Iceland football tickets for the 2018 World Cup in Russia are now on sale with Football Ticket Pad. Iceland burst onto the scene at Euro 2016 knocking out England to reach the Quarter-Finals. This summer they will embark on their first ever World Cup campaign and Football Ticket Pad customers can be there to watch Iceland create more history in Russia.
World Cup football tickets will be in high demand and the World Cup offers the ultimate chance to embrace football cultures from all over the world as the biggest tournament in international football comes to Russia! Iceland have some familiar names who will be key in their quest to progress from the Group stage. Gylfi Sigurdsson is the main threat and he will be looking to lead the Icelanders into a new chapter in their history.
Buy a World Cup ticket today to watch the golden era of Icelandic football as they take on some of the biggest names in world football and look to defy the odds once more after an impressive World Cup Qualifying campaign. With Russia 2018 fast approaching, book your Iceland tickets now to secure a seat at the heart of the action.
Football Ticket Pad will have Iceland tickets for every group match at the World Cup in Russia. We will also have a great selection of VIP & Hospitality tickets should Iceland progress to the later stages of the tournament. Football Ticket Pad will have 2018 World Cup tickets for every match. Take your pick from 64 mouthwatering matches as 32 countries compete for the biggest honour in world football.
Buying Iceland World Cup tickets with Football Ticket Pad is safe, simple and secure.We are the only online ticket retailer with a 5 star Trust pilot review because we offer reliable support from when you book your tickets through to going to the game on matchday. In addition to standard matchday tickets, Football Ticket Pad also offers VIP hospitality Iceland tickets for all their matches in Russia.
Listed below are all of Iceland's fixtures in Russia with the starting ticket price for each game. Click ‘buy’ to see all ticket options available for each fixture. Get planning your trip today and embrace the culture and unique atmosphere that comes with buying World Cup football tickets. All eyes will be on the action and fans can be lucky enough to be in Russia with their very own football tickets.
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Iceland are the smallest nation to arrive at France Euro 2016. They have a population of just 330,000 people and only 20,000 registered footballers in the country!
Despite this Iceland came second in their group and made their qualification look effortless.
The key to their qualification was undoubtedly two wins over a meek looking Holland side who were pre draw favourites to finish top of the group.
Gylfi Sigurdsson scored both
goals in the 2-0 home win and bagged again in the vital 1-0 triumph in Amsterdam.
Other crucial wins came against the Czech Reublic, a 2-1 home victory; and a 3-0 thumping of Turkey to ensure they stayed above the 3rd place finishers. Iceland have quietly impressed and all the attending France 2016 with Iceland tickets will be expecting more of the same.
Gylfi Sigurdsson has impressed in the Premier League for a number or years now for both Tottenham and Swansea. He will be Iceland's key man coming into the Euros. He has exactly what it takes to propel them into the latter stages. His experience will be critical and his ability to both score and assist will be pivotal in determining how far Iceland go. Fans will be attending in their droves with Iceland Euro 2016 tickets. How long will they stay?! This boils down largely to Sigurdsson and how well he can assert himself and contribute to Iceland's attacking play.
No one quite has the pedigree of Eidur Gudjohnsen who is by far and away the most known star /sportsman in his country. The Reykjavik born player has represented two club giants in Chelsea and Barcelona. To his name are prestigious accolades such as; Champions League winner, La Liga champion and Premier League champion. He'll be doing his utmost to add Europe's top prize to that collection.
If thrown into the fray and presented with a goal scoring opportunity you wouldn't bet against Gudjohnsen putting it away. Just one goal for fans travelling so far with Iceland tickets would put them in ecstasy. If he can take Iceland to the latter stages he would increase his popularity back home even further.
One to watch
Aron Gunnarsson will lead his country out with pride at Euro 2016 in France. He is the team's captain ever since donning the armband at just 23.
It was under his captaincy that Iceland qualified for the Euros for the first time in their history. He has the chance to put his name in Icelandic folklore if he can engineer some shock wins for Iceland. It's a long shot for Iceland to win but that's the beauty of football, who would have thought Greece would be triumphant in 2004. Nothing can be ruled out!
Besides Icelandic's, not many -people are likely to have heard of Jon Bodvarsson.
It's alot to ask of a youngster to produce something special on the big occasion with the world's eyes watching but every so often a talented youngster comes with no fear and is the game changer. Bodvarsson could well be this guy, he's shown glimmers of what he's about for his club Viking FK and if he can replicate this and take the next step up at Euro 2016, Iceland will have a real player on their hands.
Iceland take their bow in the a European football tournament. They couldn't face much harder opposition in Portugal and will have to contend with the electric pace and trickery of both Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani! Iceland have a star themselves though in Sigurdsson so they'll be quietly confident in getting a result despite it being their debut appearance in the Euro's. You can attend each and every game with Portugal v Iceland tickets through Football Ticket Pad. Below is a link you can purchase from.
After qualifying for the Euros for the first time this will be a game Iceland will be confident of winning. Blessed with a fairly straight forward group in most people's eyes, Iceland have a great chance of qualifying for the knockout stages! Can Eidur Gudjohnsson or Glyfi Sigurdsson, Iceland's two most renowed players, get on the score sheet here!? Get amongst it all with Iceland v Hungary tickets from Football Ticket Pad!
The final group game sees Iceland take on Austria, could this one be decisive for either of the two teams?! Expect the Stade De France to be packed to the rafters for this one! With the potential of it being a group decider tickets will be in high demand so don't wait until shortly before to purchase your Iceland v Austria tickets. Whether you're a tourist visiting Paris at this time or a die hard supporter we have tickets to cater for all. Please see below the wealth of options we have;
Nigeria v Iceland
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Iceland v Croatia
2018 FIFA World Cup
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