The OFC Nations Cup, the U-20 women’s international friendlies and the senior men’s international against Malaysia have collectively been named the “Football Festival” and will get underway on May 24 and continue right through to June 17.
The OFC Nations Cup is the most prestigious tournament in Oceania and sees eight nations, including hosts Papua New Guinea, challenge for the opportunity to represent Oceania at the FIFA Confederations Cup in 2017.
The women’s international tri-nations series has the Papua New Guinea U-20 women’s team make their first foray into international action with matches against USA and Japan.
All of the matches are being held at Sir John Guise Stadium with ticket prices ranging from K10 for the outer stand and K30 for the grandstand.
Tickets are available from Big Rooster’s 11 restaurants in Port Moresby, with match day sales only at Sir John Guise Stadium.
In addition to individual match tickets, packages are also available for those wanting to watch all 15 OFC Nations Cup matches or all three U-20 tri-nations matches.
The package to watch all 15 Nations Cup matches is just K200 while the three women’s matches can be watched for K80.
The package includes the final and is for grandstand seats.
The match between Papua New Guinea and Japan kicks the “Football Festival” off on May 24, this is followed by the encounter between Japan and the USA on May 27 before Papua New Guinea wraps up the tri-series against USA on May 30.
The OFC Nations Cup gets underway on May 28 when defending champions Tahiti start their title defence against Samoa, followed by the home side Papua New Guinea taking on 2012 runners-up New Caledonia.
The OFC Nations Cup final will be held at Sir John Guise Stadium on Saturday, June 11.
The final match of the “Football Festival” will be an international friendly between Papua New Guinea and Malaysia on June 17 at 7pm.
Both the individual tickets and ticketing packages will be available for purchase from Big Rooster starting today.