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The top 5 matches with the highest demand for tickets for the Qatar 2022 World Cup


Jun-11 20:46 first published at 20:46 PM

The Qatar 2022 World Cup will begin on November 21, and despite the fact that big competitions are currently being held or will be held, the World Cup will take precedence. According to a research published by The Times, the most popular World Cup matches had the biggest demand for tickets.

The World Cup in Qatar in 2022 is just around the corner. On November 21, it will begin. The most important soccer tournament in the world will feature 32 national teams; 30 have already qualified, and it is unclear whether Peru, Australia, Costa Rica, or New Zealand will fill the final two spots.

The players, the coaches, and the supporters are all nervous. Important events, like as the UEFA Nations League, are already being played, and leagues and the UEFA Champions League will begin to be played in a few months, but the World Cup takes precedence.

According to a research published by The Times, the most popular World Cup matches had the biggest demand for tickets. Qatar, the host country, does not figure on the list of the most popular matches, according to the data.

The top five World Cup matches with the biggest ticket demand for Qatar 2022

The World Cup Final, which will be held on December 18, is expected to be the most popular match. According to the rankings, 3 million tickets have been ordered for the event at the Lusail Stadium. The stadium has a seating capacity of 94,500 people.

The matches in which the Argentine national team will compete in the group stage are the ones for which the most tickets have been booked. The last match, Argentina’s three matches, and the match between England and the United States make up the Top 5.

The match between Argentina and Mexico, which will be contested on Saturday, November 26 at the Education City Stadium in Doha, is the second match with the most ticket requests. The stadium can hold 45,350 people, and 2.5 million tickets have been purchased.

The encounter between Argentina and Saudi Arabia at the Lusail Stadium is the third game with the biggest demand for tickets. A total of 1.4 million tickets were purchased. The match between England and the United States Men’s National Team, scheduled for November 25, has received the same number of ticket requests.

The fifth-highest ticket demand is for Argentina’s match against Poland on November 30 at the Lusail Stadium, where 1,100,000 tickets have been ordered.

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