As Muamer Lutvic from Centrotrans confirmed, there are only few more tickets left, which are most likely going to be sold in the next hour.
“The interest of fans is enormous. We received a total of 5,500 tickets, and almost all of the tickets are sold out. Additional tickets will not be sold through Centrotrans, so only the Football Federation of B&H will decide on the distribution of the rest of the tickets,” said Lutvic.
He added that Centrotrans also received 5,500 tickets for the match against Wales, but then the tickets were sold in 10 days, since the interest of the fans was not nearly as it is today.
The first play-off match between B&H and Ireland will be played on 13th of November in Zenica, and rematch will be played 3 days later in Dublin.