Soccer: JFA suspends Emperor's Cup ticket sales over coronavirus

The Japan Football Association decided Thursday to halt general ticket sales for the Emperor’s Cup and national high school championships after the government retightened entry limits for large-scale events in response to rising coronavirus infection numbers. Tickets already sold for the Emperor’s Cup semifinals on Sunday and final on Jan. 1 remain valid, although applications for refunds will be accepted until a day before the respective matches. In principle, spectator numbers are to be capped at 5,000 for venues with capacity exceeding 10,000 until Jan. 11. Attendance can exceed the cap in …

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