Tickets are affordably priced and available for fans across the world. WAM
The last-minute sales phase for the FIFA Club World Cup 2021 presented by Alibaba Cloud, started online on Friday.
Tickets during the Visa Presale phase were in huge demand; including the final on Feb.12 and semi-finals featuring Palmeiras and Chelsea on Feb.8-9.
Fans will have the opportunity to grab seats for highly anticipated matches via FIFA.com/tickets starting at 14:00 UAE time.
With just under one month to go until the start of the tournament, a range of affordable tickets have been made available via FIFA.com/tickets. Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis throughout the tournament and fans are advised to monitor FIFA.com/tickets for ticket availability and updates.
Seven international teams will take part in the knock-out tournament, with the opening match taking place on Thursday 3rd February between UAE representative Al Jazira FC and the Oceania Football Confederation’s nominee, AS Pirae.
The other five qualified teams are champions of Concacaf (CF Monterrey), UEFA (Chelsea), CONMEBOL (Palmeiras), the AFC (Al Hilal SFC), and CAF (Al Ahly SC).
All matches will take place in two stadiums - the Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium and Al Nahyan Stadium - both of which have been prepared to offer world-class health and safety standards, guaranteeing an enjoyable and safe experience for football fans and the community.
Tickets are affordably priced and available for fans across the world, starting at just Dhs20 for a Category 4 ticket up to Dhs200 for a Category 1 final ticket.
Visa, the Official Payment Services Partner of FIFA, is the preferred payment method of the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2021.
Strict COVID-19 measures are in place to ensure a safe environment during the tournament, in order to protect the health and safety of everyone involved.
Ticketholders must present their Green Pass on Alhosn, showing their fully vaccinated status and a negative PCR test result valid for no more than 48 hours to gain entry to the venue.
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