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How to buy tickets for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

How to buy tickets for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

A fan of the South African national football team holds his ticket (AFP via Getty Images)

After more than a decade of controversy since the tournament was awarded, the 2022 World Cup in Qatar is only a few months away from kickoff.

The tournament will be the first to be held in the Arab world and the second in Asia, after Japan and South Korea co-hosted the tournament in 2002. expands from 2026 onwards to include 48 countries.

Defending champions France will be among the favorites, although no team has defended the World Cup since Brazil in 1962, along with fellow European teams England, Spain and Belgium. Brazil and Argentina are also likely to make the playoffs, while Senegal could represent Africa’s best hopes of winning for the first time.

The sale of tickets for the tournament has already begun, and everything you need to know is below.

When FIFA World Cup in Qatar?

Due to extreme summer temperatures in the Gulf region, the FIFA World Cup in Qatar will be the first to be held in winter rather than summer.

The first match of the tournament is scheduled for November 20, and the final – for December 18. Host nation Qatar will play the first leg.

What is the World Cup draw?

At the time of writing, 29 out of 32 teams have been confirmed to compete in Qatar. The play-offs will determine the last three places and Scotland and Wales still have a chance to secure a spot.

Here is the group stage draw:

Group A: Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands

Group B: England, Iran, USA, Wales

Group C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland

Group D: France, Australia, Denmark, Tunisia

Group E: Spain, Costa Rica, Germany, Japan

Group F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia

Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon

Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea

Who are the favorites to win the World Cup in Qatar?

The current favorites for the World Cup in Qatar are as follows:

Brazil 11/2

France 7/1

England 38/5

Spain 8/1

Germany 19/2

Argentina 10/1

Belgium 10/1

Portugal 12/1

Where will the matches be played in Qatar?

Eight stadiums in five cities will host World Cup matches in Qatar, including the 80,000-seat Iconic Stadium in Lusail, which will host the final. The stadium is located 23 km north of the capital Doha and was officially opened last November. Its design features exquisite gold and white appearance.

The Qatari government has turned Losail into a sports center that also hosts Formula 1 and Moto GP racing.

The remaining seven stadiums seat between 40,000 and 60,000 and are located in Doha, Al Khor, Al Rayyan and Al Wakra.

How much will tickets cost for the World Cup in Qatar?

The World Cup in Qatar will be the most expensive, with the average ticket price up 46 percent since the tournament was held in Russia four years ago.

The most expensive general sale ticket for the Losail final will cost just under £1,200, while the percentage of tickets relegated to the cheapest category four section for all matches has been significantly reduced.

On average, tickets for the group stage will cost £126, the Round of 16 £141, the quarter-finals £194, the semi-finals £502 and the final £764.

How can I buy tickets for the World Cup in Qatar?

More than 800,000 tickets for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar were sold during the FIFA sales opening phase, which ended on 29 March. Fans residing in Qatar, the US, England, Mexico and the UAE were the biggest ticket buyers. The second round of ticket sales began on 5 April, after the group stage draw was held on 1 April, and was run as what FIFA called a “random draw sale period”.

The third period of last-minute sales is now in full swing and running on a first-come, first-served basis. Fans hoping to get tickets should go to the FIFA Ticket Portal and register for an account now, with a ticket submission deadline of 16 August.

Written by khirou

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