Iran fans get free entry for World Cup qualifier against China

Iran fans get free entry for World Cup qualifier against China ... 26/03/2017 Sports

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Posted by Mir Farhad Ali Khan on Saturday March 25
Al Bawaba – TEHRAN, Iran’s football federation FFI has made Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier against China free for spectators, ISNA news agency reported in Tehran on Saturday.
The federation is hoping for a sell-out crowd in Tehran’s Azadi Stadium, which has an official capacity of 78,116, to boost the national team’s chances of reaching the 2018 finals in Russia.
Iran head Group A in the Asian qualifiers and will play three of their last four games in the qualifiers at home. The top two teams in the group will qualify for Russia.
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