23.5 million tickets were sought in the latest World Cup sales

2022 FIFA World Cup: Tickets for the 2022 Qatar World Cup are selling like hot cakes, with 23.5 million requests in the last round. FIFA said on Friday that 23.5 million World Cup tickets had been requested in the latest round of sales for the tournament, which began in less than seven months in Qatar.Follow InsideSport.IN for more updates

Applications from Argentina, Brazil, England, France, Mexico, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United States prevailed, the world body said, highlighting “Huge demand”.

2022 FIFA World Cup: Tickets for the 2022 Qatar World Cup are selling like hot cakes, with 23.5 million requests in the last round

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The most popular games on December 18 are some of the group games already known with the finals: Argentina vs. Mexico, Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia, England vs. USA and Poland vs. Argentina, FIFA said in a statement.

For matches where demand exceeds the number of available tickets, requests will go to a random lottery. All successful applicants will be notified by 31 May. Any remaining tickets will then be sold out on a first come first served basis.

Ticket prices on average are about 30 percent higher than the 2018 Russia World Cup The cheapest tickets are for migrant workers from Qatar and the state who have to pay as little as 10 to watch the first round group match.

But for the finals, the most expensive tickets cost more than $ 1,600 – a 45 percent increase in 2018.

About 804,186 tickets were cut in the first round of sales in January-February.

2022 FIFA World Cup: Tickets for the 2022 Qatar World Cup are selling like hot cakes, with 23.5 million requests in the last round

The demand for this 23-day window for application was high, as it follows the draw for the World Cup on 1 April which reveals when and where each team will play.

About two million tickets are available to the general public, with 1.2 million going to other sponsors and other supporters.
The first match between Senegal and the Netherlands is on 21 November and the final is on 18 December at the 80,000 capacity Lusail Stadium.

Qatar predicts that 1.4 million people will travel to rich Gulf states for the first World Cup in an Arab country.

Qatar has spent billions of dollars building seven new stadiums and renovating the eighth stadium for the tournament.

FIFA has been criticized for hosting a tournament whose rights to migrant workers, women and LGBT people have been in the spotlight.

2022 FIFA World Cup: Tickets for the 2022 Qatar World Cup are selling like hot cakes, with 23.5 million requests in the last round

But FIFA president Gianni Infantino has promised that it will “The best of all” The World Cup and the Global Body are looking at healthy ticket sales to back its case.

Qatari organizers have highlighted the progress of the rights since the 2010 World Cup was announced, saying critics were trying to undermine the Arab region’s right to hold the event.

Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.

The organizers only said that special arrangements would be made for drinking in fan zones and other designated areas and that humility would be applied to social laws. They will be all fans with emphasis “Welcome” In the World Cup.

2022 FIFA World Cup: Tickets for the 2022 Qatar World Cup are selling like hot cakes, with 23.5 million requests in the last round

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