Qatar World Cup: 1.2 million tickets sold, say organisers

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Qatar World Cup: 1.2 million tickets sold, say organisers

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Qatar World Cup : 1.2 million tickets sold, say organisers

DOHA, June 22 — About 1.2 million tickets have been sold for this year’s World Cup in Qatar, organisers said today, putting a figure on sales for the first time. Chief...

Wednesday, 22 Jun 2022 9:30 PM MYTDOHA, June 22 — About 1.2 million tickets have been sold for this year’s World Cup in Qatar, organisers said today, putting a figure on sales for the first time.Chief organiser Hassan Al-Thawadi said there had been “record-breaking” demand for the November-December World Cup, the first held in the Middle East.

“I think about 1.2 million tickets have already been purchased,” he told the Qatar Economic Forum.“So people are actually buying and people are excited to come there. There’s no doubt about that.”The figure was confirmed by organising committee officials, who said there were about 40 million requests in the two phases of sales.

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Wednesday, 22 Jun 2022 9:30 PM MYT DOHA, June 22 — About 1.2 million tickets have been sold for this year’s World Cup in Qatar, organisers said today, putting a figure on sales for the first time. Credit: Twitter/@FabrizioRomano BERLIN : Mario Goetze, who scored the winning goal in the 2014 World Cup final for Germany, is reportedly set to return to the Bundesliga by signing for Europa League winners Eintracht Frankfurt. Chief organiser Hassan Al-Thawadi said there had been “record-breaking” demand for the November-December World Cup, the first held in the Middle East. It was subsequently listed as, “Taiwan, Province of China”, terminology that equally angers Taiwan’s government and many of its people, and then changed again to just “Taiwan”, earning praise from the government in Taipei. “I think about 1. Eintracht are said to be ready to meet the buy-out clause, said to be four million euros ($4.2 million tickets have already been purchased,” he told the Qatar Economic Forum.3 billion) combined according to analysts, are among 23 grounded A350s at the centre of a US$1 billion London court battle over whether the damage represents a potential safety risk, something Airbus strongly denies.

“So people are actually buying and people are excited to come there. Goetze sat out the start of pre-season training with Eindhoven on Monday as the club said the attacking midfielder was busy “finalising a transfer”. Taiwan’s Foreign Ministry condemned the move, saying organisers were “unable to strictly reject the intervention of improper political forces”. There’s no doubt about that.” The figure was confirmed by organising committee officials, who said there were about 40 million requests in the two phases of sales. Goetze burst onto the scene in the 2010/11 season as a fresh-faced teenager whose goals helped Dortmund win the first of back-to-back Bundesliga titles. Qatari capital Doha, with a population of about 2. Taiwan’s democratically-elected government rejects China’s sovereignty claims, saying only the island’s people can decide their own future.4 million, is bracing itself for the huge influx of visitors, with hotel accommodation extremely scarce. Goetze's arrival would boost the attack of Frankfurt, who beat Rangers in the Europa League final last month and finished 11th in Germany's top flight. Surface damage seen on Qatar Airways' airbus A350 parked at Qatar airways aircraft maintenance hangar in Doha June 20, 2022.

Some fans will stay in 1,000 traditional Qatari tents, while others will sleep on cruise ships docked in Doha. — AFP Advertisement . Taiwan has no diplomatic relations with Qatar, which, like most countries, only recognises China’s government.