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  1. #11
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    Buongiorno,

    Looking at last year the final tickets did not go on sale until after the semi-finals...which makes sense, because until you know if your team is in the finals you won’t know if you really want to buy the tickets Of course that is really for the locals.

    The tickets for the final should be on sale a week before the final game on the 24th. However the Italians normally don’t give you a lot of warning when they final fix these dates, so we will try to keep you updated.

    Buon Viaggio,
    Donna Denise
    Last edited by DonnaDenise; June 7, 2016 at 04:21 AM.

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    Just announced today:

    Tickets for the FINAL will go on sale on Monday, June 14, the day after the semi-finals have been played, at 11am again, I believe -- same link as above for the semifinals: http://goo.gl/bsIFSW
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    Default Places to watch the semi-finals

    Unfortunately I won't be in town for the final match, and I was unable to get tickets to today's. Are there any bars that stream the semi-final that my friends and I could watch it at? Thanks!

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    Same question as Morganelle, I did not manage to get tickets to the final but would love to watch the game with other fans somewhere instead of just watching it at home on rtv38. Anyone have any recommendations?
    Much appreciated

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    Since Blues and Whites are the teams for the final, I would suggest heading into the quartiere of each to find a local bar with fans - for the Whites, anywhere from Porta Romana to Piazza Tasso to Piazza Santo Spirito.
    The Blues are for Santa Croce so that will be easier if you're in the area to see the historical parade - just spread out around the piazza, I am sure you'll find bars in the area with TVs on - like on via dei Bardi and via dei Neri.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lourdes View Post
    Since Blues and Whites are the teams for the final, I would suggest heading into the quartiere of each to find a local bar with fans - for the Whites, anywhere from Porta Romana to Piazza Tasso to Piazza Santo Spirito.
    The Blues are for Santa Croce so that will be easier if you're in the area to see the historical parade - just spread out around the piazza, I am sure you'll find bars in the area with TVs on - like on via dei Bardi and via dei Neri.
    Seems to be quite a lot of dissatisfied fans who were unable to get tickets. www.facebook.com/CalcioStoricoFi

    Definitely worth calling the concierge as, by all accounts, many tickets have gone to the 'tourist' sector. Otherwise keep an eye out on sites like these:
    http://biglietti.aaannunci.it/eventi-sportivi
    http://www.kijiji.it/
    http://www.subito.it
    -where tickets do crop up occasionally.

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    Lourdes and Alice, thank you so much for the tips and advice! MUCH appreciated.

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