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The Vietnam-Australia football match will be played in Hanoi without spectators

The Vietnam-Australia football match will be played in Hanoi without spectators

Football fans will not be able to enter the pitch, despite being fully vaccinated, to watch the match between Vietnam and Australia in the final qualifying round for the 2022 World Cup in Asia.

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Photo: VNA / CVN

Football fans will not be able to enter the pitch, despite being fully vaccinated, to watch the match between Vietnam and Australia in the final qualifying round for the 2022 World Cup in Asia.

According to the Vietnam Football Association (FFV), the match between the two teams will not be open to the public at My Tin Stadium on September 7.

FêV General Secretary Lê Hoài Anh explained that with the current complex evolution of COVID-19, the safety factor should become a priority.

Previously, FFV offered tickets ranging from 10% to 30% of the capacity of My Tin Stadium. Visitors must have a negative test certificate for Covit-19 and the Covit-19 vaccine in two doses.

The Vietnamese national team meets in Hanoi on August 5 to prepare for the final round of qualifying for the World Cup in Asia. “Closed bubble”.

Football players can only go from the residence to the training ground and vice versa, contact staff approved by the FFV for tasks related to team activities.

Head coach Park Hong-seo has invited 31 players this time, three weeks before they are due to leave for Saudi Arabia on August 26.

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The national team will face Saudi Arabia on September 2, five days later, against Australia at the My Tin Stadium in Hanoi.

According to the draw, Vietnam was in Group B of the Asian finals with Japan, Australia, Saudi Arabia, China and Oman.

VNA / CVN