Tickets for the European qualifier between Malta and Azerbaijan in programme on Sunday 6th September at the National Stadium will go on sale on Friday. Details about the game were given during a press conference at the National Stadium on Tuesday.
Addressing the media, MFA General Secretary Bjorn Vassallo spoke of the enthusiasm among the local supporters and the media ahead of the game against Italy in Firenze, scheduled for September 3. Malta aimed for a good performance, like it was the case in recent outings away from home. He said expectations for the Azerbaijan game were different as Malta not only targets a good performance but also a good result despite the fact that once again Malta’s opponents have several players playing in foreign leagues.
Vassallo said with the current EURO qualifiers coming to an end in October with the last two games against Norway away from home and Croatia, the association will be looking forward for the coming two years which will be quite challenging with the World Cup qualifiers against Scotland, England, Lithuania, Slovenia and Slovakia.
Ahead of these qualifiers, Malta will be playing a friendly match against Jordan in November and is planning other friendly matches in March and June.
MFA Head of Marketing Norman Saliba announced that the association has been working on increasing the number of sponsors for the national team. This is being triggered by a UEFA pilot project thanks to which the MFA and another five associations will be receiving assistance to increase participation in football and improve commercialisation.
Saliba revealed that Malta Football Association has reached a three-year agreement with Talocan Limited to be the second Gold Sponsors for the National Teams along with Cisk and Platinum Sponsors FXDD.
This partnership with Talocan should help the MFA with regards to digital products as part of the MFA’s drive towards customer relations management. Norman Saliba mentioned the recent launch of the MFA’s mobile website featuring the material visitors accessed most – results, fixtures and news.
Meanwhile tickets for the game will be available for €15 for the West Stand A and €8 for the Millennium Stand. Tickets for the Millennium Stand for children will cost €5.
All sectors in the West Stand will be on allocated seating while seating in the Millennium Stand will be on a free seating basis.
There will also be a limited number of spaces at Millennium Stand E and F for persons confined to a wheelchair. These 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 protected]
All Goal Card holders will be allowed access into the stadium upon presentation of their personal Goal Card. Holders of a West C Stand Goal Card will be allowed access to their reserved seat at West C. Holders of both a Millennium D Stand Goal Card and/or a South Stand Goal Card will be allowed access to Millennium D Stand.
Tickets are available from:
MFA OFFICES – Ta’ Qali – Millennium Stand
EROS STATIONERS – Paċeville
KSU Office – On Campus
LION KING STATIOINERS – Gwardamangia
MATRIX – Republic Street, Valletta
MATRIX – Main Street, Paola
MATRIX – Skyparks, MIA
TEAMSPORT – Iklin
STAR TOURIST SERVICES – Buġibba
GFA OFFICES – Xewkija, Gozo
ONLINE on www.mfa.com.mt
Tickets bought online need to be printed by the purchaser. For security reasons, Online Purchases can be made on a ONE CLICK – ONE TICKET basis, i.e. each ticket will have to be purchased separately.
Tickets will also be available for sale at the Stadium Ticket Booths on the respective Match-Days.
Meanwhile all ticket buyers will be eligible to participate in a competition with the chance to win one of our great prizes. Ticket buyers will need to scan the QR Code printed on the match ticket in order to participate in this competition.