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Tickets for Croatia’s Nations League matches in Zagreb and Vienna go on sale online

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Tickets for Croatia’s Nations League matches in Zagreb and Vienna go on sale online

On Thursday, September 1, starting at 2:00 p.m., ticket sales will begin for Croatia’s two remaining matches in the UEFA Nations League.

After a successful June, which saw Zlatko Dalić’s side record victories against Denmark in Copenhagen and France in Paris, the Croatian national football team will play the remaining two matches in the Nations League group stages in September. 

First up is Denmark at Maksimir Stadium in Zagreb on September 22 at 8:45 p.m. and then against Austria at Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna on September 25 at 8:45 p.m.

With seven points after four games, Croatia is currently in second place in the group, and with two wins, they would secure first place and a place in the final tournament of the Nations League, which will be played in June 2023.

Ticket sales are available exclusively online.  

CROATIA – DENMARK (Zagreb, September 22)

Ticket prices in advance until September 21:

West stand – lower middle: HRK 200 (€26.54) 
West stand – lower: HRK 150 (€19.91) 
West stand – upper: HRK 100 (€13.27) 
North stand: HRK 80 (€10.62)

The south stand is intended for away fans.

Ticket prices on the day of the match:

West stand – lower middle: HRK 250 (€33.18) 
West stand – lower: HRK 200 (€26.54) West up: HRK 120 (€15.93) 
North stand: HRK 100 (€13.27)

AUSTRIA – CROATIA (Vienna, September 25)

Croatian fan sector: HRK 250 (€33.18)

The sale of tickets includes e-tickets that the buyer needs to download from their user pages and print out, and the right to purchase them is exclusively available to citizens of the Republic of Croatia, regardless of their address of residence, upon filling in the requested personal information.

One person can buy a maximum of four (4) tickets. In addition to his data, the customer also enters data about other fans for whom he buys tickets, whereby the other fans do not necessarily have to be citizens of the Republic of Croatia.

The deadline for buying tickets online for the Zagreb match lasts until the start of the match or until all tickets are sold out. The sale of tickets for the Austria-Croatia match in Vienna lasts until September 8 at 12:00 p.m.

Online tickets are available on the ticket portal, where you can find detailed information on ticket sales and payment methods.

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