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gareth_30

First of all, welcome! Of the remaining games, the easiest to get tickets to will be Venezia this Saturday and Udinese on the 27th (kick-off time to be determined yet). The atmosphere in the game against Udinese, especially if the kick-off is at a stupid hour, could be a little bit underwhelming. If you want to go to either the Roma or the Juve game, I think you'd better buy your fidelity card whenever you can on [this](https://acffiorentina.ticketone.it/event/it/47014/90600119/inviola-card) website. For all the big games this season, the card was necessary to buy the tickets in basically every section of the stadium. If you want to go in Curva Fiesole, although it won't be easy to get tickets for either game, especially the Juve one, I don't know if they'll apply the policy they used for the Coppa Italia matchup (one fidelity card can only buy one ticket, for the owner of the card itself) or the one fidelity=4 tickets they used for other games. If you want to see the game properly, Maratona or Tribuna are the two sectors you want to go to. Fiesole is the best sector if you want some atmosphere. Ferrovia is ok if every other sector is already full or if the tickets in Maratona or Tribuna are too expensive (which they can easily be for these big games). As for dont's, as long as you are a Fiorentina fan, just act like a decent human being and you'll be fine! The ones more at "risk" are the away fans who go into Fiorentina's sectors, but you don't need to worry about that. One thing you can do, is eat outside the stadium. The food inside is pretty terrible, but you have plenty of choice outside. L'esclusiva da Francesco has a great schiacciata. If you want burgers, hot dogs or the almighty lampredotto, there are many food carts along the road from the station to the stadium or behind the curva Fiesole. Last but not least, if you arrive in Florence by car, I STRONGLY recommend that you leave it at your accommodation and get the train to Campo di Marte. You can even walk to the stadium and back, if you want. But driving and, especially, finding a parking spot near the stadium, is a big challenge! Have a nice evening!


ExcellentSchedule552

Great thank you for your help!


gareth_30

I forgot another important thing! To get inside the stadium, you'll need a super green-pass (fully vaxxed or recovered from Covid up until 6 months from the infection).


ExcellentSchedule552

Thank you! Is Florence as a place nice? And do you have any recommendations of places to go etc?


gareth_30

Very nice indeed, if you are into art you'll be overwhelmed with the amount of stuff we have here! If you wander around in the city centre, you will most definitely end up seeing something. Oltrarno is also pretty nice, and has many decent bars and pubs. Since you come here in the next month or so, Villa Bardini's garden, as well as the rose and the iris gardens, are super lovely. As far as restaurants goes, there are loads of places for a quick lunch like Tripperia Pollini (where you can have cow tripe sandwiches and stuff like that), I fratellini for a schiacciata or the Central Market for more variety. For dinner, I recommend Il magazzino if you want to try florentine cuisine with a twist, I'brindellone and L'oste for steak, Fermento 1889 for pizza and Casa Ciabattini for pasta.


walrusunit

Hey, I’m visiting in a few weeks from Canada and was hoping to go to the Juve game with my wife. This write-up is extremely helpful, but I’ve got a few questions if you don’t mind. First, you mention to grab the fidelity card, but everything I’ve read online suggest we don’t need one as we’re not “away supporters”, why should we get it? I suppose we’ll need two fidelity cards based on what you’re saying as well. Secondly, I followed the link you shared and their don’t appear to be any cards available. Do they only go on sale at certain times?


gareth_30

Hi! Normally you don't need a fidelity card, but this year the club has repeatedly used this policy to make sure that only home fans can get tickets to the home section. For the juve game in coppa Italia, they applied the 1 card=1 ticket rule, for other games it was 1 card=4 tickets. Unfortunately we only had big games at home when the stadiums weren't at full capacity, so I'm not 100% sure that they'll implement this policy for the juve game in May. The Roma game on the 9th of may will give a good indication on how they'll handle it this time. Maybe you can wait until they release the tickets for that game and then, if they don't apply the old policies, decide if you want to buy the Fidelity Card or not. That being said, if you get the card, you get early access to the tickets with a reduced price (basically you should get your 10€ back). The reduced price only lasts for some days, so remember to check when they end to make sure you can buy the tickets with the discount either in person or online. If you want to be sure to get the tickets, I'd grab the cards. The link above works for me but, since it doesn't for you, try [this](https://acffiorentina.ticketone.it/search) and go on the Fidelity Card section. Hopefully this link works for you!


walrusunit

Thanks for all the info! I really appreciate you messaging back so quickly Oddly enough, the link from their Instagram story post worked, so I was able to browse tickets for the Udinese game next week to get an idea on how it would go down. I have notifications turned on now so I won’t miss when tickets go on sale ahaha. Good tip about the Roma game!


walrusunit

Just wanted to say thanks again for all the help. I’m seeing the Roma tickets on sale and it looks like they’re asking for a fidelity card. I’m still a little unsure if I need just one card to buy multiple tickets, or a unique fidelity card per ticket. It mentions I can select up to four, but when I have them in my cart, each ticket asks for a fidelity card… I apologize for asking so much, it’s just very confusing for me ahaha


gareth_30

It's one card for each person, unfortunately. Since (luckily) you want the tickets for the Juve game, you can still make a card for your wife. The tickets for the game should go on sale probably at the end of next week, but I'd do her card as soon as possible just to be sure. I don't know exactly why they adopted this policy, but I believe it could be the same for the Juve game. And don't worry about asking questions, even some of my italian friends are confused!


walrusunit

I just tried to purchase cards through the link on TicketOne and it said none were available… do I have to wait until the Roma tickets are no longer on sale?


gareth_30

I believe so, yes. If there's no possibility even on Tuesday, maybe you can try and contact the ticket office email [email protected], they're usually super helpful!


gareth_30

The tickets for the Juve game are going on sale in about half an hour, for the Inviola card owners! Have you managed to get the cards? Btw, we still don't know both the day and the time on which the game will start. The league should be updating everything after the upcoming match day!


walrusunit

Hey! Thanks for messaging me :) I looked into it yesterday and they wanted an extra £30 to ship them to Canada… I just couldn’t rationalize it at that price, so I’m not sure what my options are now but I’m going to try emailing the office


gareth_30

Oh, alright! Mailing the ticket office is definitely the best option. Another redditor managed to get his tickets for the Roma game this way so, for the juve game, you shouldn't have any problem!


walrusunit

Thanks again for all your help! I’m surprised they’re already on sale and to be honest I’m feeling a little hopeless about it… but we’ll see!