May 16, 2022

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Peru-New Zealand: The friendly match in Barcelona promises to be a party

Peru-New Zealand: The friendly match in Barcelona promises to be a party

Peruvian fans living in Italy, Germany and France will be flocking to the RCDE Stadium

Fabrizio Torres, Peru’s deputy ambassador to Barcelona, ​​has promised that the friendly match between the Peruvian team and New Zealand’s opponent in Spain will be very entertaining, adding that he is in high demand for tickets. I can compare, playing on June 5 (10:30 am in Peru), Qatar preparing to face the Intercontinental playoffs for the 2022 World Cup.

Fabrizio Torres highlighted the number of Peruvian fans attending the RCDE Stadium owned by the Espanyol Club, as tickets for the match will be sold out. He added that national residents from other Spanish cities besides Germany, France and Italy will attend the sporting event.

“There is a lot of excitement in the community, I think the tickets are already sold out, and they coordinated that some of the tickets reserved for New Zealand will be open to the community. There are. He said on Radio Ovasian that ‘Negrini lo sabe’.

He added: “If members of the community from other parts of the world need any safe conduct or documents, we are prepared to receive them from the consulate.”

Peruvian diplomatic authority has asked Peruvian fans to remain orderly and calm before, during and after the match between Blanc Roja and New Zealand.

“It will be a feast for the bigots and I urge the fans to maintain order. We must enjoy and maintain the good image that the well-earned community in Barcelona has.” Promised.

Peruvian tour

The Peruvian team will travel to Barcelona on Saturday, May 28, as part of its preparations ahead of the playoffs.

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The friendly against New Zealand will take place on Sunday, June 5 (10:30 am in Peru) at the RCDE Grounds and on Friday the 10th they will travel to Doha and play the Asian representative in the playoffs on Monday the 13th. Place in Group D of the World Cup with France, Denmark and Tunisia.

Peru and New Zealand meet again after four years. In November 2017, Bicolor regained the 0-0 draw at sea and thanks to goals from Jefferson Furfan and Christian Ramos for returning to the World Cups after 36 years.

It should be noted that Peru will face the winner of the United Arab Emirates against Australia on June 13, while New Zealand will face Qatar on June 14 as part of the 2022 playoffs against Costa Rica.