2018 FIFA World Cup™ ticket sales will resume on 16 November 2017, 12:00 Moscow time (10:00 Central European Time), on FIFA.com/tickets on a first-come, first-served basis.
A total of 622,117 tickets were successfully allocated (subject to payment) upon conclusion of the first window of sales phase 1 on 12 October 2017. Some 3,496,204 tickets had initially been requested with many ticket products and matches being heavily oversubscribed, requiring the allocation of tickets through a random selection draw process carried out in the presence of a public notary.
During this process FIFA also identified a number of ticket applications that were not eligible to enter into the random selection draw, for example ticket applications for team-specific ticket series for teams that are no longer able to qualify, as well as ticket applications that violated the household restrictions (of a max. of 4 tickets for up to 7 matches).
During the upcoming sales period, which will start on 16 November at 12:00 am MSK and conclude on 28 November, fans will be able to purchase tickets in real time on FIFA.com/tickets
Tickets may be purchased using payment cards of Visa, the Official Payment Services Partner of FIFA, or by other accepted payment methods. To find out more about payment methods, please click here.
Special access tickets
FIFA will also make a dedicated allocation of tickets available for disabled people, people with limited mobility and fans classified as obese. For more information, please click here.
Full information about ticket sales for the 2018 FIFA World Cup is available on FIFA.com/tickets.
At the request of the Russian authorities, all fans attending matches at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia need to apply for a FAN ID – the official identity document issued to fans. Fans are encouraged to apply for this free document as soon as possible after they have received their ticket confirmation email.
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For further details, please visit www.fan-id.ru.