The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has reopened the field for the Jordanian and Syrian fans, who did not buy tickets for the match between Syria and Jordan on Thursday in the second round of the second group of the 2019 Asian Football Cup, after confirming that the tickets were executed and the Syrian Embassy bought more than 90%.
The decision to open the door to the Jordanian public in the UAE, through the official website of the AFC, which published the link and confirmed that the time is still open to buy tickets, without specifying the date of ticketing.
AFC source said the AFC’s rules were clear on ticket sales for the Asian Cup, with each team’s audience entitled to 8 percent of all tickets per match.
The source added that 8% of the tickets for the game is reserved for the Jordanian public, while 8% for the Syrian fans, and the remaining 84% for those who wanted to buy (Jordanian, Syrian or whatever nationality).
When the tickets were offered to the Syrian public or not on the AFC website, the Syrians bought all those tickets, which number about 12,500 tickets, while the Jordanians declined to buy, except for the tickets allocated to them, which only 1500 tickets.
The Syrian embassy in the United Arab Emirates has announced that the Syrian public has bought 90% of the tickets for the match, which will be played next Thursday in the second round of the first round of the Asian Cup.