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Jan. 27, 19 | 1:12 pm

Sheikh Nahyan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, chairman of the Abu Dhabi Sports Council has announced on Instagram that the council will be giving ‘free’ entrance tickets for fans of the UAE national team to watch the semi-final match of the AFC Asian Cup 2019.

UAE will be up against Qatar this Tuesday, January 29, 2019 at the Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.

The council said that they have bought all unsold tickets for the match and that the distribution is today, Sunday until 10:00 pm.

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. #نهيان_بن_زايد‬⁩: نهنئ القيادة الرشيدة وشعب ⁧‫#الإمارات‬⁩ بفوز منتخبنا الوطني وتأهله لنصف نهائي ⁧‫#كأس_آسيا2019‬⁩ ‏لقد أثبت رجال ⁧‫#الأبيض‬⁩ أنهم نجوم فوق العادة بعزيمتهم وإرادتهم الشجاعة من أجل إعلاء راية الوطن وهو الهدف الأسمى.. نتمنى لهم التوفيق والنجاح في مشوارهم القادم.. … بتوجيهات ⁧‫#نهيان_بن_زايد‬⁩ ‏⁧‫#مجلس_أبوظبي_الرياضي‬⁩ يعلن شراء جميع التذاكر المتبقية لمباراة منتخبنا القادمة في نصف النهائي ويهديها لجمهور ⁧‫#الإمارات‬⁩ الوفي. ‏توزيع التذاكر بمقر المجلس بدءاً من يوم الأحد الموافق 27 يناير من الساعة 10 صباحاً وحتى الساعة 10 مساءً

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The announcement however, did not mention if the free tickets are available for both Emiratis and expats, as per Khaleej Times.

The chairman of the Abu Dhabi Sports Council then furthered to wish for more success for the UAE’s national team as he lauded their determination and courage to raise the UAE flag high through their impressive teamwork and clever plays.

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