Wednesday, 20 September 2017

500 Thousand 2018 World Cup Tickets Start For Sale

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500 Thousand 2018 World Cup Tickets Start For Sale

500 Thousand 2018 World Cup Tickets Start For Sale

As many as 500 thousand tickets to 2018 World Cup matches have been booked football fans around the world.

Quoted from the page RBTH Indonesia, Wednesday (20/09/2017), according to FIFA in its official website, the Russians are the most potential audience.

Followed by football fans from Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, China, United States, Colombia, Germany and England.

FIFA explains, more than 50 thousand tickets to the final and 40 thousand for the opening match has been widely booked.

The ticket will be sold in two stages. First, it will take place from 14 September to 12 October 2017.

Everyone can apply for tickets, but not all will work.

The second phase will take place from 16 to 28 November 2017. At this stage, the tickets will be sold using the fast-paced system that he or she can.

World Cup 2018 will be held in eleven cities Russia on 14 June to 15 July next year. Until this story is written, the obstacles that have got a place to participate in the World Cup are Russia, Brazil, Iran, Japan, Mexico, Belgium, South Korea, and Saudi Arabia.

Russia threatened not to broadcast the 2018 World Cup

The 2018 World Cup in Russia is less than a year away. However, there are still many countries that have not yet obtained an audiovisual rights license to broadcast matches in their territory from FIFA.

Of the many countries that have not received World Cup 2018 rights, the most surprising is Russia. As host, Russia has not reach an agreement with FIFA.

Russian media providers Piervy Channel One (Channel One Russia), Telekanal Rossiya (Rossiya-1), and Gazprom-owned NTV (HTB) have formed a consortium for the FIFA audiovisual rights tender process. However, they only offer a third of the amount requested by the world's soccer authority.

"They demanded 120 million dollars to broadcast the entire tournament, but we do not have that much money, at most we can pay between 38 and 40 million dollars," said Russian Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko

Alexander Faifman, Head of Production at Channel One, added, "This is an exaggerated amount and too high and totally inappropriate."

In other hands, many football fans already prepare also to start looking for the best sportsbook to place their bet on the event next year.

Who didn't know or waiting for the big event that only play for a several years in a time ?