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MOSCOW, May 22 (Itar-Tass) — Russian football fans have a chance to fly to a final match of the European Football Championship for one euro. The presentation of the corporative hospitality program was held at a press conference of the Union of European Football Association (UEFA) and its official representative in Russia that is the agency IMG in Moscow on Tuesday.
The corporative hospitality program envisages an opportunity to attend the Euro-2012 final match and come back to Moscow after the honours of the winning team just in a few hours, UEFA commercial manager for the CIS states Thibaut Potdevin said.
The Euro program allows each guest to take the best seats on the stadium and in the hotels, the manager said. Potdevin added that the UEFA program Euro-2012 is in a high demand in Russia. For instance, most ticket packages for the matches of the Russian national team in Wroclaw and Warsaw are already sold out, just few tickets are left, but there are still exclusive packages for the final match.
Potdevin told Itar-Tass that he pledges there will be no difficulties for the participants in the program to get visas and also noted its commercial attractiveness. The fans can concentrate on the game fully and get satisfaction from football. Meanwhile, corporative clients have a chance to have successful talks with their business partners and clients, Potdevin said.
A record number of 12,149,425 tickets are issued for the Euro-2012 matches that is 17% higher than for the 2008 European Football Championship in Austria and Switzerland. The most expensive tickets cost 250 euros for an opening match of the championship and the cheapest tickets – 45 euros. For group stage matches the ticket prices ranges between 30 and 120 euros and for the final match from 50 to 600 euros.