Suzuki Cup: Semifinal tickets now on Sale

2 12 2012

Tickets for the first ever Suzuki Cup semifinal match held in Philippine soil is now out on sale. Filipino football fans can now purchase tickets for the December 8 match-up between the Philippine Azkals and Singapore Lions at the historic Rizal Memorial Stadium.  Those who want to root for the beloved Azkals can now buy tickets at Ticketworld outlets.  Fans can also get their tickets via online purchase at ticketworld.com.ph.  Suzuki Cup semifinal tickets are priced at P3,000, P2,000, P1,000, P500, and P300. Online purchases will have ticket fees.

Fans are really encouraged to go out and support the Azkals as they face a very familiar foe.  In fact, the Azkals have beaten Singapore in a friendly held in Cebu City just last month.  If the Azkals manage to hurdle Singapore, they will be in their first ever Suzuki Cup finals.

For more information about tickets you may email ticketworld at tickets@ticketworld.com.ph or call them at +632 891.9999 or Fax at +632 891.5634.

 





Suzuki Cup: Azkals clinches semis berth

9 12 2010
FIFA

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All they need was a draw to be in the semifinals in the Suzuki Cup and the PHL Football team did it. The game between the Philippines and Burma ended 0-0.   It was the second straight shutout by goalkeeper Neil Etheridge.  The Philippines will now face powerhouse Indonesia who has dominated all its opponents so far.

In the other Group B match, Vietnam redeemed itself by beating Singapore 1-0 and topping the group to face Group A second placer Malaysia in the semifinals.

caloycomment: Who would have thought that the Philippine Football will reach this far? Even if there is so much bickering between PFF officials, the national team managed to get this excellent result.  I just hope that FIFA will not ban our national team for the infighting in the local football federation. It would really spoil the victory of this team. With the feat also, I expect many politicians to start riding the football bandwagon.  Hopefully, they will just support the sport by giving funds to schools to promote the sport and not join the PFF and try to run it. 😉