1 More than half a million tickets sold in the last sales period; High demand from the Arab region, the Americas and Europe; The launch date for the next sales phase will be announced at the end of September.
2 With less than 100 days to go until the start of the world’s greatest show, a total of 2.45 million tickets have been sold.
3 The first FIFA World Cup™ to be held in the Middle East and the Arab world kicks off on 20 November and will bring together fans from the region and around the world in a compact and modern setting, with Qatar, USA, England and Saudi Arabia.
5 Only in the latest sales period (https://fifa.fans/3wdhgYJ), which ran from July 5 to August 16, when fans were able to purchase tickets on a first-come, first-served basis through (https://fifa .fans/3c1pvjt), a total of 520,532 tickets were sold.
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12 Fans living in Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the US, Mexico, the United Arab Emirates, England, Argentina, Brazil, Wales and Australia led the way – and the digital queues – by securing the most tickets.
13 Fans who now have confirmation of one or more matches in their FIFA ticket account are encouraged to start planning their trip as soon as possible by reserving their accommodation (https://bit.ly/3PxON6F), if they live abroad.
14 from Qatar, and by requesting their Hayya (https://bit.ly/3dynpbf) (the Fan ID for the tournament) via (https://bit.ly/3pLzyg5) or the Hayya to Qatar 2022 app [available on iOS (https://apple.co/3CgovTo) and Android (https://bit.ly/3PyHDz9)].
15 An approved Hayya application, along with a valid match ticket, will grant spectators access to the stadiums, provide entry to Qatar for international fans and offer free public transport on match days, along with a host of other benefits.
16 Those who have not yet secured their seats, or those who simply want to take advantage of Qatar’s compact nature by adding more matches to their schedule, should stay tuned (https://fifa.fans/3c1pvjt) from the end of September.
17 when the launch date of the last minute sales phase will be communicated.
18 During the last minute sales phase, which will last until the end of the tournament, tickets will also be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis and will be confirmed immediately after payment.
19 (https://fifa.fans/3c1pvjt) is the only official channel for the general public to purchase tickets, and fans are urged to stay away from unauthorized websites.
20 Over-the-counter sales will also start in Doha following the launch of the last-minute sales phase.