Tickets for the World Cup went on sale on Thursday, September 14 According to FIFA, fans will not only be able to buy individual tickets but also ticket packages for multiple matches involving a specific team or host city.

Tickets went on sale inA�two phases, which were each divided into two stages. The first stage ofA�phase onebegan on September 14 and ended on October 12. During this stage, it did not make a difference what day applications were submitted; they all had the same chance of success, with notification to be delivered by November 16.

The second stage of phase one beganA�on November 16 and concludedA�on November 28. During this period, tickets were allocated to applicants on a first-come, first-served basis.

Phase twoA�beganA�after the draw for the World Cup, with a random-selection approach – like in the first stage of phase one – applied for the first period between December 5 to January 31.

The second stage of phase two begins on March 13 and ends on April 3, with tickets being allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

There will also be a last-minute sales phase, which will run from April 18 to July 15 – the day of the World Cup final.

How much do World Cup tickets cost?

The individual tickets are split up into four categories and the prices for each category – converted to British pounds from U.S. dollars – are shown below. Tickets from category four are only available to Russian residents, and have been converted from rubles.

Most tickets will be sold in advance online, but ‘last-minute’ tickets for games that have not already sold out will also be available to buy during the tournament at sales centres in Russia.

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