The Football Association of Thailand (FAT) has launched a very exciting promotion for its home fans ahead of its upcoming home match against South Korea in the second round of the 2026 FIFA World Cup United Asia qualifiers. South Korean superstar Son Heung-min is the face of the FAT’s home ticket package promotion.
The Thai Football Association announced on social media on Saturday that it is offering a package deal on tickets for Thailand’s home game against South Korea in the second round of the World Cup United Arab Emirates. Thailand will face the winners of South Korea-China and Singapore-Guam in the second round of the Asian qualifiers.
The Football Association of Thailand has issued a promotion to its fans for this second round of qualifiers, which marks the start of the race to the World Cup. Interestingly, Korean soccer is featured quite heavily in the promotion.
The Thai Football Association gave five reasons for their home package offer, two of which involved South Korea. “The Thai national team is preparing to face South Korea, a country that many players are chasing in Europe. Especially superstars like Tottenham Hotspur’s Son Heung-min, who inspires the whole of Asia. Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich), Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton Wanderers), and Lee Kang-in (PSG). There are some interesting players against China, including the famous Wu Lei.”
“You may be able to get tickets for the China game, but there is no guarantee that you will be able to get tickets for the Korea game,” he added, emphasizing that the package deal makes it easy to watch the game without the ticket wars.먹튀검증
The Thai Football Association’s package ticket promotion is very interesting because it proves that the South Korean national soccer team is a team with superstars that are recognized throughout Asia. Not only that. No matter how famous the opposing team’s superstar is, it’s not an easy decision to use it as a marketing tool. However, Thailand has introduced a number of South Korean players, led by Son Heung-min.
This shows how much Thailand is looking forward to their second qualifying match against South Korea at home on March 26 next year at Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok.