Poland will take on Nigeria at Stadion Wrocław on March 23rd as part of their preparations for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia. Ticket details for the match have just been announced.
Poland were top seeds in the recent World Cup draw, which pitted them against Columbia, Senegal and Japan. The match against Nigeria therefore appears to have been chosen as preparation for the encounter with Senegal.
Ticket prices for the match have just been set, with the cheapest seats priced at 90zl (for the lower areas behind the goals). Seats in the upper tiers at either end of the ground cost 120zł, while seats in the two grandstands are 160zł each.
Tickets will first go sale to PZPN card owners on February 20th. Six days later remaining tickets will then go on public sale. The only place to purchase the tickets is the Polish Football Association's new ticket portal, which does not appear to be up and running at the time of writing.
Despite tickets costing around 4 times more than an Ekstraklasa game, the match is expected to easily sell out.