Tickets Now On Sale For International Matches

May 27, 2015

The Bermuda Football Association [BFA] announced that tickets for the Bermuda men’s national team’s upcoming matches against Puerto Rico and Guatemala are now on sale.

The BFA said, “Tickets for the international friendly match against Puerto Rico, on Friday, June 5th, at 7:30pm, cost $20.00 for adults and $15.00 for children/seniors.

“Tickets for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia second-leg qualifying match against Guatemala, on Monday, June 15th, at 7:30pm, are $30.00 for adults and $15.00 for children/seniors.


“VIP Club tickets are available for the Guatemala match, at a cost of $75.00. VIP Club tickets include preferred seating, access to VIP Club tent, pre-game and half-time catering, and two drink tickets.

“A Two-Match Special is being offered for those who are seeking to purchase adult tickets to both matches. Purchasing both at the same time will cost $40.00, a savings of $10.00.

“The BFA is offering Group Rate tickets for the Guatemala match. Those who purchase five or more tickets will be able to buy them at a cost of $20.00 each.

“In addition, parking tickets for both matches are now available, at a cost of $10.00 each. All of the above-mentioned tickets are now available from the BFA office, as well as”

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  1. Jonah says:

    More importantly, The BFA need to announce what their Executive members are doing in Switzerland.

    Also provide clarity / answers on the following:

    * What are your plans regarding the election on Friday, to elect a new President of FIFA? Wouldn’t it be prudent for Bermuda to withdraw from this congress and this election, given the magnitude of the indictments?

    * What are your views regarding the arrest of the 14 FIFA officials, to include Jerry Webbe, Jack Warner and his sons and Blazer. Those named have all be intimately involved in Bermiuda Football.

    * Should the President of Bda Football resign from his post as Chairman of the Appeals Committee?

    We wait and not patiently…

    • Bluenose says:

      Absolutely agree. I do hope Larry does the right thing and seeks to oust the odious Blatter.

      This pollution of the beautiful game has gone on too long.

      One day, everything will come out. Including who backed him.

  2. Richard says:

    In light of the bombshell dropped earlier today (in every major publication around the world) regarding the massive corruption (US $150 MILLION in bribes) in FIFA and the associated arrest of 9 FIFA officials at their Annual Meeting, I can’t justify giving these folks any of my money. The fact that all 9 are representatives of Concacaf, including it’s President from Cayman, makes it even more troubling.

    • Hurricane says:

      Richard, you no intentions of going. And, if you did, the arrest would not deter you.
      Trash talker!

      • Richard says:

        Hurricane aka Nostradamus

      • Jonah says:

        Lame response boss…the idea that Richard or anyone that is a fan of football would elect to boycott FIFA tournaments should be applauded not scorned… Saying no to corruption is the moral responsibility of decent people…

  3. Hurricane says:

    Please, Bermuda, don’t be so quick to judge, come out and support our team and let the due process handle these “alleged” corruption charges.

    • Jonah says:

      Where have you been living Dude?

      Anyway, I have this great lot of land in the Everglades for sale. Interested?

      • hurricane says:

        No thanks, but I can tell you where to stick it.

  4. TonyC says:

    Already have my tickets, I just hope the result from the first leg doesn’t make the home leg a dead rubber.

    On the matter of FIFA, I would like to see how the Bermuda delegation casts it’s vote in tomorrow’s elections.