The Boost SportsFix Super Cup Tickets on sale

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Tickets for the inaugural Boost SportsFix Super Cup which takes place at the National Stadium, KL Sports City on 13, 16 and 20 January 2018 are on sale.

Tickets for the inaugural football tournament featuring three teams, namely Kelantan FA, Persija Jakarta and Thai team Ratchaburi FC, are available online via www.sportsfixcup.com. Games are scheduled as follows:

13 January 2018 (Saturday), 8.00pm          :              Ratchaburi FC vs Persija Jakarta

16 January 2018 (Tuesday), 8.00pm           :              Kelantan FA vs Persija Jakarta

20 January 2018 (Saturday), 8.00pm          :              Kelantan FA vs Ratchaburi FC

Fans can purchase individual tickets (priced at RM10 to RM120) OR purchase a pass to all three games at a 25% discount. Apart from online sales, tickets are also available at the MyTicket.Asia office, Setiawalk, Block E, Unit 05-05 in Puchong, 47160 Selangor from Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 6.00pm and Saturday from 9.00am to 1.00pm.

VIP tickets offering the best seats in the house and Hospitality Suites are also available for purchase.  Each suite can comfortably fit 12 guests, with each 12-person package going for RM1,500 per match (6.30pm-11.00pm) OR get a three-game hospitality pass at only RM4,000. All packages come with complimentary food and beverages (excluding alcohol). For further details on the hospitality suites please contact sportsfixcup@totalsportsasia.com

It is the first football action at the National Stadium after it was heavily renovated for the recent 29th SEA Games.   

“The facilities, including the Hospitality Suites, are newly renovated and the ticketing tiers offer fans different experiences within this state-of-the-art stadium,” said Marcus Luer, Group Chief Executive Officer of Total Sports Asia.

Launched last week, the Boost SportsFix Super Cup has received interest from both local and regional media. Luer added, “We expect to see fans from Indonesia, Thailand and most certainly Malaysia securing seats for all events, so get your tickets early.”

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