How to apply for tickets for the fifa world cup

How to apply for tickets for the fifa world cup

Poland has the honor to host the 22nd edition of the FIFA U-20 World Cup. The tournament is scheduled to take place between 23 May and 15 June 2019. It will mark the first time a FIFA tournament is organised in Poland.

Twenty-four qualified teams, including Poland as the host nation, will compete to win the title. Fifty-two matches will be played across the following six venues: Bielsko-Biała, Bydgoszcz, Gdynia, Łódź, Lublin and Tychy. The opening match and final will take place in Łódź.

Ticketing Information

Sales Phases

Fans can apply for Tickets for the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2019 during the following Sales Phases:

Visa Presale

Visa, the preferred payment method of the FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019, is pleased to have offered its cardholders exclusive access to apply for FIFA U-20 World Cup match Tickets from Tuesday 26 February 2019, 12:00 (CET) until 5 March 2019, 12:00 (CET).

How to apply for tickets for the fifa world cup

First Come First Served Phase

From Thursday, 7 March 2019, 13:00 CET until 15 June 2019, Tickets will be available to the General Public.

Fans can purchase their Tickets with the following payment methods:

Visa payment cards
Other accepted payment cards

Both Sales Phases will operate on a first come first served basis.

The dates given above are all subject to possible change without prior notice which will be communicated here.

How to apply for Tickets

All Tickets available to the general public are exclusively available here.

My Ticket Applications

To access your Ticketing Account and see your Applicant Information and a summary of your previous Ticket Applications for the FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019, please click “My Ticket Applications”.

Ticket Prices

Ticket prices for the General Public range from 10 Polish Zloty (“PLN”) for a group match in Category 2 to 40 PLN for the final in Category 1.

For certain Matches, FIFA is offering Reduced Visibility Tickets which correspond to seats with reduced visibility of the field of play. Such Reduced Visibility Tickets will be located in Category 2 designated sections of the Stadium, and are available at a discounted price of 50% of the price for a Category 2 Ticket for the corresponding Match.

The prices indicated here are for all Ticket Products and categories, which are available for the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2019, and include all applicable taxes.

Please note, that all Ticket prices apply to both adults and children, regardless of the age of a child.

Special Access Tickets correspond to a dedicated allocation of Tickets for disabled people and people with limited mobility. Please be courteous to the other fans, and only apply for these Tickets if you truly require them. They are limited in number due to Stadia configuration. If you apply for Special Access Tickets, you are required to provide proof of eligibility documents as part of the Ticket Application process. If not already provided and approved online, such proof of eligibility documents must be provided at the entrance to the Stadium.

Ticket Categories

Find out more about price categories offered for the Tickets for the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2019.

Payment Methods

During Visa Presale, the following payment methods are accepted:

Visa payment cards only

During First Come First Served Sales Period, the following payment methods are accepted:

Visa payment cards

Other accepted payment cards

How to apply for tickets for the fifa world cup

Special Access Tickets

In each Stadium and for all Matches FIFA is offering a dedicated allocation of Tickets available for application by disabled people and people with limited mobility.

Ticket Delivery

Tickets for FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019 will be distributed to successful Ticket Applicants as e-Tickets to be printed by the Customer.

Find out more about Ticket Delivery and how to print your Tickets.

Ticket Transfer and Resale

Information on the Transfer and Resale of Tickets for the FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019.

View the answers to the most frequently asked questions concerning ticketing for the FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019.

The 2017-18 season will be followed by the biggest event in football: the FIFA World Cup, which will be hosted by Russia this summer.

Qualification for the tournament is now complete, the groups have been drawn , and the training camps have been confirmed.

FIFA have now revealed that a total of 1,698,049 tickets have been allocated since the start of ticket sales in September 2017, with the last-minute sales phase set to commence on April 18.

On top of the 735,168 allocated in the first draw and the 568,448 tickets allocated from the second selection, FIFA allocated a further 394,433 tickets by the conclusion of the second phase.

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How can I buy World Cup tickets?

World Cup tickets are sold through FIFA.com’s ticketing service and sales began on September 14, 2017 .

