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How to buy World Cup tickets

September 15th, 2009 by Clark Edenson · No Comments · Football, Tickets

Ticket applications submitted during this period will be processed, subject to availability, on a first come, first served basis. Tickets can be applied for and purchased at Fifa's official website.

Following the draw, on 4 December, the third sales phase will run from 5 December until 22 January. Ticket applications during this period will go into a ballot. All remaining tickets will go into the fourth sales phase, between 9 February and 7 April, and the fifth sales phase, 15 April until the end of the tournament. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

Each individual can purchase a maximum of four tickets per match for up to seven matches.

Opening match

£120-£270

Other group games

£48-£97

Second round

£60-£120

Quarter-final

£90-£181

Semi-final

£151-£362

Final

£241-£543

Individual match tickets for the opening match, the semi-finals and the final are currently unavailable. Fifa is also selling team specific tickets for the finals, with which fans are guaranteed tickets to all games their country plays in. Tickets are no longer available for England.

Tickets will also be available through englandfans, the official England supporters' club. Only members will be eligible to apply for tickets once England's fixtures and ticket allocations are known, with applications going into a ballot if the tickets are oversubscribed. Online membership costs £68.51 for seniors and £39.15 for juniors.

What happens now

10 Oct

England play in Ukraine in their penultimate World Cup qualifier

14 Oct

The qualification campaign ends with Belarus' trip to Wembley

14 Nov

The final qualifiers are played

4 Dec

Finals draw in Cape Town

11 June

Opening game, Johannesburg

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