FC Porto announce partnership with ticket marketplace viagogo

FC Porto announce a new partnership with viagogo to become the Portuguese club’s official international ticketing partner

FC Porto have announced a new partnership with viagogo to become the Portuguese club’s official international ticketing partner.

Porto, who are currently second in the Portuguese top flight and two points behind early pace-setters Sporting Lisbon after 12 games played, host Olhanense in their next home game on 20 December.

The ticket marketplace will work with the club to drive international ticket sales and facilitate easy collection at the stadium box office.

The new service, which launches immediately, will provide a secure and multilingual platform for fans from Portugal and abroad to safely buy and sell tickets online.

viagogo spokesperson Steve Roest said: “Following our success with more than 30 football clubs across Europe, we are proud to sign our first deal in Portugal with FC Porto.

“This is an important landmark for viagogo and we’re looking forward to working closely with the club to offer the best possible service for its fans.”

All tickets will be protected by viagogo’s guarantee, meaning buyers will get a valid ticket in time for the event.

viagogo offers its service in 50 countries, making it easier for international fans to buy tickets for home games at the Estádio do Dragão.

Click here to buy tickets to FC Porto’s home games on viagogo

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