There have been 2.45 million tickets sold today, with fewer than 100 days until the opening of the most significant event on Earth. The first FIFA World CupTM to be held in the Middle East and Arab world will begin on November 20 and bring fans from the region and worldwide together in a compact.
In the contemporary setting, Qatar, the United States, England, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, the United Arab Emirates, France, Argentina, Brazil, and Germany are leading the ticket sales ranking by country of residence. 520,532 tickets were sold in total during the most recent sales session, which lasted from July 5 to August 16 and was open to fans who purchased them at FIFA.com/tickets on a first-come, first-served basis.
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The most tickets were sold for the group stage matches involving Australia and Denmark, Portugal and Uruguay, Germany and Costa Rica, Cameroon and Brazil. In Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the United States, Mexico, the United Arab Emirates, England, Argentina, Brazil, Wales, and Australia, most fans purchased tickets, leading the way in the digital lines.
Fans who have confirmed tickets for one or more games in their FIFA ticketing account make travel plans as soon as possible. If they live outside Qatar, they should book lodging and register for their Hayya (the tournament’s fan ID) through qatar2022.qa or the Hayya to Qatar 2022 app (available on iOS and Android).
With a valid match ticket and an authorized Hayya application, fans may enter stadiums, enter Qatar, use free public transportation on matchdays, and receive various additional advantages.
When the start date of the last-minute sales phase is announced in late September, individuals who have not yet purchased tickets or those who want to take advantage of Qatar’s small size by adding extra games to their schedule should keep an eye on FIFA.com/tickets. Tickets will also be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis during the final sales period, extending until the conclusion of the competition.
They will be confirmed right away following payment. Fans are advised not to purchase tickets from other websites and to use FIFA.com/tickets, the only official ticketing website exclusively. After the beginning of the last-minute sales phase in Doha, over-the-counter sales will also begin.
The World Cup, for the first time, will be played in the winter. It will take place in the middle of the domestic football season, and players will leave their clubs in November to compete for the chance to return home with the World Cup trophy. People are anxious to attend the World Cup. Therefore they will use whatever means necessary to do so, which is why so many tickets are being sold; the most current estimate was 2.45 million.