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I am very suprised that FIFA could allow CFA to manage the ticket sales like this. I have purchased plane tickets and booked the hotel but am not sure of getting the tickets. We have called all online event ticket agencies in china and none of them are covering this event. I have been in touch with the ticket office and the only way to reserve tickets seems to be sending cash to a person's bank account and have them purchase. I don't need to say this is high risk.

I can't believe they have been allowed to handle it in this fashion. I have been given the official ticket release date as the 20th but you need to be there in person.

thanks, James.

Thank you for your email regarding ticket sales for the China vs.. Australia World Cup qualifier in Kunming on March 26. FFA is trying to ascertain as to how tickets are being sold by the CFA for this match. Despite repeated attempts we have not received any information. Should confirmed ticket details be made available to us we will post these on our website www.footballaustralia.com.au

I have tickets for sale. Please see my classified entry.

All Grade A tickets have been sold out now and Grade B tickets are running out.

If you want tickets, please contact me asap as, after March 10th, I will be unable to procure more tickets. After that you have to try your luck with the ticket office.

i was just passing the tuodong stadium, so i dropped in to see what the score was with tickets. people weren't very sure, giving me both March 10 ("but this isn't for certain") and March 20 as the date ticket sales commence. the ticket office is by the main gate on dongfeng dong lu. i think i'll head back in early March and see if matters have clarified.

in other news, i have heard that tickets available to the public will be a rather small percentage of the total, with others available to sponsors, government and such like. however, i don't know the ultimate source of this information, or its veracity.

In their usual short sighted "wisdom" Kunming govenment "officials" (nothing more than illiterate, card carrying thugs) have missed the boat. Instead of doing something stupid like banning cars 12 days per year, why not limit the growth of cars that drive on the road the other 353 days per year. i suggest a 25,000 RMB tax on license plates. This would reduce the demand for vehicles and the funds could go to rebuilding the crumbling road infrastructure.