Tickets for the 2021 Arab Cup will be released tomorrow in front of the public

Tickets for the 2021 Arab Cup will be released tomorrow in front of the public

The Organizing Committee of the Arab Cup, which will be held in Qatar next December, announced that tickets for the tournament will be launched from tomorrow, Tuesday.

Tickets can be obtained through the official website of the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA).

Egypt will play in the tournament, which will be held from November 30 to December 12, in Group D alongside Algeria, Lebanon and Sudan.

According to the official FIFA website:

Tickets are available for all matches of the tournament, including matches from two 2022 World Cup stadiums.

They will be unveiled during the tournament, namely Al Bayt Stadium, which will witness the opening and final of the tournament, and Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, which will be the first stadium to be completely dismantled in the history of the World Cup.

Fans can attend two out of four matches per day during the group stage, as long as there are four hours between kick-off.

Another, to allow fans to travel to the stadium for the next match using public transportation.

A variety of tickets are available at prices ranging from 25 Qatari riyals for category four tickets (for residents of Qatar only).

This is during the group stage, and 245 Qatari riyals for tickets for the first category during the final match.

In light of the current challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic around the world.

And according to the procedures previously applied during the Club World Cup 2020, and the qualifiers for the 2021 Arab Cup last June.

The host country will apply all safeguards; To ensure the health and safety of all competition participants.

All attendees must adhere to the travel instructions issued by the Qatari authorities and the directives of the Ministry of Public Health.

More information will be published later on about the precautionary measures to prevent COVID-19.

For entry to the 2021 Arab Cup stadiums, until today, ticket holders must obtain the full dose of one of the Covid-19 vaccines approved by the Ministry of Public Health in Qatar.

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