The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is steadily drawing closer as huge loads of fans all over the world are preparing for the biggest competition in the world.
The fans are good to go for the games, as they have demonstrated their excitement by requesting 17 million ticket in the first sales time of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, which lasted for 20 days. The biggest number of ticket applicant came from the host country-Qatar.
During the initial random selection draw sales period, FIFA was additionally immersed by applications from football hotbeds and key business sectors, for example, Argentina, Brazil, England, France, India, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and the USA.
The most pursued tickets were for the Final on 18 December at Lusail Stadium, with 1.8 million requests for that match alone.
The first sales period began on 19 January but has ended. FIFA Ticketing will now check if those ticket demands meet the sales and family limitations before allotting them.
All successful, partially successful and unsuccessful applicants will be properly informed of the result of their applications as of Tuesday, 8 March 2022, alongside the process to follow and the payment cutoff time for assigned tickets.
By then and subject to availability, FIFA Ticketing will advise on the timing of the upcoming first come, first served sales phase.
For more information on ticket sales phases, products, prices, and categories, visit FIFA.com/tickets.