FIFA initially revealed that tickets would go on sale in two phases, which would then be divided into two stages.

The first stage of phase one ran from September 14 to October 12. During this stage, all applicants had the same chance of getting tickets through a random selection draw, with notification made by November 16.

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At this point, of course, fans were applying to certain matches and venues without knowing which teams will be playing.

The second stage of phase one began on November 16 and concluded on November 28. During this period, a first-come, first-serve policy applies for the remaining allocation of tickets being sold in this window.

Phase two was split up the same way, but fans knew at that point which teams they are applying to see.

A random selection draw began on December 5, soon after the World Cup draw was made, and ran until January 31.

The second stage of phase two was open from March 13 and ended on April 3 , with tickets, once again, being allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis.

There will also be a last-minute sales phase, which will run from April 18 to July 15 – the day of the World Cup final.

How much do World Cup tickets cost?

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FIFA has split up ticket prices for the World Cup into four different categories.

Categories one, two and three will be available to fans across the world through the online ticket sales.

Category four is reserved for Russian residents and will consist of at least 350,000 tickets to be sold to local fans.

These tickets will cost less: for comparison, the cheapest category-four ticket is priced at approximately £17, compared to £80 for the cheapest from the other three categories.

Ticket prices in U.S. dollars (and Russian rubles for category four) are displayed in the graphic above. The table below shows the price conversion from U.S. dollars to British pounds as of December 2017.

Match Cat 1 Cat 2 Cat 3
Opening match (1) £412 £292 £165
Group matches (2-48) £157 £124 £79
Round of 16 (49-56) £183 £139 £86
Quarter-finals (57-60) £273 £191 £131
Semi-finals (61-62) £562 £359 £213
Third-place match (63) £273 £191 £131
Final (64) £824 £532 £341

Will World Cup tickets be on re-sale?

No – tickets will be available exclusively through FIFA.com.

The only way to transfer or resell tickets is with the written consent of FIFA, who will publish a Ticket Transfer and Resale Policy when sales begin.

In short, if you buy tickets anywhere other than FIFA.com you are risking those tickets either being counterfeit or cancelled by FIFA with no refund.

What do World Cup tickets look like?

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FIFA revealed the design for the 2018 World Cup tickets on April 6.

As well as showing key information about the match and the fans’ seating location, the tickets also include unique security features, including a barcode and hologram.

Each ticket is personalised with the name of the ticket holder – which will correspond with their Fan ID – and the back of the ticket also incorporates information such as a map of the stadium, prohibited items and an abridged version of the terms and conditions laid out by FIFA.

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Global sale begins August 20, 2013

How to apply for tickets for the fifa world cup

Fans will pay a standard $90 for tickets to see World Cup matches in Brazil next year, $10 more than in 2010 in South Africa.

Announcing ticket rates Friday, FIFA said $15 seats will be available to Brazilian students, people over 60 and members of social programs. In 2010, South African residents could pay $20.

Host nation residents will have access to at least 400,000 discounted tickets from the publicly available total of about 3 million.

However, international fans must pay from $440 to $990, in three category bands, to see the July 13 final at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

FIFA said prices start at $220 for the opening match in Sao Paulo on June 12. Top category seats will cost $495.

At the other 47 group-stage matches, seats costs $90 in the cheapest Category 3 band. Category 1 tickets will cost $175.

International fans to pay more

Prices for international fans are about 10 per cent more than four years ago in South Africa, meaning these fans may be picking up the bill for discounts to Brazilians.

The concessions to Brazilians were stipulated in a so-called World Cup bill approved last year by the Brazilian Congress. Portions of the bill — parts that grant FIFA certain tax concessions — have been called unconstitutional and are being appealed to the country’s supreme court.

“The ticketing strategy shows important achievements that Brazil has obtained, which were included in the World Cup law,” Deputy Sports Minister Luis Fernandes said at the ticket announcement.

Despite the discounts, the prices are out of reach for most people in Brazil, where the average official minimum monthly salary is about $340.

At Rio recently renovated Maracana stadium, the price of the least expensive seats have increased 30 times in eight years.

