The Argentine team wants the Indonesian Football Federation (PSSI) to keep their route secret during their time playing in the land of thousands of islands.
According to a source from Okezone, the Argentine team recently sent PSSI a rather special request before they moved to Indonesia for a friendly match.
Specifically, Messi and his teammates wanted PSSI to keep their location and schedule in Indonesia secret.
Talking about this, PSSI President Erick Thohir said that the request of the South American team is to ensure security against the passion of football fans from thousands of islands.
In addition, the Argentine side said that their players only participated in the match against Indonesia at Gelora Bung Karno and left. Other than that, they don’t participate in any other events.
“Unfortunately, there will be no side events related to the Argentina team, please understand.
The information about the landing time, flight time, hotel location of the Argentina team will also be kept confidential,” PSSI President told the media on May 31.
Recently, PSSI has announced 4 ticket prices for the friendly match with Argentina.
Accordingly, the lowest level is 600,000 rupiah (nearly 1 million dong), 1,200,000 rupiah (nearly 1.9 million dong), 2,500,000 rupiah (nearly 4 million dong) and 4,250,000 rupiah (6.6 million dong). ).
Tickets for this match will be on sale from June 5-7.
Previously, some sources revealed that Indonesia had to show up to 16 million USD (about 376 billion VND) to invite the Argentina team to a friendly match.
However, the football officials of the land of ten thousand islands insist that this amount is normal and they can afford to pay.