FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021

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Thrilling action awaits football enthusiasts in the region as sixteen of the best national teams from the Arab world gear up for the upcoming FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021.

Set to kick off on Tuesday, November 30, 2021, the tournament will not only shine a spotlight on the region’s passion for football but also present an opportunity to test operations and facilities before the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.

The tournament will run during a similar time slot as the historic FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 with the final game scheduled to take place on December 18, Qatar National Day, which is a public holiday.

Thirty-two matches will take place over 19 days from November 30 to December 18, 2021, at six Qatar 2022 stadiums including Al Bayt Stadium and Ras Abou Aboud Stadium, which will be officially inaugurated during the tournament.

Tickets for the upcoming FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021 are now available over the counter at the FIFA Venue Ticketing Centre (FVTC) at the Doha Exhibition Center.

The ticketing center, which is easily accessible from Al Qassar metro station, will offer mobile ticket support and problem resolution, FIFA said in a press statement. Fans can also collect their Hay’ya Card (Fan ID) at the counter.

During the current last-minute sales phase, which will run until the end of the tournament, tickets are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis and confirmed immediately after payment.

FIFA confirmed that tickets are still available for all 32 matches, including for the curtain-raisers on November 30 at Al Bayt (hosts Qatar v. Bahrain) and Ras Abu Aboud (UAE v. Syria), as well as for the final on December 18, Qatar National Day.


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