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About World Cup Tickets 2023/24

FIFA World Cup tournaments take place every four years, with up to 32 nations competing for the cup. The World Cup is a truly global event, with teams arriving from six different continents, including Africa, Europe, North, and Central America, the Caribbean, Oceania, Asia, and South America.

It's also one of the most popular events globally, with up to three million tickets sold for the live events and up to three billion fans watching on their television. Ticket prices can soar, so make sure that you buy your World Cup tickets quickly if you don't want to miss out!

About FIFA Qatar World Cup Tickets 2022

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is set to be a record-breaker. Not only is it one of the largest sporting events following the COVID-19 pandemic, but it's also the last tournament that will feature 32 teams. Qatar will be the host nation.

As of 2026, finals will be expanded to 48. Thirteen teams have been confirmed for Qatar 2022, including the hosts, France (the current world champions), Spain, England, Brazil, Argentina, Italy, Germany, and more.

More than 1 million tickets were requested within 24 hours of ticket sales.

Ticket prices range from a mere $11 for residents to $1600 for the finale on December 18th at Lusail stadium.

Notable Games Qatar 2022

The 2022 FIFA World Cup will take place in Qatar from November 21st to December 18th, 2022.

This will be the first-ever World Cup held in the Arab World. Stadiums include Stadium 974 and Al Thumama Stadiums in Doha, Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, and Lusail Iconic Stadium in Lusail, which can seat 80,000.

The first tickets were made available in February. Because of the magnitude of ticket requests, there will also be a draw for those who missed out on ticket sales to buy tickets for various matches before the second phase of ticket sales opens up.

Background of the FIFA World Cup

The first World Cup took place in 1930. It was proposed by Jules Rimet, whose goal was to create an international competition between football teams because soccer wasn't part of the Summer Games.

The host, Uruguay, won the first tournament. The World Cup has been played every four years since 1930, except in 1942 and 1946 due to World War II. 2018 was a record-breaking year because all 211 member nations qualified.

As the team from Russia were automatically included, the remaining 210 teams had to compete for the 31 spots available during 872 matches!

A Four-Year Gap

The FIFA World Cup only takes place once every four years so that the qualification fixtures can be played, allowing the event to be a truly global affair.

World Cup Champions

France will defend their title as World Cup champions on December 18th, 2022, in Lusail. They also won the World Cup in 1998, when they hosted the event.

Brazil holds the current record for FIFA world cup wins, having taken the cup home five times. They won in 2002, 1994, 1970, 1962, and 1958. Germany and Italy each hold four World Cup wins.

The Player with the Most FIFA World Cup Wins

Edson Arantes do Nascimento, known as Pelé, holds the record for the football player with the most World Cup wins. He has won three FIFA World Cups with Brazil. He played for both the national side and the club team Santos.

The Fifa World Cup Qualifying Groups

The qualifying process is quite complex. Teams are divided into confederations based on geographic region, namely AFC, CONCACAF, CONMEBOL, OFC, CAF, and UEFA. Each of the six confederations has its own process that must be followed to qualify.

England Needs a Win!

England has won the World Cup once, in 1966. Don't despair if you are a fan, though. Only six countries have managed to win the World Cup since that date.

Seven World Cup Champion Nations

  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • England There are 206 other countries that haven't landed a win yet.

Host Cities in 2022

Travelers to Qatar will enjoy matches in cities like Doha, Lusail, and Al Khor. Each city has a stadium that can accommodate at least 40,000 spectators during matches in November and December, but there are only a few more tickets available following the first phase of ticket sales.

Duration of the Tournament and Participating Teams

The event will last 27 days until December 18th, 2022.

Qualifying World Cup Teams 2022:

  • Qatar
  • Belgium
  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Croatia
  • Denmark
  • England
  • South Korea
  • France
  • The Netherlands
  • Germany
  • Iran
  • Serbia
  • Spain
  • Switzerland.

