that it has released another 710 tickets for sale for Croatia’s clash with Russia at Poljud stadium in Split on Sunday. 

“After the Russian Football Federation provided information on the small number of tickets sold for the sector intended for Russian fans, HNS sought and obtained approval from the Ministry of the Interior to reduce the so-called “buffer” zone in sector B of the west stand, which freed up another 710 tickets for sale for Croatian fans,” HNS said. 

The new allotment of tickets available therefore are for sector B of the west stand of Poljud stadium.

The prices of these tickets are 150 kuna in advance (until November 13) or 200 kuna on the day of the match, and can be purchased until the sale of all available tickets via the portal HERE 

Only citizens of Croatia, regardless of residence address, are able to purchase the tickets by filling in the required personal information.

Due to special epidemiological measures in the stands, one person can buy up to four (4) tickets. In addition to their data, the customer also enters data on another fan for whom he buys tickets, where the other fan does not necessarily have to be a citizen of Croatia.

EU digital COVID certificates with a valid QR code are required to enter the stadium. Children under the age of 12 who have a ticket can enter the stadium without an EU digital COVID certificate if they are accompanied by a parent or guardian who has a certificate and a ticket.

All fans who have not been vaccinated and / or have not recovered from COVID-19 can take the test and then obtain an EU digital COVID certificate at all test centres. A list of such test centres and additional information on testing can be found at the following link: https://www.koronavirus.hr/svi-testni-centri-u-republici-hrvatskoj/763

HNS has also provided the option of testing through rapid antigen tests, after which everyone who tests negative will receive the EU digital COVID passport necessary to enter the stadium. Prices, location and opening hours of all test points can be found HERE.

The match is played on Sunday, 14 November 2021 with kick-off at 3 p.m. local time. 

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