6h15 11/11, scenes pushed to buy tickets Vietnam vs Malaysia form a fence My Dinh broke down. Video: Hieu Luong
Many fans were in front of my Dinh Stadium from 10/11 to waiting in the morning of 11/11. Their intention is to buy tickets for the Vietnamese match with Malaysia on 16/11. Photo: Hieu Luong
Until 6 am 11/11, as reported by reporters, there are several hundred people lined up in the row of My Dinh's iron fence, moving past the stadium. Photo: Hieu Luong
The moment of "resting" of a female fan on a cold, rainy day in Hanoi. Photo: Hieu Luong
My Dinh "gong" iron fence in front of the crowd.
Watching the sale of tickets, the scene pushed "sharp". At 6h15 in the morning of 11/11, the fans were cheering on My Dinh's iron fence. Photo: Hieu Luong
Security forces also seem "helpless." Fortunately, no one was injured after the accident on the fence. Photo: Hieu Luong
The image of fencing at My Dinh stadium or VFF fence becomes known every time a national team's hot game is held in Hanoi. 4 years ago, Photo: Hieu Luong
The fan loses shoes after slipping on 11/11. Photo: Hieu Luong
One of the first people to have a queue ticket. Photo: Hieu Luong.
For "valuable" manual tickets, see the Malaysia team in Malaysia with the highest nominal value of 400,000 VND. However, only after 30 minutes from the sale, the organizers announced the highest ticket price, the best place was sold out. Photo: Giang Nguyen
A few hours ago, in the morning of 11/11, not only did we have to fall, not to fall asleep at night in front of the My Dinh stadium, fans of the Vietnamese team also meet with bandits, They threaten that they will make room for buying tickets.
It is known that the number of tickets sold directly to fans in the next two games of the national team in Vietnam is very limited. The ticket war also becomes hotter than ever. It is known that functional forces also send silent observers to bad objects, but it still is not enough to completely resolve this "tariff ticket" in action.
The villagers thwarted the threats, chasing the fans lined up for tickets
From 8 am to 5 pm (or until the ticket expires before the stopping time), Vietnam-Malaysia tickets will be sold at 4 kiosks in front of My Dinh, Le Duc Tho Street. , Phu Do Ward, Nam Tu Liem district, Hanoi. There are approximately 9,000 tickets sold to fans through this method.
Each person will be able to buy up to 2 pairs of Vietnam – Malaysia tickets, with 4 face value: 150,000 VND / ticket, 200,000 VND / ticket, 300,000 VND / ticket and 400,000 VND / ticket. In addition, fans will also be able to buy a pair of Vietnam-Cambodia tickets at the Hang Diem stadium on November 24 with three packs: VND 100,000 / ticket, VND200.000 / ticket and VND 300,000 / ticket.
To ensure that fans' rights to avoid buying fake tickets or tickets are higher than the rules, the Vietnam Football Association recommends buying tickets from ticket sales agents by the Vietnam Football Federation. rights.