FIGC joins forces with ticketing company

The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has signed a multi-year agreement with Italian ticketing company Vivaticket.

The deal names Vivaticket as the exclusive seller of tickets for Italian national team matches. Vivaticket will also strive to improve the fan experience for supporters by providing a more dedicated service and exclusive perks.

From August 19, fans will be able to purchase tickets online via figc.vivaticket.it or through the vivaticket.it website. Vivaticket also has 1,300 points of sale distributed throughout Italy for supporters who prefer to purchase physical tickets.

Vivaticket will guarantee a “contained” pricing policy for fans, which the FIGC says will give anyone the chance to watch the national team.

Italy’s Uefa Euro 2020 qualifiers in Armenia on September 5 and Finland on September 8 will be the first matches for which tickets will be sold via Vivaticket.

Vivaticket is based in Bologna and counts the likes of Barcelona, Inter Milan, AC Milan and AS Roma among its portfolio of partners.

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