2 million world cup tickets sold!

28/01/2010 at 11:46 7 comments


After countless of complaints with regards to the slow sale of 2010 world cup tickets, it seems that two-thirds of the tickets for the world’s biggest football event have been applied for. South Africans a have come to the table too, as they are said to be responsible for 79 percent of the sales during the third ticket phase.

Over the past weeks,various media reported on the slow ticket sales for the 2010 world cup, and about how South Africans were not buying tickets.  According to a recent statement by FIFA however, 2 million tickets have been sold, with several matches already oversubscribed.

According to the international football organisation, which is headed by Sepp Blatter, 79 percent of the 1.2 million applications received in the third ticketing phase that ended on January 22, were from South Africans. “All games of the South African team will be sold out,” said Danny Jordaan, the head of South Africa’s 2010 Local Organising Committee.

Of the other 191 nations to apply for tickets, the United States is in the lead with 50,217 applications, followed by England with 41,529.

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