The last 2000 tickets still available will be on sale from tomorrow at a cost of 20 euros and 100 euros for the Tiber and Monte Mario sectors.
As for the conditions of the playing field at the Olimpico Roberto Mancini he was not worried.
” Rome was chosen for this challenge for the certainty of having a large audience and for the climate. It also seems to me that the field is good, we are monitoring it every day and despite the race it seems to me that it has held up well ”.
“This attachment is wonderful and I am not referring only to the fact that the tickets were ‘burned’ in a few hours. Against Switzerland and Lithuania there were 9 million viewers, 42% share, this says a lot: the national team it is in the hearts of all Italians “.
In Prato for the inauguration of a sculpture dedicated to Paolo Rossi, the president of the FIGC, Gabriele Gravina, commented the news of the Olimpico sold out for the decisive match against the Swiss in the world qualifiers.
Mancini has to do without some pawns “but I am not worried about defections – replies the federal president – We are now used to emergencies and in emergencies we always have a positive reaction”.