Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) have their last day of impromptu futsal matches in Aotea Square today.
The events have been put together as part of the lead-up to the FIFA Under-20 World Cup coming to New Zealand in May.
Anyone can show up, but those who don’t have a team may need to wait until they can fit into a game.
The games will be played in seven cities from May 30 to June 21, as well as at the North Harbour Stadium in Auckland. Other cities include Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, New Plymouth, Wellington and Whangarei.
The World Cup itself will be offered as a taonga at Waitangi during sunrise on May 5.
Visa presale tickets are now available, and will be available to the public at 9am on March 10.
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