City Beat: Sweden vs. Germany Open Practice and Game


2010-11-12. Published in What's Going On?
by Gina


Next week Sweden and Germany's national teams are playing each other in football, right here in Gothenburg! It's a training match so the result doesn't mean the doom of either team, but it should still be a good game. If you ever opened a newspaper or looked at a TV in Sweden earlier this fall, you know about all the fuss surrounding Zlatan Ibrahimovic lately, and that he is considered the best Swedish football player of his time. Maybe you are interested in seeing him in action next week.

The game is this Wednesday, November 17 at 20.30. To buy tickets, use Ticnet or call 077-170 70 70 or 031-81 10 20. Ticket prices range from 200-500sek. See more details about it on svenskafotboll.se. For you Germany fans who want to sit on Germany's side, use Deutscher Fussball-Bund, dfb.de, but I'm sure you already knew that.

If you can't make it to the game, the public has a chance to watch the Swedish team practice the day before the match. That's Tuesday, November 16. It's open to the public; the entrance is in sections L and M of Ullevi. To clarify which Ullevi, it's Nya Ullevi, that is the one that was built in the 1950's. Got that? Sections L and M are on the side by Ullevigatan and Ullevi Norra tram stop.

/Gina, Misi.se team 2010

The Practice


When: Tues., Nov 16, 16.30-18.00


Where: Nya Ullevi Sections L, M (map)


Cost: Free


The Game

When: Wed., Nov 17, 20.30

Where: Nya Ullevi