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FIFA sells 2.45 million tickets for Qatar World Cup

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August 18 (Reuters) – Organisers have sold 2.45 million tickets for this year’s World Cup in Qatar, world football governing body FIFA said on Thursday (Aug 18), with more than half a million of them sold in the last sales period from Jul 5 to Jul 16.

FIFA said the biggest number of allocated tickets were for group stage matches like Cameroon vs Brazil, Brazil vs Serbia, Portugal vs Uruguay, Costa Rica vs Germany and Australia vs Denmark.

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“Fans living in Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United States, Mexico, the United Arab Emirates, England, Argentina, Brazil, Wales and Australia led the way and the digital queues by securing the biggest number of tickets,” FIFA said.

The launch date for the next sales phase will be announced in late September, FIFA added. Over-the-counter sales will also start in Doha after the launch of the last-minute sales phase.

The World Cup begins a day earlier than originally scheduled with the opening ceremony taking place before the host nation kicks off the tournament on Nov 20 against Ecuador.

It will be the first World Cup staged in the Middle East and has been pushed back to later in the year than its typical June to July schedule to avoid the region’s punishing summer heat.

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