Scotland v Belgium ticket sale announced

The SFA have announced the sale of tickets for the Scotland v Belgium match on 6 September. Tickets for the World Cup qualifier at Hampden Park will be priced as follows :

South Lower – £35

South Upper – £32

North Stand – £32

West Stand – £25

East Stand – £25 adult/ £10 child

Tickets will be available to SSC members from Thursday 13 June 2013 at 10am. They will be available online here and the sale will close for members at 5pm on Friday 26 July 2013.

6 Responses to “Scotland v Belgium ticket sale announced”

  1. Mathias Josi Says:

    Will be over with 5 more guys and pretty anxious to get decent seats (North or South Stand, if possible; no hospitality packages required). Does anyone have any idea if and when a public ticket sale might start? The SFA’s website does not mention any public sale yet. Thanks everyone.

  2. No definite idea, but as disorganised as they sometimes are, the SFA usually extend ticket sales to the public pretty soon after the deadline for sales to the supporters club.

  3. MJ, I received and email from the Supporters Club saying that the “remaining tickets for this match will be going on public sale from 10am on Monday 5 August 2013. Tickets will be available by logging onto“. Good luck!

  4. We are a group of friends from belgium who wants to support there national team (off course in a friendly way, with respect for you guys), but unfortunately al 6000 tickets are sold out here. So we wondered whether there is a possibility on the website of the Scottish FA for international shipping (sending tickets to brussels)?

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