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Sale of new batch of tickets for Peru vs. Ecuador: how to buy

Lima, January 31, 2022Updated on 01/31/2022 05:43 pm

The Peruvian team will seek this Tuesday, February 1, to take another step towards qualifying for the 2022 Qatar World Cup. In front, the “Blanquirroja” will have Ecuador, which is also fighting for a quota. For the challenge, the group led by Ricardo Gareca will have the support of thousands of fans.

Until recently, it was known that a maximum of 50% of the total capacity of the National Stadium was allowed. However, the panorama changed and the meeting can be held with up to 70%. That said, a new batch of tickets will go on sale this Monday afternoon.

“This afternoon a new batch of tickets will go on sale at Stay tuned to our official networks”, was the information that the Peruvian team made known through social networks. It is worth saying that, according to the cited page, the tickets of the first batch were sold out.

Where to buy tickets for Peru vs. Ecuador

Tickets for the Peru-Ecuador can be purchased online on the website of Joinnus. To be able to enter the site, you can do it from here.

What requirements must you meet to go see Peru vs Ecuador

  • You must be of legal age and have your full vaccination plus the booster dose.
  • You can complete your vaccination days before the match.

Peru will face another final

The Peruvian team wants to take advantage of its local status, where it has won half of its 20 points, to achieve a fourth win in a row that will bring it closer to Qatar.

“We are going to face a team that is well positioned and has just played a good game against Brazil. What’s coming is yet another final.”, highlighted Gareca, who has led Peru since 2015 and took it to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the first that the Inca team played since Spain-1982.

The ‘Tigre’ would line up with the ‘Bambino’ Lapadula, the midfielders Yoshimar Yotún and Renato Tapia, but they will not have Christian Cueva or the defender Aldo Corzo, both suspended.

Source: Elcomercio

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