The Polish Football Association issued a surprising announcement before the match against Moldova. It turns out that fans can still buy tickets for the match. This hasn’t happened on a match day for a very long time.
The Polish national team will face Moldova at the PGE National Stadium as part of the European Championship qualifiers. The Reds and Whites must win to dream of advancing to Euro 2024, and also defeat the Czechs in the last match, who have one match left to play. The last match against the Faroe Islands (2-0), which was Michał Probierz’s debut appearance on the bench of the Polish team, filled the fans’ hearts with hope for better times. Fans who want to watch the test against the Moldovans live still have such a chance.
The Polish Football Association issued a statement regarding the match against Moldova
In recent months, the matches of the Polish national team at the National Stadium and elsewhere have enjoyed great interest from fans. Both in the match against Albania and the Faroe Islands during Fernando Santos’ term, the “national stronghold of the Reds and Whites” enjoyed a very good attendance, and the Polish Football Association did not complain about ticket income. This time it’s a bit different, which has just been confirmed on social media.
The official profile of Łączy Nas Piłka posted an announcement on the availability of tickets for the match against Moldova on X. This is the first time in a long time that PZPN informed on the match day that there are still vacant seats. What is even more surprising is the fact that this is a match in which Michał Probierz will make his debut in front of the Polish audience, the team will include several players who will also make their debut at the PGE National Stadium, but the importance of the entire match is also important.
“Tickets are still available for tomorrow’s match at PGE Narodowy,” it was written on X, and under the post there was a link redirecting to a website where you can buy tickets for the match against Moldova. Let us remind you that it will start on Sunday, October 15 at 20:45.