Qualifiers Fixtures for 2022

  • Africa is represented by five teams. The fixtures for 2022 include Egypt v Senegal, Cameroon v Algeria, Nigeria v Ghana, DR Congo v Morocco, and Mali v Tunisia.
  • Five or six teams will represent Asia. The top two teams in each group will qualify, with the third-placed teams in each section.
  • Europe sends 13 teams. Austria, Czech Republic, Italy, North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Scotland, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, and Wales will battle in the play-offs.
  • North and Central America and the Caribbean will send three or four teams to the World Cup. Canada, Mexico, and the US are on top. Only one team represents Oceania, and four teams will represent South America.
  • The top four teams automatically qualify, but the fifth-placed finisher can qualify if they win an intercontinental playoff.

2022 football World Cup in Qatar Host cities and stadiums

The 2022 Qatar World Cup will be held in 8 stadiums spread over 5 different cities in Qatar (Al-Khor, Al Wakrah, Doha, Al Rayyan, Lusail).

FIFA World Cup Past Winners

  • Russia 2018: France, Croatia, Belgium
  • Brazil 2014: Germany, Argentina, Netherlands
  • South Africa 2010: Spain, Netherlands, Germany
  • Germany 2006: Italy, France, Germany
  • South Korea / Japan 2002: Brazil, Germany, Turkey
  • France 1998: France, Brazil, Croatia
  • USA 1994: Brazil, Italy, Sweden
  • Italy 1990: Germany, Argentina, Italy
  • Mexico 1986: Argentina, West Germany, France
  • Spain 1982: Italy, West Germany, Poland
  • Argentina 1978: Argentina, Netherlands, Brazil
  • West Germany 1974: West Germany, Netherlands, Poland
  • Mexico 1970: Brazil, Italy, West Germany
  • England 1966: England, West Germany, Portugal
  • Chile 1962: Brazil, Czechoslovakia, Chile
  • Sweden 1958: Brazil, Sweden, France
  • Switzerland 1954: West Germany, Hungary, Austria
  • Brazil 1950: Uruguay, Brazil, Sweden
  • France 1938: Italy, Hungary, Brazil
  • Italy 1934: Italy, Czechoslovakia, Germany
  • Uruguay 1930: Uruguay, Argentina, USA

Frequently Asked Questions about World Cup

How much does a ticket to the World Cup 2022 cost?

Category-one tickets cost around 800 Qatari riyals, which is roughly £160. The category-two tickets are priced at around £120.

How are World Cup tickets sold?

Unfortunately, tickets sold through official ticketing accounts on the FIFA website are limited. You have to register and apply for individual match tickets, the full four stadium ticket series, or a team-specific series. You are limited to sixty tickets across the various matches or six per household per game.

How do I buy tickets for the World Cup?

If you are looking for tickets before they sell out, SeatPick is your best option. SeatPick is the largest marketplace for football fans, and there will be tickets up for grabs… but don't delay! You can use SeatPick to view the list of upcoming World Cup matches, select the dates you'd like to attend, and then find your area or section based on the tickets available. Then checkout to complete your order. As more than a million people apply for World Cup tickets during the first phase, you should secure your ticket as soon as possible.

Where can I find cheap World Cup tickets?

You can find cheap, unused tickets on classified sites and social media, but this can be a risky option. It's best to use a reputable marketplace like SeatPick. You can use SeatPick to sort through all the listings using the Sort by Price feature. You can start your search at the lowest possible price and work your way up.

Can I buy World Cup tickets outside of the EU?

You can buy tickets from anywhere in the world using SeatPick.

Where will games be played?

The World Cup for 2022 will be hosted in Qatar in five major cities. This includes Stadium 974 (Doha), Al Thumama Stadium (Doha), Khalifa International Stadium (Doha), Al Thumama Stadium (Doha), Al Bayt Stadium (Al Khor), Lusail Iconic Stadium (Lusail), Ahmed-ben-Ali Stadium (Al Rayyan) and Al-Janoub Stadium (Al Wakrah)

Is it Too Late to Buy World Cup tickets?

No, it's never too late, not when tickets can be transferred online. If you missed the last-minute sales phase that was offered by FIFA, you can still get tickets, even at face value, or any top-level remaining tickets, for any of the biggest games, from those taking place at the magnificent Lusail Stadium to matches in the group stage or the knock-out round that follows and all the games from the opening ceremony all the way to the World Cup final itself.

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