Romania’s national football team will play the first match at home, counting for the Euro 2020 qualifying group F, against the Faroe Islands. The match will take place on March 26, in Cluj-Napoca, on the ‘Dr. Constantin Rădulescu’ Stadium, at 21:45h, three days after the first match away against Sweden. The Romanian Football Federation announced on Tuesday that the tickets for the match against Faroe Islands are available online as of today.
The ticket prices for Romania vs. Faroe Islands:
Stands 1: RON 25, Tribune 1: RON 50, Tribune 2: RON 60, VIP: RON 250.
Tickets are available online as of Tuesday, February 26, only on bilete.frf.ro and bilete.ro.
Every person can buy up to 4 tickets, and they will be nominated (the name, date and place of birth will be printed on all). If the holder changes, the tickets will be changed (marked with the new name) at the stadium’s cash desk on the day of the match between 12:00h and 20:15h.
As of March 19, tickets will be offered for sale at the stadium’s cash desk.
According to the draw of the European 2020 Championship qualifiers, the Romanian team will play against Spain, Sweden, Norway, Faroe Islands and Malta. Romania will begin the qualifications in March 2019 in Sweden and will finish in November, in Spain.
The first two teams in the group qualify to Euro 2020.
Group F schedule:
March 23, 2019: Malta vs. Faroe, Sweden vs. Romania (19:00), Spain vs. Norway (21:45)
March 26, 2019: Malta vs. Spain, Norway vs. Sweden, Romania vs. Faroe (21:45)
June 7, 2019: Faroe Islands vs. Spain, Norway vs. Romania, Sweden vs. Malta (21:45)
June 10, 2019: Faroe Islands vs. Norway, Malta vs. Romania, Spain vs. Sweden (21:45)
September 5, 2019: Faroe vs. Sweden, Norway vs. Malta, Romania vs. Spain (21:45)
September 8, 2019: Spain vs. Faroe (16:00), Romania vs. Malta (19:00), Sweden vs. Norway (21:45)
October 12, 2019: Faroe vs. Romania (19:00), Malta vs. Sweden, Norway vs. Spain (21:45)
October 15, 2019: Faroe vs. Malta, Romania vs. Norway, Sweden vs. Spain (21:45)
November 18, 2019: Norway vs. Faroe, Romania vs. Sweden, Spain vs. Malta (21:45)
November 18, 2019: Malta vs. Norway, Spain vs. Romania, Sweden vs. Faroe (21:45)