State-of-the-art stadiums and regional talent on display at the first FIFA pan-Arab football tournament
Fans can attend more than one game per day during the group stage, as well as both third‑place play-off and final
Tickets start at QAR 25 for most matches. Fan ID will grant access to the stadiums and entry permit to Qatar for traveling fans
Following the memorable inauguration of Al Thumama Stadium on Friday, the next two FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ venues to open their doors will be the stunning Al Bayt and the ground-breaking Ras Abu Aboud. Fans wishing to see these unique venues up close, as well as the best Arab football nations duelling for the title of the first FIFA Arab Cup™, can book their tickets as of tomorrow (25 October) via FIFA.com/tickets, starting at 12:00 Doha time/11:00 CET.
During this last-minute sales phase, which will run until the end of the tournament, tickets will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis and confirmed immediately after payment. Currently, tickets for all 32 matches are still up for grabs, including the curtain-raisers on 30 November at Al Bayt (hosts Qatar v. Bahrain) and Ras Abu Aboud (UAE v. Syria).
A selection of affordable tickets is available, with category 4 tickets costing QAR 25 (Qatar residents only) for all matches except the semi-finals and final. A full overview of the sales phases and ticket prices is available at FIFA.com/tickets