Brazil will spend about $14 billion on next year’s World Cup. The price tag was a focus of violent street protests that took place during the Confederation Cup last month, the warm-up for the World Cup.

The protests have continued with complaints about poor schools, hospitals and public services contrasted with the lavish spending on the World Cup — and an equal amount on the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

FIFA wants stadiums ready on time

FIFA marketing director Thierry Weil called on Brazilian authorities to have all 12 World Cup stadiums ready by a Dec. 31 deadline set by FIFA. Four of the six stadiums used for the Confederations Cup were late being delivered, causing ticketing confusion with some fans entering with tickets — only to find no corresponding seats, Weil said.

“We need the stadiums in time for the World Cup to be ready and to be prepared,” he said.

He also said ticket pick-up locations had to be better situated, adding that tickets would be available at the airports in all 12 host cities.

Air travel will be the main way to get around the continent-size country. Many of Brazil’s airports are outdated — notably those in Rio and Sao Paulo — with domestic connections expensive and difficult to make.

“For the World Cup, what we need to do is, we need to have ticket centres in the right locations,” Weil said.

Tickets for the World Cup will be sold globally from Aug. 20 on fifa.com. The first sales phase ends Oct. 10, and a random draw will allocate seats for oversubscribed matches.

A second sales phase opens Dec. 8, after the 32-team draw is made and the match schedule confirmed.

FIFA said buyers can request a maximum of four seats per match, and for a maximum of seven matches.

FIFA said an additional 450,000 tickets have been reserved for a corporate client program, which FIFA licensed to MATCH Hospitality for $120 million.

The total number of available tickets will not be finalized until the 12 stadiums are completed, FIFA said.

Egypt

Egypt Independent

How to apply for tickets for the fifa world cup

FIFA has officially announced ticket prices for the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2020 from February 4-11.

The tournament will join Qatar’s al-Duhail, Egypt’s Al-Ahly, Germany’s Bayern Munich, South Korea’s Ulsan Hyundai, Mexcio’s Tigres Unal and the Libertadores Cup champion to be decided on January 30.

In a statement, FIFA said that fans have an exclusive opportunity to secure match tickets on FIFA.com/tickets by using a Visa card until 12:00 AST/10:00 CET on January 21. Visa, the Official Payment Services Partner of FIFA, is the preferred payment method for fan ticket purchases of the event.

“A range of affordable tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis, with prices ranging from QAR 10 for a category 3 ticket for the first five matches up to QAR 300 for a category 1 ticket for the final,” the statement said.

And a last-minute sales phase will give fans a final chance to purchase any remaining tickets place following the exclusive Visa Presale, the website added.

FIFA said that Qatar, as host country, will provide all required safeguards to protect the health of everyone involved in the competition in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

At this time, only residents with QIDs, Gulf Cooperation Council citizens and those with exceptional entry permits (EEPs) can enter the country, subject to State of Qatar visa and entry protocols, the statement said.

Attendees will be required to present either a negative COVID-19 antigen test, a positive COVID-19 antibodies test or record of a full vaccination, the statement reads.

The statement assured that in all stadiums and surrounding precincts, attendees must wear a mask, adhere to social distancing, undergo a temperature check on arrival and show the status of their Ehteraz track and trace application. Clinics will be set up within each tournament venue to treat anyone who displays COVID-19 symptoms.

The FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2020 will see the world’s top teams come together to compete for the most prestigious honor in global club football, it added.

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  • 2010 FIFA World Cup Ticket Prices

    The following prices were announced at the recent preliminary draw in Durban. All prices are in USD. Category 4 is reserved to South African residents and will be sold exclusively in ZAR.

