The first wave of tickets for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia will go on sale on Thursday. Fans will be able to submit their applications via Fifa’s website and tickets will be sold in two phases.
Tickets prices will range from seventy pounds for a second-round match to eight hundred and twenty-nine pounds for the final in Moscow.
In line with previous ticketing policies, Russian residents will have a special price category with tickets starting at seventeen pounds. The tournament begins on the fourteenth of June with Russia playing the opener at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.
Seven countries have already booked their places alongside the hosts; five-time winners Brazil, Belgium, Iran, Mexico, Japan, Saudi Arabia and South Korea