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Brazil v Italy Friendly at The Emirates, 10/02/09

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Arsenal Football Club is delighted to announce that Emirates Stadium will host an International Friendly match between Brazil and Italy on Tuesday 10th February 2009.The match will kick off at 7.45pm and the Club is pleased to announce that Arsenal members will receive the exclusive first rights on purchasing tickets for this high profile fixture.The match will give football fans in the UK the chance to see two of the world’s greatest national teams go head-to-head. The contest promises to be an exhilarating encounter, with current World Cup holders Italy going up against Brazil, who are the most successful team in World Cup history.Brazil and Italy have been dominant in the history of world football and boast an incredible tally of 13 World Cup Final appearances and nine World Cup victories between them.Brazil have made seven World Cup Final appearances in their history, winning five, with Italy winning four of their six World Cup Final appearances, including their victory in the last tournament in Germany in 2006.In fact, of the 18 World Cup tournaments staged since the inaugural competition in 1930, nine have included either Brazil or Italy in the Final, with both the 1970 and 1994 World Cup Finals being contested between the teams, Brazil winning on both occasions.Some of the world’s best footballers will be in action at Emirates Stadium for this match. The Brazil national team currently features players such as Ronaldinho, Kaka, Lucio, Robinho and ex-Arsenal player Gilberto, with Italy boasting talent such as Luca Toni, Andrea Pirlo, Gennaro Gattuso and Fabio Cannavaro.This match will be the fourth time that the Brazil national team has played at Emirates Stadium. The Brazil v Italy match follows the successful staging of Brazil v Argentina in September 2006, Brazil v Portugal in February 2007 and Brazil v Sweden in March 2008.Arsenal Chairman Peter Hill-Wood said: “Everyone at Arsenal Football Club is delighted and honoured to be hosting this international match between two of the world’s greatest national teams.“Brazil and Italy both have proud and very successful football histories and we are looking forward to welcoming the teams and many Brazilian and Italian supporters to Emirates Stadium in February.“Some of the world’s finest footballers will be on display and we are all very excited at what is sure to be a thrilling contest.”
Friendly: Brazil v Italy - Ticket InformationBrazil v ItalyInternational Friendly MatchEmirates StadiumTuesday, February 10, 2009. Kick-off: 7.45pmArsenal Football Club is delighted to announce ticket details for the forthcoming match between Brazil and Italy, to be played at Emirates Stadium on Tuesday 10th February 2009 Kick-off 19:45pm.Before tickets for this exciting match go on General Sale, the Club is delighted to offer Arsenal Members the first opportunity to purchase tickets.Tickets will be available as follows:Platinum (Club Level) and Gold (GA Season Ticket)Tickets will be available from 11am on Monday 17th November 2008 to purchase your own seat. (booking fees apply). Sales will stop at 4pm on Monday 24th November 2008.Silver MembersTickets will be available from 10:30am on Tuesday 25th November 2008 (booking fees apply)Red MembersTickets will be available from 10:30am on Wednesday 26th November 2008. (booking fees apply)General Sale (Non-Arsenal Members)Tickets will go on General sale on Thursday 4th December @ 10:30am (subject to availability. Booking fees apply)Ticket PricesCentre Upper - £55Centre Upper Back - £45Next to Centre Upper - £45Next to Centre Upper Back - £40Wing Upper - £40Wing Upper Back - £40Corner Upper - £40Goal Upper - £40Goal Upper Back - £40Centre Lower - £40Wing Lower - £35Corner Lower - £35Goal Lower - £35 - Junior gunners £17 Cannon/OAP £20 Members only.Club Level Halfway Line - £75Club Level Midfield - £65Club Level Behind Goal - £60Club Level Corner - £60Ticket prices for our disabled season ticket holders are 50% of the above advertised price.

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How the f*ck can tickets for a friendly cost that much, I know its Brazil Italy but cmonfootball is a joke these days
Its coz idiots will still happily go along and pay the big prices so don't expect the prices to come down anytime soon

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