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News Roundup: Cabore's Departure, Nabisco Tickets, Kyot

I'm a little busy so I've fallen behind on postings, here's the latest from Tokyo:
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-Cabore has officially signed with Qatar club Al Arabi, with a reported transfer fee of 500 million yen (roughly $5.5 million at the current exchange rate).  The club has offered a formal apology to fans for not being able to set up a proper farewell from the star forward, and he expressed his heartfelt thanks to the fans and support for the club in a message published on the team website.

-Nabisco Cup tickets went on sale on Saturday morning at 10AM and were completely sold out less than an hour later.  The stage is set for a packed house at Kokuritsu on November 3rd

-Tokyo lost 1-2 to Kyoto.  In addition Hirayama recieved his 4th yellow, meaning he will be out for the Gamba match.  Let's move on until I have time to compose all of my thoughts.

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NABISCO CUP FINAL – TICKET INFO

(this post will be stickied until the Cup Final or tickets sell out, whichever comes first.  Scroll down for the latest news!)

Want to support FC Tokyo in the Nabisco Cup Final?  Here's how to get a ticket to what is sure to be one of the fiercest Cup finals in recent memory:

First, mark your calendars:

2009 J.League Yamazaki Nabisco Cup Final

FC Tokyo vs. Kawasaki Frontale

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009 (it's a national holiday)

Tokyo National Stadium (Kokuritsu)

2:05PM Kickoff

Want to be there yourself?  Here's the ticket info:

NOTE FOR ALL TICKET PURCHASES – FC TOKYO WILL BE ON THE 'HOME' SIDE OF THE STADIUM, SO DON'T FORGET TO SELECT 'HOME' FOR ANY TICKETS WHEN GIVEN THE OPTION.

SOCIO Season Ticket Holders

The club is mailing out information to season ticket holders on September 7th, 2009.  Fans can apply for their tickets between September 8th, 2009 at 10AM and September 23rd at 9PM.

-Fans who do not receive this information by September 11th, 2009 are encouraged to call the club at 03-3635-8985.

-Due to the difference in seating arrangements between Kokuritsu and Ajinomoto, the club has listed the seating conversions on this page.  I would hazard a guess that they are the same as a regular season match at Kokuritsu would be.

-At this time I have no clue what the pricing will be or if SOCIO members will get the “Original Design Ticket” (see below).

J.League Yamazaki Nabisco Cup Original Design Ticket

Attendees of the semifinal matches on both sides received special 'Nabisco Cup Calendars' that include a special URL through which 'original design tickets' can be purchased through Ticket Pia.

You can get to that URL here.  The site does not open until tickets go on sale on Wednesday, September 9th 2009 12:00PM.

Notes:

-These tickets will only be available until September 30th or when their allotment has sold out, whichever comes first.  Some sections may sell out quicker than others.

-Payment may be made by credit card, conbini payment, Pay-easy, or internet banking.

-On the first day of sales (Sept 9th), tickets are limited to 4 tickets per person.

General Sales

General ticket sales begin on September 12th at 10AM.

-Tickets will be available through all places tickets are usually sold: conbinis (am/pm, Family Mart, Sunkus, Circle-K, 7-11, Lawsons), Ticket Pia shops, online ticket vendors, phone reservations, yadda yadda.

Ticket Pia Code (P-CODE): 814-716

-Lawson Ticket Code (L-CODE): 31227

-Prices: Free Seating 2000y, SB Zone (back stand) 3000y, SA Zone (back stand) 4000y, Family Pack (back stand) 4000y, S Zone (main stand) 4500y, SS zone (main stand) 6000y, Celebrate Seat (main stand) 8000y.

BECAUSE THIS MATCH WILL FEATURE TWO KANTO TEAMS WITH STRONG SUPPORT, TICKETS WILL LIKELY SELL OUT QUICKLY.  WANT TO GO? DO NOT HESITATE!

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