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FIFA announces selling of remaining tickets on first-come, first-serve basis

FIFA announces selling of remaining tickets on first-come, first-serve basis

FIFA announces selling of remaining tickets on first-come, first-serve basis

Last set of tickets will be sold from next week – Twitter

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  • The remaining tickets will be sold on a firsst-come, first-serve basis.
  • The tickets will be available from July 5 to August 16.
  • 32 teams will be playing the FIFA mega event.
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FIFA announced on Wednesday that the remaining tickets for this year’s World Cup in Qatar will be made available on a first-come, first-served basis beginning the following week.

FIFA stated that around 1.8 million tickets were sold in the first two sales phases, but did not specify how many are currently available.

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FIFA announced in a press release that the most recent tickets will be available online from July 5 at 12 p.m. Doha time (0900 GMT) through August 16 at 12 p.m.

“Huge worldwide interest is anticipated in the new sales period,” the world body said.

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Three million tickets are available, including those granted to sponsors, according to officials.

Hassan Al-Thawadi, the World Cup’s top organizer, stated last week that 1,2 million tickets had been sold thus far.

Gianni Infantino, president of FIFA, stated that there were five million requests for tickets to the final at the 80,000-seat Lusail stadium.

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Last month, Qatar arranged numerous daily shuttle flights from neighboring Gulf nations, allowing supporters to stay elsewhere and travel in to watch games.

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