The World Cup in Qatar begins in November. The world governing body FIFA has now launched the second phase of advance ticket sales.
About seven months before the start of the World Cup in Qatar, the second phase of ticket sales has begun. As the world association FIFA announced on Tuesday, requests can be made until 28 April. The tickets will then be allocated by lottery.
Accordingly, single tickets as well as four-stadium tickets for matches in four different arenas and tickets for all group matches of a team can be ordered.
Due to the short distances between the stadiums, it is also possible for the first time to apply for tickets for up to two matches per day, according to FIFA.
Around 800,000 tickets were sold in the first sales phase, and a total of around two million tickets are available for free sale.