Fans may return for World Cup qualifier against Oman

VOV.VN - The organising board in charge of putting on Vietnam’s next World Cup third qualifying round match against Oman has put forward a proposal to welcome fans back to the My Dinh Stadium in Hanoi on March 24.

The proposal would see the Vietnamese team cheered on by 20,000 local fans in the upcoming match.

Tickets for the team’s home qualifier at the My Dinh Stadium in Hanoi will cost up to VND1.2 million each.

There will be four price stamps for the tickets, including VND500,000, VND700,000, VND900,000, and VND1.2 million.

Most notably, unlike in previous homes games that required local spectators to be fully vaccinated and record a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours, the organising board have propose to the Hanoi People’s Committee that spectators may not be required to do rapid COVID-19 tests before entering the stadium.

The Vietnamese national team is scheduled to gather at the Vietnam Youth Football Training Center on March 14 to prepare for their upcoming matches against Oman on March 24 and Japan on March 29.

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