Intercontinental Playoff Ticket Prices

New Zealand Football is pleased to confirm the ticket prices for the FIFA World Cup Intercontinental Playoff in November.

The All Whites will face World No 12 Peru at Westpac Stadium in Wellington on Saturday 11 November in the opening home leg and tickets have been priced at a level that caters for all sports fans in New Zealand.

There are three ticket categories – Platinum ($129 adult, $79 child), Gold ($95, $49) and Silver ($59, $29) – to be part of one of New Zealand iconic sports events.  A per ticket service fee applies. Fans may purchase up to 8 tickets per transaction.

New Zealand Football Chief Executive Andy Martin expected a sold-out Westpac Stadium of 38,500 fans as the All Whites look to make the most of home advantage.

“The demand for tickets for this game has been incredible and we feel we have priced it at a level where all football fans can be a part of this one-in-four year event,” said Martin.

“We want to re-create an atmosphere like 2009 with everyone dressed in white. We need all of New Zealand behind the All Whites as they look to create history and qualify for the FIFA World Cup.”

The pre-sale tickets for the home leg in Wellington will go on sale to the All Whites Road to Russia Waitlist and football community tomorrow at 12pm and to the general public on Friday 20 October at 12pm.  

The waitlist closes today at 5pm and those on the waitlist will receive an email tomorrow morning with a link to purchasing tickets. 

FIFA World Cup – Intercontinental Playoff
New Zealand v Peru
Home Leg: Saturday 11 November, 2017, kick off at 4.15pm
Where: Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand
Away Leg: Wednesday 15 November, kick off at 9.15pm (Thursday 16 November 3.15pm NZT)
Where: Estadio Nacional de Lima, Peru

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*Per ticket service fee applies. Child is 16 years and under. 

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