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FIFA reports up to 3.5 million ticket requests for 2018 World Cup matches in Russia

2017/10/12 | 16:50

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WAAR-DUHOK:   Almost 3.5 million ticket requests were submitted for matches of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia as national football teams booked all but nine spots in the upcoming world’s flagship football championship, FIFA announced in its statement on Thursday.

“Excitement is building prior to FIFA’s flagship event and ticket requests have been ...

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