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FIFA Arab Cup 2021 – News – Tickets for the FIFA Arab Cup qualifiers to go on sale this week 

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FIFA Arab Cup 2021 - News - Tickets for the FIFA Arab Cup™ qualifiers to go on sale this week 

Tickets for the FIFA Arab Cup 2021™ qualifiers will go on sale on Tuesday, 15 June.

Seven qualifying matches can be held in Qatar from 19-25 June. The video games will happen on consecutive nights at two venues: Khalifa International Stadium, which can host matches throughout the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, and Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium.

Tickets priced QAR 20 can be obtainable to purchase from the Qatar Football Association web site: tickets.qfa.qa. All spectators should be aged 12 and over. Fans should both be totally vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 in the final 9 months. Fans can be in a position to buy a most of 4 tickets every.

Here is the full match schedule:

19 June (8 PM kick-off) – Libya v Sudan – Khalifa International Stadium

20 June (8 PM kick-off) – Oman v Somalia – Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium

21 June (8 PM kick-off) – Jordan v South Sudan – Khalifa International Stadium

22 June (8 PM kick-off) – Mauritania v Yemen – Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium

23 June (8 PM kick-off) – Lebanon v Djibouti – Khalifa International Stadium

24 June (8 PM kick-off) – Palestine v Comoros – Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium

25 June (8 PM kick-off) – Bahrain v Kuwait – Khalifa International Stadium

 A general view of the Jassim bin Hamad

Both stadiums have revolutionary cooling expertise for the advantage of followers and gamers. In line with Ministry of Public Health pointers, a most 30 per cent capability can be permitted for every match. 

Fans can be required to put on a masks, present their EHTERAZ tracing app and cling to social distancing. No meals or drinks can be permitted inside the stadium and followers won’t be allowed to congregate at any location in the neighborhood of the venue.

 A general view of the Khalifa International Stadium 

Fans are inspired to use public transport to attend the video games. Both stadiums are inside strolling distance of a metro station. Khalifa International Stadium is shut to Sport City Station, whereas Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium is served by Al Sudan Station. Both stations are on the Gold Line.

All the victorious groups will qualify for the FIFA Arab Cup™ finals, which can happen in Qatar later this yr, throughout an analogous timeslot as the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™. The main 9 nations, as per the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, have certified for the match robotically: Qatar (hosts), Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, United Arab Emirates and Syria.

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