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FIFA Arab Cup 2021 ™ tickets now available over-the-counter in Qatar

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FIFA Arab Cup 2021 ™ tickets now available over-the-counter in Qatar

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Personally, I think Al Bayt stadium is one of the most beautiful stadiums I have seen in my entire life.

ZURICH, Switzerland, November 16, 2021 / APO Group / –

Opening of the FIFA venues ticketing center (FIFA.com) at the Doha Exhibition Center (DEC); Ticket sales and problem solving available to customers; Ticket holders can also apply for a compulsory Hay’ya card (Fan ID) at DEC; Video interview with FIFA ticketing director available for media to download

In addition to the official FIFA.com/tickets website, fans can now purchase tickets for the FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021 ™ at the ticket office of the FIFA Venue Ticketing Center (FVTC) in the Doha Exhibition Center (DEC), which is easily accessible. . accessible from Al Qassar metro station. The dedicated service center will also provide mobile assistance with tickets and troubleshooting, and fans will also be able to pick up their Hay’ya card (Fan ID) (https://bit.ly/3cl3AQI).

During the current last minute sale phase, which will run until the end of the tournament, tickets are allocated on a first come, first served basis and confirmed immediately after payment. Tickets are still available for all 32 matches, including the November 30 curtain raisers at Al Bayt (https://fifa.fans/3nlW9z2) (host Qatar v. Bahrain) and Ras Abu Aboud (https: // fifa. fans / 3qFpUwY) (UAE v. Syria), as well as for the final on December 18, Qatar’s national day.

“Personally, I think Al Bayt Stadium is one of the most beautiful stadiums I have seen in my entire life. You can feel and see how Arab culture is applied to a modern football stadium, ”said FIFA ticketing and hospitality manager Falk Eller in a video interview available for media to download at editorial purposes. “The innovation we are bringing to Qatar is mobile tickets. We will invite fans to receive and manage their tickets on their mobile phones, using an app provided by FIFA, and then access the stadiums or share tickets with their friends. “

Fans who have already purchased their tickets through FIFA.com/tickets do not need to collect their tickets from the FVTC as their tickets will be delivered through the FIFA Arab Cup 2021 ™ mobile ticketing app.

A selection of affordable tickets are available, with Category 4 tickets (Qatar residents only) costing 25 QAR for all matches except the semi-finals (from 45 QAR) and the final (from 45 QAR) and the final (from of 60 QAR). A full overview of ticket sales and prices is available at FIFA.com/tickets. As will be the case at the 2022 FIFA World Cup ™, supporters will be able to attend more than one FIFA Arab Cup match per day, provided they have sufficient time to travel to the venue. second stadium using public transport – a list of matches is available here (https://bit.ly/3Fkump3).

Visa, the official payment services partner of FIFA, is the preferred payment method for the purchase of tickets for the FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021. Cash payments are not accepted.

FIFA Venue Ticketing Center (FVTC) and Hay’ya Card Service Center opening hours:

Until December 17: Sat-Thu: 10 a.m.-10 p.m. / Fri: 2 p.m.-10 p.m. December 18: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Hay’ya Card (Fan ID)

The Hay’ya Card (Fan ID) is a smart technology identification card designed to offer fans the ultimate experience in Qatar and will be mandatory for all ticket holders attending FIFA Arab Cup Qatar matches. 2021. It will serve as a means of identification and grant access to the tournament stadiums in combination with a valid ticket purchased on FIFA.com/tickets.

After successfully applying for a Hay’ya card, overseas fans will receive a certificate of entry clearance. They have to print this certificate to enter Qatar. The entry authorization certificate will expire on December 25.

The Hay’ya Card will also allow ticket holders to access a number of services and benefits related to transport, tourism and others.

Fans should request their Hay’ya Card once they have paid for their match tickets and received their ticket request number by email. Hay’ya Card applications can be submitted online through the Host Country Entry Portal website (https://bit.ly/3CoWDZE), where more information can be found.

The Hay’ya card is operated by the State of Qatar. FIFA is not responsible for its bidding process, issuance and / or use.

COVID-19 measures

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and as was the case for the 2020 FIFA Club World Cup ™ and the 2021 FIFA Arab Cup Qatar qualifiers which took place in June 2021, the country host will provide the necessary safeguards to protect the health and safety of all. involved in the competition. All participants should follow the travel advice of the Qatari authorities and the latest guidelines from the Qatar Ministry of Public Health (https://bit.ly/3ce43Eq).

Additional information on the security measures related to COVID-19 for accessing the stadiums of the FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021 will be available on FIFA.com. To date, ticket holders are required to be fully vaccinated with one of the vaccines approved by the Ministry of Public Health (https://bit.ly/3oB4rTl).

A video interview with FIFA Ticketing and Hospitality Director Falk Eller is available here [English  (https://bit.ly/3qMx6Yp) and Arabic (https://bit.ly/3cdMgxa) subtitles] for media to download for editorial use. The interview transcript in English is available here (https://bit.ly/3wSnaxy)

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