FIFA World Cup Tickets Are Up On Sale On A First-Cum-First Basis

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by Ishita Agarwal
by Ishita Agarwal 152

The FIFA World Cup 2022, which is being hosted this year in Qatar, is widely anticipated by football lovers. Qatar will host the World Cup for the first time as a Middle Eastern nation at this time. The games will schedule for November 21 and December 18, 2022. Read on to know the much-awaited news for all the football fans! 

FIFA World Cup Tickets Are On Sale

Yes, you heard it right! The Tickets are on sale but a first-cum-first basis. This implies that the first person to purchase tickets will get them. There aren’t really any reservations. According to FIFA, 1.8 million match tickets are sell out in the first two sales rounds. The federation does not disclose the actual quantity of tickets offered. The competition is heating up now that 32 teams have advanced to the tournament. Given that the website indicates that these are the remaining’ tickets, it seems probable that this is the final significant batch of tickets for the tournament. 

This coming Tuesday, July 5, at 11 a.m. CET and 12 p.m. in Doha, tickets for the tournament will go on sale. You may buy these at FIFA.com/tickets. 

 

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Final Opportunity To Buy The Tickets And Enjoy The Larger Than Life Football Matches 

This next Tuesday, anybody wishing to get tickets will need to act quickly since the federation will sell them on a first-come, first-served basis. This requires customers to choose their ticket, confirm it immediately, and go straight to the checkout page.

Significant global interest in this last release of tickets. Although the sales period is still open until August 16, those fans wanting to get individual tickets or categories are advised not to wait. You may purchase up to six tickets for every game and 60 tickets for the tournament. All four ticket categories will be available for purchase in this batch, although category four tickets are exclusively available to citizens of Qatar.  So, get ready with your credit cards and ensure your laptop fully charged. 

 

 

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