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Tickets go on sale for Croatia v Slovenia in Split

Tickets go on sale for Croatia v Slovenia in Split

Poljud stadium (Photo credit: MaGa/CC license)

ZAGREB, 1 September 2021 – Tickets for Croatia’s upcoming 2022 World Cup qualifier against Slovenia in Split went on sale today. 

Croatia will face Slovenia at Poljud Stadium in Split on Tuesday, 7 September (8:45 p.m.) and the Croatian Football Federation confirmed that only fans with valid EU digital COVID certificates will be allowed in.

Ticket are available online and the prices are as follows (until 6 September): (Portal for tickets)

West stand – middle – 200 kn

West stand – 150 kn

East stand – middle – 120 kn

East stand – 100 kn

North/South stands – 80 kn

Ticket prices on matchday: 

West stand – middle – 250 kn

West stand – 200 kn

East stand – middle – 150 kn

East stand – 120 kn

North/South stands – 100 kn

NOTE: Vaccination certificates or proof of recovery will not be recognised, as well as various test results, but only the EU digital COVID certificate with a valid QR code that will be checked at the entrance.

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. Information on how to download EU digital COVID certificates can be found at the following link: https://eudigitalnacovidpotvrda.hr/hr/cesta-pitanja. 

Fans who have not been vaccinated or have not recovered from COVID-19 on arrival at the stadium will be able to be tested through rapid antigen tests. The price of the test will be 50 kn per person, and the test point will be open in front of the Spaladium Arena in the following terms:

Monday, Sept. 6, from 12:00 to 22:00

Tuesday, Sept. 7, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Only Croatian citizens are able to purchase tickets that must be download and printed out.

Due to special epidemiological measures in the stands, one person can buy only 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 but can not be a citizen of Slovenia after UEFA ruled that no away fans are allowed at the September qualifiers.

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