May 16, 2022
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Fiji FA reduces FACT ticket prices

The 2022 Digicel Fiji FACT ticket prices have been reasonably reduced by Fiji Football Association.
Fiji FA chief executive Mohammed Yusuf confirmed that tickets will go on sale from Thursday at the Fiji Sports Council in Laucala Bay, Suva.
Yusuf said they have reduced the ticket prices and are hoping to cater  for at least 10,000 fans at the ANZ Stadium in Suva on Sunday.  
The Grandstand ticket will be $15 for adults and $8 for children Under 12 while the embankment ticket will be sold at a flat rate of $10.
He also added the tickets for the Lawaqa Park games will go on sale from next Monday.
Meanwhile, newcomers Tailevu Naitasiri will open the tournament against Nasinu at 11am, Nadi meets Navua at 1pm while Ba faces Suva at 3pm and Rewa will take on Labasa at 5pm.
By Romeka Romena

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