Qatar 2022 2.45 million tickets for World Cup matches sold

Qatar 2022 2.45 million tickets for World Cup matches sold After selling more than half a million tickets in the last stage, World Cup organizers have sold 2.45 million tickets for the World Cup matches, which will be held in Qatar this year, while Brazil matches led the largest number of tickets.  FIFA said on Thursday that World Cup organizers have sold 2.45 million tickets for matches in Qatar this year, after selling more than half a million tickets in the last stage between July 5-16.  FIFA explained that the largest number of tickets for group matches was for matches in Cameroon, Brazil, Brazil, Serbia, Portugal, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Germany, Australia and Denmark.  "Fans residing in Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United States, Mexico, the United Arab Emirates, England, Argentina, Brazil, Wales and Australia lead the online sales ranks with the largest number of tickets," FIFA added.  The next phase of ticket sales will be announced before the end of September, while sales outlets will open in Doha after the last phase of electronic sales.  The finals will start one day earlier than the original date, with the opening ceremony to be held before the Qatar-Ecuador match on Sunday 20 November.  The World Cup is being held for the first time in the Middle East, later than the traditional June-July date to avoid the region's sweltering heat.

After selling more than half a million tickets in the last stage, World Cup organizers have sold 2.45 million tickets for the World Cup matches, which will be held in Qatar this year, while Brazil matches led the largest number of tickets.

FIFA said on Thursday that World Cup organizers have sold 2.45 million tickets for matches in Qatar this year, after selling more than half a million tickets in the last stage between July 5-16.

FIFA explained that the largest number of tickets for group matches was for matches in Cameroon, Brazil, Brazil, Serbia, Portugal, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Germany, Australia and Denmark.

"Fans residing in Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United States, Mexico, the United Arab Emirates, England, Argentina, Brazil, Wales and Australia lead the online sales ranks with the largest number of tickets," FIFA added.

The next phase of ticket sales will be announced before the end of September, while sales outlets will open in Doha after the last phase of electronic sales.

The finals will start one day earlier than the original date, with the opening ceremony to be held before the Qatar-Ecuador match on Sunday 20 November.

The World Cup is being held for the first time in the Middle East, later than the traditional June-July date to avoid the region's sweltering heat.
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