Spurs in Hong Kong

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Glad to say I'm back from holiday in time for th tournament this year, can't wait! Spurs in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan - plans to come over?
 

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Glad to say I'm back from holiday in time for th tournament this year, can't wait! Spurs in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan - plans to come over?
You mean their tour includes these countries? I'm Singaporean so definitely don't mind a trip home for the game but very much looking forward to the Hong Kong games since I'm in Macau.
 
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Batigol, I think GDG is just encouraging the Spurs supporters groups in those countries mentioned to come over to Hong Kong, as it's relatively nearby.

As far as we know so far, just Hong Kong has been mentioned with regards Asian pre-season games.
 

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was looking at flights. 300 squid return. would like it a bit cheaper. air asia doesn't fly from seoul :(
 
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No worries, didn't take offence or 'owt (y)

Back on topic, here's a vid from the last time Spurs came to Hong Kong (watch for 35 seconds in and also a blinding first goal by the local team.)

 

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hi all- I'm in Zhong Shan China and hope to be over for the weekend game. Anyone who can give me anymore info please do COYS
edit just went onto the hk fan site. it looks good for a trip over.
 
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Anyone who can give me anymore info please do COYS
edit just went onto the hk fan site. it looks good for a trip over.
Hi there mate,

Not much more info to give than just repeating the previous at this stage:

Based on the last time HK hosted this tournament (2011), here's a bit of info that is partially based in fact, and partially in assumption.

First off, here's a rough prediction of the fixtures (Edit: I think I read somewhere that Wednesday's games are now confirmed as below). Those schedules are definitely not concrete, just based on looking at the equivalent from two years ago.

Wednesday 24 July
6pm KO: Spurs vs Sunderland
8:30pm KO: Man City vs South China AA

Saturday 27 July
6pm KO: South China AA vs Sunderland
8:30pm KO: Spurs vs Man City

(Obviously Saturday's games are based on the assumption both we and Shitty win our games on Wednesday).

Now, some info regarding tickets -- this is what happened last time round:

Ticket prices for each match day in Hong Kong dollars (with all British prices an approximation) were: $130 (£10), $210 (£16.50), $270 (£21), $330 (£26), $460 (£36).
Ticket sales started from 1 June 2011 at Hong Kong Football Association and online at http://www.cityline.com.

More than two thirds of the 80,000 tickets available were purchased by Hong Kong football fans after just five days.

Man Utd will also be playing in Hong Kong just two days after the final fixtures of the tournament on July 29, they will be playing a friendly fixture against a local Hong Kong Premier League team.

There is no further information yet on tickets, but I will post here when/if I hear anything. Feel free to go along to the TottenhamHK forums if you want to ask the wider community there anything.
 

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Hi there mate,

Not much more info to give than just repeating the previous at this stage:

Based on the last time HK hosted this tournament (2011), here's a bit of info that is partially based in fact, and partially in assumption.

First off, here's a rough prediction of the fixtures (Edit: I think I read somewhere that Wednesday's games are now confirmed as below). Those schedules are definitely not concrete, just based on looking at the equivalent from two years ago.

Wednesday 24 July
6pm KO: Spurs vs Sunderland
8:30pm KO: Man City vs South China AA

Saturday 27 July
6pm KO: South China AA vs Sunderland
8:30pm KO: Spurs vs Man City

(Obviously Saturday's games are based on the assumption both we and Shitty win our games on Wednesday).

Now, some info regarding tickets -- this is what happened last time round:

Ticket prices for each match day in Hong Kong dollars (with all British prices an approximation) were: $130 (£10), $210 (£16.50), $270 (£21), $330 (£26), $460 (£36).
Ticket sales started from 1 June 2011 at Hong Kong Football Association and online at http://www.cityline.com.

More than two thirds of the 80,000 tickets available were purchased by Hong Kong football fans after just five days.

Man Utd will also be playing in Hong Kong just two days after the final fixtures of the tournament on July 29, they will be playing a friendly fixture against a local Hong Kong Premier League team.

There is no further information yet on tickets, but I will post here when/if I hear anything. Feel free to go along to the TottenhamHK forums if you want to ask the wider community there anything.

Thanks for the reply
I hope to get over if time permits.
 
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UPDATE:
Saturday pre-sale tickets have now sold out.

Wednesday pre-sale is still available.

General public sale tickets begin from 9:00/10:00am tomorrow at cityline.com

If you missed out on the Saturday pre-sale, then tomorrow you can try and get tickets for these blocks on Saturday: North Stand either blocks 136 or 101 that's basically in our block too, we have block 137-139.

You can see from the map below, that they're pretty close.

http://www.gotickets.com/cached/_images/maintainwidth/521x500/3289d6466a2cd8483042263f956c9f7d/hong_kong_stadium-8353.jpg
 
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