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FIFA, the world football governing body, released data on Friday on ticket demand for the 2022 Qatar World Cup, which begins in November. According to FIFA, 23.5 million tickets were requested from around the world during the recent random selection draw sale period, which ended on 28 April. According to the data, Argentina is ahead of the pack in submitting the highest number of ticket applications. By single country.

Brazil, England, France, Mexico, Saudi Arabia and the United States are next on the list in terms of ticket demand for the upcoming World Cup group stage fixtures. Argentina vs. Mexico, Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia, England vs. USA, and Poland vs. Argentina are the most popular matches among fans applying for tickets.

“During the last sale, Qataris continued to show their support for the World Cup, joining the top applicants by fans living in Argentina, Brazil, England, France, Mexico, Saudi Arabia and the United States. The most coveted matches were between Saudi Arabia, England vs USA and Poland vs Argentina, “FIFA said in a statement.

Argentina have appeared in three of the top four most-sought-after matches, showing Lionel Messi’s enduring appeal even as he moves towards the end of his career. Fans are aware that the upcoming World Cup could be Messi’s last major international competition, as Argentina sees a high demand for tickets to the game.

Ticket Allotment

Before allocating tickets, FIFA will verify that requests submitted by fans meet sales rules and family restrictions. FIFA has said that if demand exceeds the number of tickets available for sale, tickets will be allocated through a random selection draw process. Fans who have applied for tickets will be notified of the sale via email next month. Those who will be able to secure tickets for the 2022 World Cup will need to apply for a Haya card and book accommodation.

“Fans who did not apply or did not succeed in this random selection draw sale period will have one more chance to secure some of the most sought-after tickets on the planet during the first first-of-its-kind service, which will be launched on FIFA ৷ com / tickets in a timely manner,” the statement added. Has done.

Golam Muktadir, chief editor at Surprise Sports (Leading Sports News Website). He is sharing his World Cup Football thoughts, trending news, and real-time Qatar World Cup updates.

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