23.5 million requests Qatar FIFA World Cup tickets in sale

The current random selection draw ticket sales session for the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup, which ended yesterday, received a total of 23.5 million requests.

With football fans from the host country and throughout the world wanting tickets, Qatar 2022 has pledged to make the World Cup “truly global” and the “most compact” iteration of the tournament.

Apart from local fans, Argentina, Brazil, England, France, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, and the United States have made the most requests.

Argentina vs. Mexico, Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia, England vs. USA, and Poland vs. Argentina were all in high demand.

Before assigning tickets, the FIFA Ticketing Bureau will ensure that they fulfill the sales criteria and household limitations.

If the number of requests exceeds the available ticket inventory, a random selection will be made.

Those that applied will be notified of the decision through email starting May 31, which is also the start of the planned payment period.

For Qatari nationals and those outside the country, Visa cards will be allowed, while other payment cards will be accepted for foreign supporters.

Successful candidates who pay in full can apply for a Hayya Card, which serves as an admission permission to Qatar as well as stadium access, at Qatar2022.qa.

The next round of ticket sales will be announced soon.

The FIFA World Cup will take place in Qatar from November 21 to December 18.


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