Coupe de France: Nantes will sell its final places for the final this Wednesday

Nantes will sell its final places for the final of the Coupe de France this Wednesday. 2,000 tickets are still available for purchase for Canary fans.

22 years later, it’s time. Absent from the final of the Coupe de France since its title in 2000, Nantes will return to the Stade de France on 7 May. As opposed to Nice, the Canaries would need all their supporters to try to win a third title in the competition. The Loire-Atlantic club will sell the final places allotted by its supporters for the long-awaited final this Wednesday morning. Availability to the general public was confirmed on the FCNA website this Tuesday.

“All together, meet at the Stade de France! After the dedicated sale to customers 21-22, then to members of the ‘FC Nantes +’ program, to be able to offer the FC Nantes ‘General Public’ sale Pleased , as the amount of places available (limited) at the end of the priority sale indicates President Kita’s Club in the press release. From 10 a.m. on Wednesday, April 20, meet exclusively at the online ticket office of FC Nantes . “

There are 2,000 places left in total

Deprived of the Cup title for 22 years, Nantes intends to end its terrible shortfall against Eglon on the Dionysian lawn. The Canaries faced huge demand, with a contingent of 19,724 tickets allotted by the French Football Federation for this Coupe de France final against Nice.

After giving priority to customers and members of “FC Nantes +”, the current tenth in Ligue 1 has a limited volume for the general public.

In addition to the initially planned 1,000 venues, the club has also secured an additional quota of 1,000 tickets, bringing total sales this Wednesday to 2,000. Given the excitement of the first leg of tickets for the finals, these last moles could disappear in no time.

The FFF will also soon open its ticket office for the Coupe de France final between Nantes and Nice. An appointment that Nantes supporters clearly do not want to miss after waiting 22 years.

JGL with David Felipeau

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