Falcao is Colombia's headline star / PHOTO: Media Evol Sport

Colombia and Sèrbia will play a friendly international at the Mini Estadi on August 14th at 20.00. José Néstor Pékerman will use the game as preparation for the two World Cup South American group stage games against Ecuador and Uruguay in September.

Colombia have climbed four places in the FIFA rankings following their good results in the qualifying round for next summer’s World Cup Finals in Brazil. With 23 points, Colombia are just three behind leaders Argentina, who have played one more game. A win would ensure a place in the finals for Colombia.

Serbia's chances of making Brazil are not so good and they currently lie third in their qualifying group, nine points behind Croatia and 12 off leaders Belgium.

Tickets for the game are available from the Club Ticket Offices at gate 14 from August 1st and on match day from the ticket office at the Gol Nord. Tickets are priced at 15 Euros behind the goals, 20 in the stand and 25 in the main stand.

 International experience at the Mini

The Mini Estadi has staged a number of international matches - both friendly games and qualifying matches over its 30 year history, most recently Poland's 3-0 win in a friendly in 2005. Holland also beat Andorra 3-0 in a 2004 World Cup qualification game.


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