Tickets for the international friendly match between Malta and Lithuania on June 8 and the EURO 2016 between Malta and Bulgaria on June 12 are out on sale. Details about the two matches were given by MFA Deputy General Secretary (International & Events) Joe Cassar and Head of Marketing Norman Saliba.
The friendly match against Lithuania, who are ranked 100th and are currently fourth in Group E with six points from five matches, should provide the Malta national team a good test ahead of the EURO qualifier against Bulgaria. Malta vs Lithuania will be played at the National Stadium, kick-off at 20:00, and will be controlled by match officials from Luxembourg.
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Four days later, Malta hosts Bulgaria. Bulgaria’s performance in Group H so far was far from impressive as they have collected five points from five matches, including the draw against Malta last November in Sofia. Malta vs Bulgaria kicks-off at 20:45.
Tickets for Malta vs Bulgaria cost €20 for the West Stand A and the West Stand C, €12 for the Millennium Stand and €8 for the South Stand. West Stand A Upper will be reserved for Bulgarian fans and are available from the Bulgarian FA or the Malta FA.
Tickets for children cost €10 for the West Stand A and the West Stand C, €5 for the Millennium Stand and €2 for the South Stand.
These tickets will be available from the MFA Headquarters – Ta’ Qali, Eros Stationers – Paceville, KSU office on Campus, Lion King Stationers – Gwardamanga, Matrix – Republic Street Valletta, Main Street Paola and Skyparks MIA, Teamsport Iklin, Star Tourist Services – Bugibba and GFA Headquarters.
Tickets for Malta vs Lithuania will only be available online from mfa.com.mt. They are available for €10 at the West Stand A and West Stand C and for €6 Millennium Stand. Tickets for children cost €2.
Holders of the EURO Goal Card will be given free access for the Lithuania friendly. Holders of West C Stand card will be allowed access to their reserved seat while holders or the Millennium Stand or South Stand card will be allowed access to the Millennium D Stand.
The MFA Blue card is also valid for admission for the game against Lithuania.
There will also be a limited number of spaces at Millennium Stand E and F for wheelchair-bound persons. They will be admitted for free but need to be accompanied by a person who is in possession of a ticket bought at the standard rates. A request needs to be submitted to email@example.com
Tickets for both matches will also be available at the Stadium ticket booths.