Fans who have so far drawn a blank in their quest for FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 tickets will have another chance Thursday as an additional batch of tickets will be up for grabs. Further inventory will be made available exclusively via FIFA.com/tickets for all matches, including the coveted semi-final featuring European champions Liverpool and the final on December 21.
With the ticket release taking place at 11am CET, Monterrey fans in Mexico and Flamengo supporters in Brazil will have an early start at 4pm and 7pm respectively, while sales in the UK will start at 10am and, in Doha, at 1pm. Once again, the Ticketing Portal will be closed for a period of time prior to the ticket release to allow the final preparations to be made.
All lucky fans who have already secured their tickets will need to access their FIFA Ticketing account and print out their match tickets as they will not be sent out by email. FIFA and the Local Organising Committee (LOC) also remind fans to arrive early and enjoy the fan entertainment area outside of the stadiums and avoid lengthy queues. Supporters are also encouraged to take the opportunity of watching the world’s leading club sides by attending both matches if they have tickets for double-headers.
Tickets are affordably priced in three categories, ranging from QAR 25 for Category 3 tickets for the first three matchdays up to QAR 400 for Category 1 tickets for the final double-header. In cases where two matches are played on the same day at the same stadium (double-headers), each ticket will provide access to both matches. An FAQ document in English and Arabic is available on FIFA.com/tickets.
Visa, the Official Payment Services Partner of FIFA, is the preferred payment method of the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019.
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