Kochi: All tickets for the opening day match of the upcoming U-17 Football World Cup to be held here on October 7 has been sold out. The tickets which were available online were priced at Rs 60, Rs 150 and Rs 300; all of which have been sold out. On the opening day Brazil takes on Spain at 5 p.m. The total seating capacity at the venue has been reduced to 41,000 taking into account the security concerns. Brand new chairs have been installed. Kerala Football Association President K.M.I. Mathar said "We have no role in sales of tickets and such things. We do what we are told and the stadium where the matches are going to be held will be taken over by the FIFA on September 20”.
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