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Brazil's Confederations Cup Brings Attention To Stadiums, Ticketing
Published June 14, 2013
Meanwhile, FIFA General Secretary Jerome Valcke on Thursday said that almost 250,000 tickets "have not been collected with only two days until the tournament starts." Valcke said that this "raised concerns ahead of next year's World Cup because Brazilian supporters, who have complained about the system, are used to turning up on match day to buy tickets" (REUTERS, 6/13).