Football: Tickets on sale for Lions' World Cup qualifiers and LionsXII's Malaysia Cup matches

Starting players of Singapore pose for the media prior to their football match of the 2018 World Cup Asian qualifier, 2nd round Group E against Japan in Saitama on June 16, 2015.
Starting players of Singapore pose for the media prior to their football match of the 2018 World Cup Asian qualifier, 2nd round Group E against Japan in Saitama on June 16, 2015. PHOTO: AFP

SINGAPORE - The Singapore national football team's upcoming 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Afghanistan (Oct 8) and Cambodia (Oct 13) will be played at the National Stadium.

Tickets (Cat 1 $38, Cat 2 $28) go on sale at 12 noon on Tuesday, with early bird prices (Cat 1 $30, Cat 2 $22) valid from Tuesday until Sept 28.

The Lions have started the qualifying campaign well, with three away matches yielding a resounding 4-0 win over Cambodia and an impressive 0-0 draw against Japan, before a narrow 1-0 defeat by Syria.

Said national head coach Bernd Stange: "I hope all Singaporeans will come down to support the boys who have been working incredibly hard. A full stadium of 55,000 cheering Singaporeans can be our secret weapon in these matches."

Tickets are available online www.sportshubtix.sg, at the Singapore Indoor Stadium box office and at all SingPost outlets islandwide.

Meanwhile, tickets for the LionsXII's Malaysia Cup home group matches - against Kedah (Saturday), Terengganu (Sept 26) and Johor Darul Takzim II (Oct 17) - are also on sale.

The tickets range from $5-$14, and can be bought online at www.globaltickets.sg and at AXS Stations islandwide until 4pm on match-days.