211,745 FIFA Confederations Cup tickets had been sold via FIFA.com/tickets by the time the first-come, first-served sales phase came to an end at 12.00 CET today. As at previous editions of the FIFA Confederations Cup, the majority of ticket requests have come from the host country but foreign fans have also shown increased interest, particularly those from Chile who have requested more than 7,111 tickets so far.

Ticket sales will restart on 19 April when the Last Minute Sales phase kicks off at FIFA.com/tickets. In addition to these online sales, supporters will then also have the opportunity to purchase tickets at the FIFA Venue Ticketing Centres that will open on the same day in all four FIFA Confederations Cup host cities – Saint Petersburg, Sochi, Kazan and Moscow. The location details and opening hours of the FIFA Venue Ticketing Centres will be published on FIFA.com/tickets in due course.

All tickets purchased by 5 April will be delivered via courier service starting in May 2017. It will not be possible to collect these tickets from the FIFA Venue Ticketing Centres. Tickets purchased online as of 19 April are to be picked up from the FIFA Venue Ticketing Centres.

To attend matches at the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017, all ticket holders need to apply for a Fan ID from www.fan-id.ru. Each individual needs to obtain one personalised Fan ID, irrespective of the number of matches that will be attended or the number of ticket applications submitted. FIFA does not assume any liability or responsibility in respect of the application, issuance and use of such identification documents (Fan ID).