With 504 of the world’s best young players set to grace the FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019, the tournament presents a stunning opportunity to see stars of the future.
While fans will be flocking to the stadiums across Poland between 23 May and 15 June, there is also the chance for scouts to take advantage of the abundance of talent on show.
Those representing a FIFA Member Associations or affiliated club are eligible for tickets to take in the action on offer, with each able to register up to two representatives for the tournament. Tickets are provided on a first-come, first-served basis and available to registered individuals up to 48 hours prior to kick-off of each match.
Interested parties looking to be included in the scout ticketing programme should contact [email protected] with a formal request on official club or association letterheaded stationary included in the form of a scanned letter.
Approved candidates will then be given access to register with the programme. Individuals not representing a member association or affiliated club are unfortunately not eligible for tickets. Tickets are still available for purchase here.
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