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Sales of leftover tickets for World Cup matches in Japan through June 14 began Friday, according to the Japan World Cup organizing committee.

Buyers who call the telephone numbers below can reserve tickets for each match and will receive reservation numbers, it said.

The numbers can be used to obtain ticket vouchers at Pia Corp. ticket outlets and Family Mart convenience stores nationwide, as well as Seven Eleven convenience stores in Tokyo that have Ticket PIA outlets, JAWOC said.

The vouchers can then be exchanged for tickets at designated areas near the stadiums.

Ticket sales for nine matches from June 10 to 14 will be carried out between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. one day before the match days.

Tickets will also be available at www.fifatickets.com through the World Cup Ticketing Bureau of FIFA, soccer’s world governing body.

Details of ticket sales for the second round, which starts June 15, are still being discussed, JAWOC added.

Ticket orders for the Tunisia-Belgium game, June 10, at Oita Big Eye Stadium, can be placed at (03) 5237-9333, (03) 5237-9444, (03) 5237-9555 beginning June 9.

For the Cameroon-Germany game on June 11 at Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, call 0570-00-0091 beginning June 10.

For the Saudi Arabia-Ireland game on June 11 at International Stadium Yokohama, call 0570-00-0044 beginning June 10.

For the Sweden-Argentina game on June 12 at Miyagi Stadium, call 0570-00-0091 beginning June 11.

For the Nigeria-England game on June June 12 at Osaka Nagai Stadium, call 0570-00-0044 beginning June 11.

For the Mexico-Italy game on June 13 at Oita Big Eye Stadium, call 0570-00-0091 beginning June 12.

For the Ecuador-Croatia game on June 13 at International Stadium Yokohama, call 0570-00-0044 beginning June 12.

For the Tunisia-Japan game on June 14 at Osaka Nagai Stadium, call 0570-00-0091 beginning June 13.

For the Belgium-Russia game on June 14 at Shizuoka Stadium Ecopa, call 0570-00-0062 beginning June 13.

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