The National Sports Authority has released advance tickets for the Ghana’s World Cup playoff first leg clash against Egypt next Tuesday.
According to the Graphic Sports, 33,000 will go on sale for the 40,000 seater-capacity Baba Yara Stadium.
5,000 tickets have been allocated to the various supporters groupings and the remaining 2,000 will go to the media, various security personnel on duty and officials of the National Sports Authority.
The acting Director General of the NSA Alice Attipoe confirmed to Graphic Sports that advance tickets could be purchased at the Accra and Kumasi stadia.
The Authority has also detectable ticketing machine could easily identify used and unused tickets, including the time of their usage.
“Once you enter into the gate, the ticket is defaced, so fans must not buy tickets that have been defaced,” Public Relations Officer Hamid Issaka told Graphic Sports.