    Match

    Cat. 1

    Cat. 2

    Cat. 3

    Cat. 4

    Additionally, here are extracts from a FIFA document which answers some questions about ticketing at the 2010 event (the original document is here). It’ll be interesting to see how they try to prevent the cheaper tickets aimed at the low income South African residents from ending up in the hands of touts…

    (1) What has been the overall philosophy behind the determination of the ticket prices?
    FIFA always aims to take into account that the FIFA World Cup™ is a premium global sporting event, irrespective of where the event is held. That is why the overall prices of tickets for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ are comparable to those for the 2006 FIFA World Cup™. Nevertheless, the ticketing operation must also reflect the specifics of the domestic market of the host country. The ticket prices for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ therefore represent a well-balanced range that acknowledges the global nature of the FIFA World Cup™ as well as the needs of the domestic market.
    (2) Why did FIFA and the LOC decide to have such low prices for category 4 tickets?
    In Germany, the cheapest tickets were priced at EUR 35 (approximately USD 51). In South Africa, the lowest price will be just USD 20. FIFA and the LOC felt there was a need to offer a significantly cheaper ticket to meet the demands of grassroots football fans who might not otherwise be able to afford to attend a FIFA World Cup™ match and thus be part of this once-in-a-lifetime experience.
    (3) What percentage of tickets will be allocated to each of the four categories?
    The percentages have not yet been determined, as they will depend on the final stadium capacities, which will not be known until each venue has been configured and the configuration of each stadium may vary from match to match. FIFA and the LOC aim to set at least 15% of the capacity of each stadium aside for category 4 tickets and will seek to increase this where possible to as much as 20% of the purchasable inventory.
    (4) How many tickets will be available for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™?
    The total number of tickets that will be made available for sale for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ has not yet been finalised and will not be confirmed until much nearer to the event. Based on the stadium configuration of previous FIFA World Cup™ final competitions and the anticipated gross capacity of the ten 2010 FIFA World Cup™ stadiums, we expect between 2.8 and 3.1 million purchasable tickets to be available for the 64 matches. This falls in line with the number of tickets that went on sale for the 2002 and the 2006 FIFA World Cup™ finals. It is important to note that the number of tickets available for sale will not correspond to the gross capacity of the stadiums because the media and VIPs will need to be accommodated, and security and other factors will also reduce the number of seats available before FIFA and the LOC are able to determine the total number of tickets that may be sold for any given match.
    (5) When will tickets be available for sale?
    The first phase of sales to the general public is expected to commence in February 2009. Hospitality programme sales will begin during the third quarter of 2008. Further information concerning other ticket sales channels such as FIFA’s Tour Operator Programme will be announced in 2008 when additional details will also be confirmed regarding subsequent ticket sales phases and the procedures that will apply for applications for tickets for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™.
    (6) Who is in charge of ticket sales?
    FIFA is the principal of all ticket sales. The ticketing operation is conducted, under the direction of FIFA and the LOC, by FIFA’s service company, MATCH.
    (7) What will you do to avoid FIFA World Cup™ tickets being sold on the parallel market? After all, their value on the parallel market could easily be as much as a year’s salary for an ordinary worker in South Africa.
    FIFA and the LOC are conscious of the fact that parallel market sales cannot be ruled out completely. However, everything is being done by all stakeholders to prevent such practices, as the main purpose of the introduction of the category 4 tickets and the ticket fund is to offer underprivileged low-income South African fans access to FIFA World Cup™ matches.
    (8) Why is the ticket fund for all South African residents and not South African citizens alone?
    For legal and other reasons, one should not discriminate on the grounds of nationality nor presume that all foreigners living in South Africa are able to afford FIFA World Cup™ tickets – this would not reflect the reality. In any event, the distribution system will be designed to ensure that, as much as possible, only underprivileged football fans are given access to these complimentary tickets.
    (9) Will these complimentary ticket fund tickets be available for all 64 matches including the final?
    Yes. However, due to the constraints of demand, it is anticipated that the majority will be for group round matches. The actual number of tickets per match will depend on the seating capacity of the stadium, the population of the catchment area, the stage of the tournament and the teams involved. Furthermore, there will be more tickets available for the majority of the 48 group round matches than for the 16 games of the knockout stages
    (10) The category 4 tickets are relatively cheap but all other categories are higher than in
    2006. Is FIFA trying to make a killing?
    No. The proceeds from the sale of tickets (after deducting VAT and operating costs from the face price of tickets) will go to the local organising committee and are its primary source of income.

