FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022
FIFA announced the launch of the last-minute sales phase on Tuesday Sep. 27, less than two months time before the start of the first edition of the World Cup competitions in the Arab world and the Middle East.
Tickets can be purchased at FIFA.com/tickets at 12:00 (noon) Doha local time, on a first-come, first-served basis and will be subject to availability. This sales phase will run until the end of the tournament. While demand has been high and the initial inventory is expected to sell out quickly, fans should check FIFA.com/tickets on a regular basis as additional batches of tickets will be made available through further releases and resales, which will re-launch in due course.
Individual match tickets will be available in all four price categories, with category 4 tickets reserved for residents of Qatar. Customers can purchase a maximum of six tickets per match and 60 across the entire tournament.
FIFA encouraged disabled people and people with limited mobility to browse the options online and select from a range of dedicated Accessibility Tickets.
With exciting match-ups occurring around Qatar on the same day, fans can take advantage of the unique opportunity to watch up to two showdowns on certain group-stage matchdays.
Visa is the preferred payment solution of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
All tickets for the general public will be fulfilled as mobile tickets. No earlier than the second half of October, FIFA will release a dedicated ticketing app that customers will need to download. Purchased tickets will then be uploaded to this app and will be activated when fans access the stadium.
In addition to the ticketing app, and at the request of the Qatari authorities, all local and international fans must apply for a digital Hayya (Fan ID). This is an entry permit for the State of Qatar and, in addition to a match ticket, required for stadium access.
To apply for a digital Hayya, and to book accommodation, please visit Qatar2022.qa or download the Hayya to Qatar 2022 app (available on iOS and Android). Hayya is operated by the government of the State of Qatar.
Last August, FIFA announced that 2.450 million FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 tickets were sold. Fans from Qatar, US, England, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, the UAE, France, Argentina, Brazil and Germany topped the list of those who received the most tickets for the World Cup.
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