Worldwide demand for tickets to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 has risen dramatically since the start of ticket sales on July 1. Over 1.2 million tickets were sought by fans throughout the globe in the first 24 hours of the inaugural sales period, according to Ticketmaster.
Qatari supporters were the most in demand, followed by fans from Argentina, Mexico, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, England, India, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, and France, in that order.
A total of more than 140,000 tickets have been requested for the final, which will take place on December 18th at Lusail Stadium, while more than 80,000 tickets have been requested for the first match.
In this initial sales session, fans were allowed to submit their ticket applications at their convenience at any point in time. It makes no difference whether applications are made on the first day, the final day, or any time in between during this first phase, since all tickets will be distributed after the end of the ticket application period, regardless of when they are received.
The allocation of tickets will be done via a random selection draw method if the number of tickets applied for exceeds the number of available tickets in either the local or foreign market.
The results of all applications will be sent to all applicants, whether they were successful, partly successful, or failed on Tuesday March 8th, along with the procedures to be taken and the date by which they must pay for the tickets they have been allotted.