National Teams

Tickets for the EURO 2024 Qualifier against Italy

Published: 20-12-2022 16:24
Euro 2024 Qualifiers
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Malta will face Italy at the National Stadium on Sunday 26th March at 8.45pm.  This game is Malta's first commitment on home soil in the EURO 2024 Group C Qualifiers.   A couple of days before, Malta plays against North Macedonia on Thursday 23rd March at 8.45pm in Skopje.

Malta vs Italy Ticket Prices

Tickets for the West C Sector, South Stand, North Stand and Millennium F sector are now on sale trough the Malta FA Ticket Website https://tickets.mfa.com.mt.  Millennium D sector is sold out.  

Ticket prices are as follows:

Adults        

  • West C - €70                
  • South Stand - €20
  • North Stand - €20             
  • Millennium F - €40

Concessions (These include children under the age of 12 (from 3 years upwards), persons over 60 years of age, and blue card holders who have to present their on the day) 

  • West C - €35                
  • South Stand - €10     
  • North Stand - €10 
  • Millennium D & F - €20

Italian Supporters

Italian Supporters can buy a ticket in the North Stand at the following prices

  • Adults – North Stand - €20
  • Concessions* - North Stand - €10

* Concessions include children under the age of 12 (from 3 years upwards), persons over 60 years of age and blue card holders who need to present their card on the day.

Free entrance to Museum

Anyone buying tickets in December and January will be entitled to free entrance to the Malta FA Museum redeemable all throughout the month of January.  Ticket holders can show their Malta vs Italy tickets at the Museum Entrance for free access.

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FAQs

What time will the gates open? 
Gates open 90 minutes before kick-off

Will the matches be televised? 
Yes this game will be broadcast live by the Official Broadcaster, PBS on TVMSports+.

What are concessions in ticket sales? 
Concessions include children under the age of 12 (from 3+), persons over 60 years of age, and blue card holders who need to present their card on the date. Children under the age of 3, who will not occupy a seat, do not need a ticket to enter the Stadium.   

Will persons with limited mobility have designated space in stands? 
Persons with limited mobility and their carers are designated to stay in the Millennium Stand.  They are to email tickets@mfa.com.mt before purchasing their ticket.   The ticketing department will help allocate space and give assistance on the day.

What information do I need to give when buying a ticket online?
To buy tickets online you need to register via https://tickets.mfa.com.mt. You will need to provide an email address where a validation code will be sent. You will then be asked to enter your name, surname, Identity Card number, and a contact number.      

I cannot buy tickets in the sector desired. Why?
It could be that the sector is being sold by any of the respective clubs playing.

How many tickets can I buy? 
You can add ‘Guests’ under your account. Your list of guests can be seen from the menu under ‘My Guests’ and you can add up to 9 guests.

Do tickets have seat numbers?
Only West Stand has seat numbers (Row A is the top most one and the rest follow in alphabetical order).  The rest of the stadium is free seating.

Will goal cards be available? 
No

How can I purchase a ticket to the Millennium Stand Level 3 Balcony? 
Anyone interested should send an email to marketing@mfa.com.mt

 

The view from Millennium Stand Level 3 Balcony

Why is the North Stand available to both Italian and Maltese supporters? 
The North Stand will be divided into two.  Supporters need to buy either a Maltese fan ticket (in North Stand) or an Italy fan ticket (in North Stand).  The image below explains this.  

I still haven’t found an answer to my query?
Please email us on tickets@mfa.com.mt Alternatively you can call on the helpline +356 2338 6251