    Egypt

    Egypt Independent

    How to apply for tickets for the fifa world cup

    FIFA has officially announced ticket prices for the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2020 from February 4-11.

    The tournament will join Qatar’s al-Duhail, Egypt’s Al-Ahly, Germany’s Bayern Munich, South Korea’s Ulsan Hyundai, Mexcio’s Tigres Unal and the Libertadores Cup champion to be decided on January 30.

    In a statement, FIFA said that fans have an exclusive opportunity to secure match tickets on FIFA.com/tickets by using a Visa card until 12:00 AST/10:00 CET on January 21. Visa, the Official Payment Services Partner of FIFA, is the preferred payment method for fan ticket purchases of the event.

    “A range of affordable tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis, with prices ranging from QAR 10 for a category 3 ticket for the first five matches up to QAR 300 for a category 1 ticket for the final,” the statement said.

    And a last-minute sales phase will give fans a final chance to purchase any remaining tickets place following the exclusive Visa Presale, the website added.

    FIFA said that Qatar, as host country, will provide all required safeguards to protect the health of everyone involved in the competition in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    At this time, only residents with QIDs, Gulf Cooperation Council citizens and those with exceptional entry permits (EEPs) can enter the country, subject to State of Qatar visa and entry protocols, the statement said.

    Attendees will be required to present either a negative COVID-19 antigen test, a positive COVID-19 antibodies test or record of a full vaccination, the statement reads.

    The statement assured that in all stadiums and surrounding precincts, attendees must wear a mask, adhere to social distancing, undergo a temperature check on arrival and show the status of their Ehteraz track and trace application. Clinics will be set up within each tournament venue to treat anyone who displays COVID-19 symptoms.

    The FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2020 will see the world’s top teams come together to compete for the most prestigious honor in global club football, it added.

    How to apply for tickets for the fifa world cup

    The last-minute sales phase for the FIFA Club World Cup 2019 started online on 14 November 2019. The final, the semi-final featuring Liverpool, and the double-header on 14 December were all in high demand during the Visa Presale phase, so fans who missed their first opportunity will have another shot via FIFA.com/tickets.

    With less than a month to go until the opening whistle, inventory will be made available for all matches, including the final. Online sales will continue on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to availability, until the end of the tournament. A traffic light system on the Ticketing Portal, accessible via FIFA.com/tickets, will give an indication of ticket availability at any particular point in time. As additional tickets may be released on an ongoing basis, fans should monitor the system regularly.

    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 a 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.

    How to apply for tickets for the fifa world cup

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    Doha: Ticket sales for this year’s FIFA Club World Cup, to be held in Qatar, starts today from 2pm Qatar time. The initial sale is exclusive for Visa card holders. The ticket price ranges from QR25 to QR400.

    The Club World Cup will kick off in Qatar on December 11, with the champions being crowned on December 21. In its current format featuring seven teams, the Club World Cup will consist of eight matches.

    According to the FIFA website fans can apply for tickets during the following sales phases:
    Visa Presale

    Visa is offering its cardholders exclusive access to apply for FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 match tickets from October 22, 2019 (13:00 CET / 14:00 Doha time) until October 31, 2019 (13:00 CET / 15:00 Doha time).

    First Come First Served Phase

    From November 14, 2019 (13:00 CET / 15:00 Doha time) until December 21, 2019, Tickets will be available to the General Public.

    All Tickets available to the General Public can be requested on FIFA website.

    All ticket prices apply to both adults and children, regardless of the age of a child.

    Accessibility Tickets

    There will be special allocation of tickets available for disabled people.

    Ticket Delivery

    Tickets to the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 will be distributed to successful applicants as e-tickets to be printed by the customer.

    From December 2019, customers whose applications are successful will be able to download their tickets made available within their FIFA Ticketing Account and print them at home before the match.

    Tickets will only be considered valid if they are downloaded and printed prior to the match, in exactly such a manner as described in the Customer Ticketing Account. There will be no Ticket printing facilities at the stadiums. Any (email or other) confirmations, screenshots of the ticketing account and/or documents other than the print-at-home Ticket itself will not be deemed a valid substitute for a ticket and will therefore not grant access to the stadium.