According to a tweet from the Ministry of Justice, anyone who sells, resells, or exchanges world cup match tickets without authorization from FIFA would be subject to a punishment of no more than QR 250,000.
Under no circumstances, including any use or attempted use of tickets for advertising, promotions, incentive programs, sweepstakes, contests, giveaways, raffles, or as part of the hotel, flight, hospitality, or travel packages, may the offer for sale, sell, offer at auctions, give away, attempt to transfer, or engage a third party to facilitate or solicit offers for the transfer of tickets, whether physically or online, read a statement on the website.
يعاقب القانون بغرامة مالية لا تزيد عن 250000 ريال كل من أصدر أو باع أو أعاد البيع أو تبادل التذاكر دون ترخيص من الفيفا، وفقا لقانون رقم (10) لسنة 2021 بشأن تدابير استضافة كأس العالم#العدل_قطر#توعية_قانونية#حياتنا_والقانون pic.twitter.com/KecCvQK7Pz
— وزارة العدل – قطر (@mojgovqa) July 27, 2022
As long as there are still concerns about Covid-19, ticket sales for the Qatar World Cup were started in January 2022 at a discount, with locals and migrant workers able to attend matches for just $11. FIFA, the organization that oversees football, has launched a raffle that allows foreign fans to purchase individual match tickets for as little as $69, which is around one-third less than at Russia 2018, although a ticket for the tournament final may cost as much as $1,607. Tickets will be available to Qataris for as little as $11, including migrant workers whose treatment has been a point of contention for the organizers.
From November 21 to December 18, 2022, Qatar will host the World Cup. The first game will take place at Lusail Stadium on November 21, and the championship game will follow on December 18 – Qatar’s national holiday. The tournament will be the first time the largest event in football is held in the Middle East, and 32 teams, including the hosts Qatar, have qualified.
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