Enjoy a Unique Experience and Support Italy at the Allianz Stadium
This is your chance to enjoy the UEFA EURO 2020 Qualifier match Italy-Bosnia–Herzegovina that will take place at 8.45pm on June 11, 2019. The Italian Football Federation (FIGC), in collaboration with Fondazione Piemontese per la Ricerca sul Cancro, is putting VIP passes up for grabs for what promises to be a truly unique experience.
You will also have the chance to take a tour of the Allianz Stadium complete with access to the Media Area, the Media Working Area and the Mixed Zone. You will also have the opportunity to enter the dressing rooms a few hours before the match and walk along the tunnel out onto the pitch.
Once you have made a stop at the “Casa Azzurri” hospitality area you will enjoy the game from the Juventus "Tribuna d'Onore" in stand T100.
Meeting time at the stadium is 5pm on Tuesday June 11, 2019 (time to be confirmed and will be stated in matchday programme that will be sent to the auction winner). First you will go on the stadium tour followed by the match. If you buy a package you will receive 1 ticket for the experience.
The ticket is nominal. Once payment has been completed the auction winner must send the name, surname, cellphone number, date and place of birth of the participant to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3pm on June 7 at the latest, otherwise access to the experience cannot be guaranteed.
The auction winner will receive a detailed program supplied by FIGC containing all necessary information.
If you are late you will not be able to take the stadium tour. Tickets for the match only (excluding tour) can be picked up at the box office.
The Fondazione Piemontese per la Ricerca sul Cancro (Piedmont Foundation for Cancer Research) was created to offer a significant contribution to the fight against cancer with the creation of an oncology center, the Institute of Candiolo, able to combine scientific research with clinical practice and provide patients with the best human resources and technology available today.
Besides being directly active in innovative research, the Foundation even organizes various fundraising initiatives and events to raise money for their research.
The Candiolo Institute is the only Italian research and treatment center created exclusively through support from over 300,000 private donors who, thanks to their generosity, have made it an exceptional international research center.