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Tickets already purchased for these matches remain valid despite the change in kick-off times

ZURICH, Switzerland, September 28, 2021 / APO Group / –

Tickets can be secured immediately with the start of the first come, first served sales phase; This includes the opening match and the final at the brand new Al Bayt Stadium; Fans can attend more than one match per day during the group stage.

With around two months to go to the FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021 (, fans have another chance to secure their tickets to the first FIFA Pan-Arab tournament starting tomorrow ( September 28) via, from 12:00 am AST / 11:00 am CET. While a draw was made during the exclusive visa presale (, places will be allocated this time on a first come, first served basis and will be confirmed immediately after the payment. Tickets for all matches are still available, including curtain raisers at two brand new stadiums that will be used at the 2022 FIFA World Cup : the magnificent Al Bayt ( ) and the revolutionary Ras Abou Aboud (

These historic openings mark a busy first day, with Al Bayt welcoming fans for the first time to host Qatar’s opener against Bahrain at 7:00 p.m. local time, while Ras Abu Aboud will do the honors for the Emirates meeting. Arab Emirates and Syria at 10 p.m. As the three game schedules on that day have been slightly adjusted, an updated game schedule can be found at Tickets already purchased for these matches remain valid despite the change in kick-off times.

Fans will be able to attend two of the four matches taking place daily during the group stage, provided there are four hours between kick-offs ( to allow sufficient time for get to the second stage using public transport. Team-specific ticket sets will also be available again during this sales phase, which ends on Tuesday, October 12 at 12 p.m. AST / 11 a.m. CET. Finally, the last minute sale phase will begin on Tuesday, November 2 and will continue until the end of the tournament.

A selection of affordable tickets will be available, with prices ranging from QAR 25 for a Category 4 ticket (Qatar residents only) for group matches to QAR 245 for a Category 1 ticket for the final. A full overview of the sales phases and ticket prices is available at Visa, the official payment services partner of FIFA, is the preferred payment method for the purchase of tickets for fans of the FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021.

Regional talents on display

The 2021 FIFA Arab Cup Qatar will provide a glimpse of what to expect a year later at the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar . At the inaugural FIFA Pan-Arab Football Tournament, spectators and competitors alike will experience Qatari hospitality as 16 teams from the Arab world take to the pitch between Tuesday, November 30 and Saturday, December 18, 2021. Besides Al Bayt and Ras Abu Aboud, Al Thumama (, Ahmad Bin Ali (, Education City ( and the Al Janoub stadiums ( https: //, all built from the ground up for 2022, complete the list of magnificent venues for the FIFA Arab Cup .

Twenty-three national teams were invited to participate, of which seven out of 14 advanced to the qualifying round to meet hosts Qatar and the top eight ranked nations, who qualified directly. The 16 teams will now face each other in a group stage followed by knockout matches, for a total of 32 matches played over 19 days.

As the tournament will take place at the same time of year as the world’s football flagship in 2022, fans and teams will enjoy mild temperatures, between 15 and 24 ° C. Likewise, as with next year’s FIFA World Cup , the compact nature of the host nation will provide minimal travel distances between venues and an exciting match schedule ( , allowing fans to purchase selected tickets for more than one match per day during the group stage while ensuring sufficient travel times between kick-offs.

Fan ID

Fan ID is a smart technology identification card designed to provide fans with the ultimate Qatar experience, and will be mandatory for all ticket holders attending the 2021 FIFA Arab Cup matches, taking place in Qatar from November 30 to December 18. It will serve as a means of identification and will give access to the stadiums of the tournament. Fan ID will also provide ticket holders with access to a number of transport, tourism and other services and benefits to enhance their experience in Qatar.

Fans who plan to attend the 2021 FIFA Arab Cup should request their Fan ID once they have paid for their match tickets and received their ticket request number by email. Fan ID applications can be submitted online through the host country entry portal website (, live from September 28), where more information can be found.

Fan ID is administered by the Government of 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 qualifiers Qatar 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. Participants should follow the travel advice of the Qatari authorities and the advice of the Qatar Ministry of Public Health (

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 To date, ticket holders are required to be fully vaccinated with one of the vaccines approved by the Ministry of Public Health (

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