Mumbai, Aug 28 (IANS) The All India Football Federation (AIFF) on Sunday announced the opening of online and outlet ticket sales for the international friendly match against Puerto Rico slated for September 3 in Mumbai.

Tickets for the match are priced at Rs 200 and fans can purchase them online through www.bookmyshow.com which is currently live. Fans can also buy them at the Venue Box Office Counter at the Andheri Sports Complex here from Thursday.

This is the first time a Team from CONCACAF region will be playing an International Friendly in India.

AIFF General Secretary Kushal Das stated: “Mumbai is an important destination for Indian football but it has been long that international football was played here. Hence, it was important to bring back International Football back in the heart of the City.”

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