KIEV, Ukraine (AP) If you’re a fan of the Ukrainian national soccer team, you might want to take a look at what you’re missing out on if you’re buying a ticket to the 2014 World Cup.
That’s because, according to new research, Ukraine has more than $2 billion worth of international soccer tickets in circulation and can’t buy them.
The U.S. is the biggest seller with more than 20,000 tickets, followed by Brazil, Argentina, Argentina-Netherlands, Spain, Germany and Italy.
The average price per ticket is about $2,500.
If you buy the cheapest ticket in Ukraine, you can travel to the World Cup in Russia, which will be played in September.
In the U.K., the average price is about £500.
“We are a market in which we are very active,” said Alexei Vasyk, director of sales for the Ukrainian National Bank.
“But in the current economic situation, we cannot have a lot of foreign investors in the country.”
Russia is the only major country with soccer-related debt outstanding, with $18.5 billion, or about 15 percent of the country’s gross domestic product.
That money will be used to finance debt repayments.
The World Cup, though, has drawn about $150 million from the Russian government, according the U:S.
The Russian government has said it wants the event to be sold in Russia as well.
The country also is trying to lure international investors, including from Germany and Brazil.
Ukraine’s government has tried to attract the biggest soccer clubs in Europe, but has been unable to attract major European clubs such as Bayern Munich, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain.
The European clubs have said they won’t play in Ukraine if the country does not make good on its debt obligations.
The Ukrainian government has pledged to pay off the debt, but it’s unclear how much.
Vasych says he hopes to sell some of the tickets.
He estimates there are about 1,000 people in Ukraine who have tickets to the upcoming World Cup and want to get out of debt.
“The problem is not that the debt is too big.
The problem is that we can’t find people who can afford the ticket,” he said.
Vacyk estimates that the average ticket price for a Ukrainian ticket is around $2.50.
The cheapest ticket costs $2 to $3.
“That’s because we can only have one ticket, and so you can’t get another one,” he explained.
The ticket price can be higher for groups of up to 15 people, which means it will be much more expensive for those traveling alone.
Ukraine has a number of restrictions on how much people can buy.
The government requires people to show their passports, and only some can buy the tickets on-line.
Some people can’t even buy a single ticket.
“If I go out for dinner with friends and everyone wants to go out, I’ll have to buy tickets for myself, because I’ll be the one who goes out with the group,” said Tarek Vareliuk, a 20-year-old student who has been traveling to the country to attend the World Series.
“It’s a big risk.”
But he says he thinks it’s worth it, since he doesn’t have to go to the stadium on the main railway line.
“I don’t want to miss out,” he told Recode.
He says he plans to take his girlfriend to the tournament.
“There’s nothing like that here, and I hope they get it right,” he added.