FIFA Arab Cup Tickets Go On Sale


With roughly two months to go until the FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021™, fans have another chance to secure their tickets for the first FIFA pan-Arab tournament as of 28 September) via, starting at 12:00 AST/11:00 CET.

A random selection of draws applied during the exclusive Visa Presale, spots will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Confirmation of the draws will happen immediately after payment.

FIFA Arab Cup Tickets

Tickets for all matches are still available, including the curtain-raisers at two brand-new stadiums that will be used at the FIFA World Cup 2022™: the stunning Al Bayt and the groundbreaking Ras Abu Aboud.

Those landmark inaugurations headlines an action-packed first matchday at the FIFA Arab Cup.

Al Bayt welcoming fans for the first time to host Qatar’s opener against Bahrain at 19:00 local time.

Ras Abu Aboud will do the honours for the encounter between the UAE and Syria at 22:00.

As the timings of three matches on that day have been slightly adjusted.

Arab cup fans

Meanwhile, tickets already purchased for these matches remain valid despite the changed kick-off times.

Fans will be able to attend two out of the four matches taking place daily during the group stage, as long as there are four hours in between kick-offs to allow enough time to get to the second stadium using public transport.

Team-specific ticket series will also be available once again during this sales phase.

The phase will conclude on Tuesday, 12 October at 12:00 AST/11:00 CET.

Finally, the last-minute sales phase will start on Tuesday, 2 November and run until the end of the tournament.

A selection of affordable tickets will also be available.

Affordable prices ranging from QAR 25 for a category 4 ticket (Qatar residents only).

For the group matches, QAR 245 will go for a category 1 ticket for the final.


FIFA ARAB CUP: Regional talent on display

The FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021 will offer a glimpse of what to expect one year later at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™.

During the first FIFA Arab cup, spectators and competitors alike will experience Qatar’s hospitality as 16 teams from across the Arab world take the pitch between Tuesday, 30 November and Saturday, 18 December 2021.

Fan-ID will also be mandatory for all ticket holders that attend the FIFA Arab Cup 2021™ matches.

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