The excitement for the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2022 taking place in Qatar is rising, as tickets sales launched at reduced prices on Wednesday with residents and migrant workers being able to attend the game at just $11 as concern continues over COVID-19.
As of now, the authorities haven’t confirmed the number of people being allowed into the stadium for the first World cup being conducted in an Arab nation.
Football’s world governing body, FIFA opened a draw that offers match tickets to individuals for as low as $69 for international fans. It is about one-third less than the last FIFA conducted in Russia, but the ticket for the finals could cost $1,607. The residents of Qatar including the migrant labourers whose treatment was a source of argument for the organizers can now afford tickets for as low as $11.
Fans who claim now for different packages, regarding individual games or following a team, or even for special stadium tickets would go into the draw after the first deadline on February 8. FIFA said that fans who are fortunate in a random draw will be informed by March 8.
The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 will begin from November 21st to December 18. It will consist of 32 teams and it is scheduled to be the 22nd running of the FIFA world cup competition.