New kit for Sunderland as ticket news for Algarve confirmed

The Advertiser Series: Kitted out: Sunderland players John O'Shea, Vito Mannone and Steven Fletcher parade the team's home strip for next season Kitted out: Sunderland players John O'Shea, Vito Mannone and Steven Fletcher parade the team's home strip for next season

SUNDERLAND have revealed their new home kit for next season and confirmed ticket details for the games in Portugal later this month.

The Black Cats head to the Algarve where they will play three games at the Estádio Municipal de Albufeira.

Gustavo Poyet’s men kick off the week facing Spanish Segunda Division side Recreativo de Huelva on Tuesday, 29 July, 8pm. The following evening the Black Cats take on Portuguese Primeira Liga side CD Nacional at 8pm.

Sunderland end their stay in Portugal with a third game against top flight Portuguese outfit Vitória Setúbal on Saturday, August 2, 8pm at the same venue.

Supporters can purchase a special ticket for the three games in the Algarve via the promoter, priced at €40 for adults for the bundle or €20 for under 12s. Alternatively, supporters can purchase individual match tickets priced at €15 for adults for each game and €7.5 for under 12s.

Sunderland has been advised that tickets are only available to purchase in person in Portugal at the Stadium Bar at the Estádio Municipal de Albufeira. Tickets can be bought in advance of kick-off with availability from 9am on Tuesday, July 29. The Stadium Bar will be open daily from July 29 for the week long stay between 9am-8pm.

Supporters can also purchase tickets from the Estádio Municipal de Albufeira ticket office just before kick-off for each game, subject to availability.

Each game will have a capacity of 3,000 spectators and supporters are strongly advised to purchase tickets in advance. All tickets are for the West Stand and tickets will not be available through Sunderland or the Stadium of Light ticket office.

Any ticketing enquiries can be made directly to the promoter via eventos@joaoperessport.pt

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