The Malta Football Association announced that the tickets for the first home game from the 2018 FIFA World Cup European Qualifiers Group F between Malta and Scotland, scheduled at the National Stadium on Sunday 4th September are now on sale. Details were given during a press conference which was held at the National Stadium.
Tickets will cost €25 for West A and West C Stands, €15 for Millennium Stand D & F and €10 for the South Stand.
The West C Stand, Millennium D & F Stands and South Stand will be reserved for local fans while the West A Stand (Upper) and the North Stand will be reserved for visiting fans. The four thousand North Stand tickets have all been taken up and are being exclusively sold by the Scottish FA.
Scottish fans seeking to buy tickets can purchase their tickets in the available Sectors in West A Stand (Upper) and should not purchase tickets for any other parts of the stadium. For security reasons, identification checks may be carried out at the stadium entrances on match-day.
Sectors West A, B and C will be on allocated seating while seating at Millennium Sectors D and F, as well as the North and South Stands will be on a free seating basis.
Local children under the age of 12 years will for this match be allowed free entrance to the South Stand as long as they are accompanied by an adult who is in possession of either a valid ticket or a South Stand Goal Card. These will be over and above the usual ticket allocations for children who are members of local football nurseries. Parents/adults who intend to take their Under 12 children to watch the match from the South Stand would still need to acquire a complimentary ticket for their child and which complimentary ticket will be given upon request once at least one adult ticket would have been bought for this match, from any of the Points of Sale.
Identification checks to avoid any fraudulent activity will be carried out at the entrances to the South Stand while children’s tickets will not be available for any of the other Stadium Stands.
There will also be a limited number of spaces at the West A Stand and the Millennium Stands E and F for persons on a wheelchair. Such persons will be admitted into the stadium Free of Charge (upon prior request and on a first come first served Basis). These persons will however need to be accompanied by another assisting person who needs to be in possession of a match ticket bought at the standard rates; Such requests should be sent to email@example.com
Match Tickets will be available from the usual points of sales, namely: MFA Headquarters – Millennium Stand, Ta’ Qali; Eros Stationery – Paceville, KSU Office on campus; Lion King Stationers – Gwardamangia; Matrix – Republic Street Valletta, Main Street Paola or Skyparks MIA; Teamsport – Iklin, Star Tourist Services – Bugibba, GFA offices – Xewkija Gozo and online on www.mfa.com.mt
Tickets bought online are to be printed by the purchaser. For security reasons, unless they had already done so when purchasing tickets for previous matches, those buying their ticket/s online will need to create an account on our ticket purchasing system in order for them to be able to select and buy their ticket.
The Malta vs Scotland game will be the first game to be played on the hybrid pitch which is being installed at the National Stadium.
Before this game, Malta will be playing a friendly match against Estonia in Parnu on August 31. The Malta Football Association is currently in negotiations with other FAs to set-up another friendly match in November.
After the Scotland game, Malta has two away fixtures against England and Lithuania on October 8 and 11 respectively and against Slovenia at Ta’ Qali on November 11.