News - FIFA Confederations Cup: last-minute sales phase starts
News - FIFA Confederations Cup: last-minute sales phase starts

FIFA Confederations Cup: last-minute sales phase starts

FIFA Confederations Cup: last-minute sales phase starts
Thursday, 20 April 2017, 08:04

Fans from all over the world will, as of 12:00 CET (13:00 Moscow time) today, have the opportunity to purchase tickets for the FIFA Confederations Cup as the last-minute sales phase starts on FIFA.com/tickets.

Tickets for all matches of the Tournament of Champions – including Special Access Tickets for disabled people, people with limited mobility and obese people – will be available. During this sales phase, which will close on 2 July, tickets will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis as a real-time transaction, subject to availability. Fans interested in tickets are advised to purchase as soon as the sales phase starts as certain ticket categories for specific matches may become unavailable at any moment.

special section on FIFA.com/tickets will enable fans to check the ticket availability for all FIFA Confederations Cup matches.

Tickets purchased online as of 19 April are to be picked up from the FIFA Venue Ticketing Centres (FVTC), which will be operated by FIFA in all host cities. All tickets purchased in earlier sales phases will be delivered via courier service starting in May 2017. It will not be possible to collect these tickets from the FIFA Venue Ticketing Centres (FVTC). More information about ticket delivery and collection is available at FIFA.com/tickets.

As requested by the Russian authorities, to be able to attend matches at the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017, all ticket holders need to apply for a Fan ID from www.fan-id.ru. Each individual needs to obtain one personalised Fan ID, irrespective of the number of matches that will be attended or the number of ticket applications submitted. FIFA does not assume any liability or responsibility in respect of the application, issuance and use of such identification documents (Fan ID). 

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