- Fans from the UK (14%) and Brazil (4%) complete the top three.
- Tickets for the final, the semi-final featuring Liverpool FC and the second round were all snapped up.
- Additional ticket inventory will be made available on 14 November.
As football fans in South America and Asia eagerly wait to find out the continental champions that will represent them at the competition, the exclusive Visa Presale for the FIFA Club World Cup 2019™ presented by Alibaba Cloud concluded today with a total of 27,896 tickets allocated.
A total of 60% of those were secured by fans based in the host nation Qatar, with the United Kingdom (14%) and Brazil (4%) also making the top three. All the tickets made available for the second-round double-header, the semi-final featuring Liverpool and the final were snapped up.
Fans hoping for another chance to secure their spot will be able to do so exclusively via FIFA.com/tickets from 13:00 CET (15:00 in Doha) on 14 November 2019. Visa, the Official Payment Services Partner of FIFA, is the preferred payment method for the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019.
Matches will be played from 11 to 21 December at three venues in Qatar. The full match schedule can be found on FIFA.com. Tickets are affordably priced in three categories, ranging from QAR 25 for Category 3 tickets to the first three matchdays up to QAR 400 for Category 1 tickets for the double-header comprising the third-place play-off and the final (a full overview is available here). Fans applying for a single ticket for double-header matchdays will be able to attend both games at the stadium. From December, fans whose ticket applications are successful will be able to download their tickets within their FIFA Ticketing Account at FIFA.com/tickets and print them at home before the match.
FIFA will also be operating a resale platform on FIFA.com/tickets, which will offer ticket holders the opportunity to resell tickets upon interest from a third party. More information regarding the FIFA Resale Policy and the FIFA resale platform will be made available in due course on the competition’s ticketing page, where fans can already find a comprehensive FAQ document in English and Arabic.