FIFA announces Qatar 2022 World Cup tickets for sale by direct purchase

FIFA announces Qatar 2022 World Cup tickets for sale by direct purchase

The International Football Association, FIFA, announced today, Wednesday, the launch of tickets for the Qatar World Cup 2022 matches, which will be held at the end of this year, through direct purchase, within the framework of a protocol to determine the stages of ticket sales over the current period until the start of the tournament.

And FIFA published a statement, on its official website, in which it confirmed that it had launched a new phase of selling tickets for the Qatar 2022 World Cup through direct purchase, from some outlets, starting today, Wednesday, after the stability between the organizing committee for the tournament in Qatar with FIFA on its launch today. .

The Qatar 2022 World Cup will start next November, with many teams qualifying for the tournament, during the recent period, in the continents of Europe, South America and Asia, provided that the remaining teams will be decided during the current international break that will witness the World Cup qualifiers for Europe. , and a play-off in the continent of Africa.

Millions of football fans are awaiting FIFA Week, during the international break, to hold the matches of the teams in the World Cup qualifiers during the current March to determine the qualification of 14 teams to the World Cup Qatar 2022.

And 15 teams qualified for the World Cup in the previous stages of the qualifiers, and it is expected that 14 seats in the 2022 World Cup will be decided during the March break, to complete the number of qualified directly.

Africa wins 5 seats

5 African teams qualify for the 2022 World Cup, which will be determined after the holding of the play-off in the current suspension period, as 10 teams qualified for the decisive stage of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, and the draw resulted in 5 home and away matches.

So that the winning team qualifies from each confrontation, where Senegal will face its Egyptian counterpart, Algeria will play against Cameroon, Tunisia will meet its Mali counterpart, Morocco will face its rival the Democratic Republic of Congo, while Nigeria will clash with Ghana.

The first leg matches will be played on Friday, March 25, while the return match will be played on March 29.

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