FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022
FIFA announced today that 2.45 million FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 tickets have now been sold, with 100 days to go for the start of the competition on Nov. 20.
FIFA said in a statement that fans from Qatar, the USA, England, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, the UAE, France, Argentina, Brazil and Germany leading the ranking of ticket sales by country of residence. It also said that the biggest number of allocated tickets were for group-stage matches such as Cameroon v. Brazil, Brazil v. Serbia, Portugal v. Uruguay, Costa Rica v. Germany, and Australia v. Denmark.
"Fans who now hold confirmation for one or more matches in their FIFA ticketing account are encouraged to start planning their trip as soon as possible by booking their accommodation, if living outside of Qatar, and by applying for their Hayya (the Fan ID for the tournament) via qatar2022.qa or the Hayya to Qatar 2022 app (available on iOS and Android)," FIFA said.
It also said that late September will see the launch of the last-minute sales phase.
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