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MALAYSIA vs SINGAPORE 2nd Round 2014 World Cup Qualifier Tickets and Information 2011

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MALAYSIA vs SINGAPORE  2nd Round 2014 World Cup Qualifier Tickets and Information 2011

FOR MALAYSIANS WHO WANTED TO BUY THE TICKETS, PLEASE CLICK HERE: MALAYSIA vs SINGAPORE 28th July 2011 World Cup Qualifier Tickets Details and Information: Football Fever in Malaysia

The most anticipated football match of the year. The football rivalry between the two neighbouring countries has been going on since decades ago.


The newly crowned AFF Suzuki Champions Malaysia will be playing against three English Premier League teams before the qualifier. They will go against Arsenal FC on 13th July, Liverpool FC on 16th July and Chelsea FC on 21st July at Stadium Nasional Bukit Jalil. The 2nd round first leg will be at Stadium Jalan Besar Kallang on 23rd July while the 2nd leg will be at Stadium Nasional Bukit Jalil on 28th July.

2014 World Cup Qualifier Asia Zone

23rd July 2011 – Singapore vs. Malaysia at Stadium Jalan Besar, Kallang, Singapore

28th July 2011– Malaysia vs Singapore at Stadium Nasionak, Bukit Jalil, Malaysia

Below is the latest info on the Singapore ticketing info credits to http://sporefootball.blogspot.com

“Due to the heavy demand for tickets to this match, fans are advised to purchase their tickets early.
Match Details
Match : Singapore vs Malaysia
Date : Saturday 23 July 2011
Time : 7.30pm
Venue : Jalan Besar Stadium

Ticketing Details
The details of ticket sales for the match are as follows:
Early Bird Special
In order to show appreciation to Singaporeans and permanent residents for their unwavering support for local football, only Singapore citizens and Permanent Residents will be entitled to purchase the early bird tickets. Each person is only entitled to purchase four tickets upon showing your NRIC card at the sales counter.
Date    : Saturday 16 July 2011 and Sunday 17 July 2011
Time   : 8am to 5pm
Venue : Jalan Besar Stadium, South Gate
Price : S$15.00 (Grandstand), S$7.00 (Gallery) and $3.00 tickets for gallery seating only (Primary, Secondary, ITE, JC Students Only/ Senior Citizen 60 years old and above) *
*Students and Senior Citizens have to produce their concession passes at the sales counter.

**Pre- Match Sales (subject to ticket availability)
Date    : Thursday 21 July 2011 and Friday 22 July 2011
Time   : 12pm to 5pm
Venue : Jalan Besar Stadium, South Gate
Price : S$18.00 (Grandstand), S$10.00 (Gallery) and $3.00 tickets for gallery seating only (Primary, Secondary, ITE, JC Students Only/ Senior Citizens 60 years old and above)
**Open to Public


***Match Day Sales (subject to ticket availability)
Date    : Saturday 23 July 2011
Time   : 5pm onwards
Venue : Jalan Besar Stadium, South Gate
Price : S$18.00 (Grandstand), S$10.00 (Gallery) and $3.00 tickets for gallery seating only (Primary, Secondary, ITE, JC Students Only/ Senior Citizens 60 years old and above)
***Open to Public
Malaysian fans who wish to purchase tickets for this match are advised to approach the Football Association of Malaysia for ticketing details.”

Singapore Ticketing information credits to http://sporefootball.blogspot.com

There is also no information on the ticket details of Malaysia leg but Stadium Nasional has the capacity of 87,000 seats. Prepare for the roar of the Harimau Malaya fans as 80,000 fans expected to watch the second leg.

I will update this blogpost when there are details on the tickets. Please do plan and book your accommodations ahead if you are planning to travel to watch these two games. This is the match of the year for Singapore and Malaysia football fans.

MALAYSIA is currently ranked 144th in FIFA Ranking and SINGAPORE is currently ranked 155th in FIFA Ranking.

8 thoughts on “MALAYSIA vs SINGAPORE 2nd Round 2014 World Cup Qualifier Tickets and Information 2011

  1. bro, pls update me if u get information about ticket Singapore vs Malaysia on July 23. I with my frens want to buy it but dun know where.

  2. I’m an ardent Harimau Malaya supporter. I really think the Jln.Besar Stadium is not fit at all to host a FIFA World Cup Qualifier and let alone a mouth-watering football match between two huge rivals. Jln Besar is a stopgap measure for Singapore FA (FAS) since the main national stadium is currently being rebuilt. You can’t held a dream football match in a mere 6,000 capacity stadium. Extremely small for a FIFA-level match. Imagine if France vs Italy in San Marino Stadium? I suggest FAS/FAM to appeal to FIFA and relocate this match to the Larkin Stadium, Johor Bahru. Larkin has 30,000 capacity and currently in good condition. Set a condition by giving 70% or 80% ticket allocation to S’poreans and the remaining to M’sians since S’pore is the host/home team for the 1st leg match. This work to the advantage of both teams especially to S’poreans. Remember, Larkin Stadium already met FIFA criterias – Hosted England’s group matches in 1997 World Youth Cup and the 1998 World Cup Asian Zone Play-Off Qualifier between Japan and Iran. Relocation to Larkin Stadium is the most viable solution and can overcome all the inconvenience.

  3. Hi Romy,

    I am going to miss the second leg in Malaysia as I will be traveling again. However, I will be at all the 3 English teams with Harimau Malaya. I thought Harimau Malaya didn’t play that well against Taiwan but we lucky to scrap through. I hope Harimau Malaya will give Singapore a good game for the 2nd round.

    Wilson

  4. Enal,

    I will update once I get the details. So far nothing is out yet. Thanks for reading.

    Wilson

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