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FIFA World Cup Tickets

The World Cup is one of the most significant and prestigious football competitions in the world. Giving all nations the opportunity to compete on the world stage, the World Cup is always a spectacular tournament, full of drama. Compare prices and buy World Cup tickets here.

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The FIFA World Cup is undoubtedly the biggest sporting event in the world and is viewed by millions of people from all over the globe. This year, it will be held in Qatar, and take place from the end of November through to December.  32 national teams will be participating in the notorious tournament in the hopes of taking home the prestigious trophy. There are a few countries that are considered to be serious title contenders, however, nothing is guaranteed in football, and it’s still all to play for. You can buy tickets to see games at the World Cup 2022 at Ticket Compare.

Group Fixtures

  • Sunday 20th November
Qatar vs Ecuador 
  • Monday 21st November 
England vs Iran  Senegal vs Netherlands  USA vs Wales 
  • Tuesday 22nd November 
Argentina vs Saudi Arabia  Denmark vs Tunisia  Mexico vs Poland  France vs Australia 
  • Wednesday 23rd November
Morocco vs Croatia  Germany vs Japan  Spain vs Costa Rica Belgium vs Canada 
  • Thursday 24th November 
Switzerland vs Cameroon  Uruguay vs South Korea  Portugal vs Ghana  Brazil vs Serbia 
  • Friday 25th November 
Wales vs Iran  Qatar vs Senegal  Netherlands vs Ecuador  England vs USA 
  • Saturday 26th November 
Tunisia vs Australia  Poland vs Saudi Arabia  France vs Denmark  Argentina vs Mexico 
  • Sunday 27th November
Japan vs Costa Rica Belgium vs Morocco  Croatia vs Canada  Spain vs Germany 
  • Monday 28th November 
Cameroon vs Serbia  South Korea vs Ghana  Brazil vs Switzerland  Portugal vs Uruguay 
  • Tuesday 29th November
Ecuador vs Senegal  Netherlands vs Qatar  Iran vs USA  Wales vs England 
  • Wednesday 30th November
Tunisia vs France Australia vs Denmark Poland vs Argentina  Saudi Arabia vs Mexico
  • Thursday 1st December 
Croatia vs Belgium Canada vs Morocco Japan vs Spain Costa Rica vs Germany
  • Friday 2nd December
South Korea vs Portugal  Ghana vs Uruguay  Serbia vs Switzerland Cameroon vs Brazil

History of the World Cup

Before the World Cup was formed, the most prestigious football event was the tournament arranged as part of the Summer Olympics. However, by the 1920s, the game was facing a transition into professionalism that wasn't in keeping with Olympic sports. The first official World Cup tournament was played in Uruguay in 1930, where only 13 teams participated, and were divided into four groups. The tournament ended with a 4-2 victory for Uruguay. It has since been held every four years (with exceptions during the Second World War in 1942 and 1946). The current champions are France, who won their second title at the 2018 World Cup, held in Russia. 

World Cup Winners

The trophy has only been won by eight national teams. Brazil has the highest number of victories, taking the title an impressive five times. They are also the only team to have played in every tournament. Other winners include Germany and Italy, who have both won four times; Argentina, France, and Uruguay, with two titles; and finally England and Spain, with one each.

World Cup 2022 Favourites

The favourites to win the World Cup this year are Brazil, closely followed by teams such as France, Belgium, England, Spain, and Argentina. You can purchase tickets to see their games at Ticket Compare.

Host Cities & Stadiums for Qatar 2022

Seven new stadiums have been built in and around Doha to host the 64 matches. Each stadium can accommodate at least 40,000 spectators and will promise an incredible atmosphere. 

List of Stadiums

  • Lusail Iconic Stadium in Lusail
  • Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor 
  • Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah
  • Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Khalifa International Stadium and Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan
  • Stadium 974 and Al Thumama Stadium in Doha


How Much Does a Ticket for the World Cup Cost?

Category-one tickets cost around 800 Qatari riyals, which roughly equates to £160. Category-two tickets are priced at around £120. These prices are significantly higher in the secondary market.

How Do I Buy a World Cup Ticket?

Due to high demand, World Cup tickets can be difficult to get your hands on. You can buy World Cup 2022 tickets at Ticket Compare from our trusted vendors.

Can I Still Buy Tickets for the World Cup 2022?

Limited tickets are still available, and you can find them here at Ticket Compare.