According to Eller, who is positive that all the arenas will be filled to their full capacities during the World Cup matches, a total of 2.7 million tickets will have been allocated by the end of the ticket sales that began in September.
It has confirmed that fans risk being barred from games at the Russian Federation tournament if they show up with tickets bought through a third party.
In March Which? found five ticketing websites including Stubhub and Ticombo that were selling World Cup tickets. "We have no further comment at this stage", a Federation Internationale de Football Association spokesperson said.
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"Football fans need to be aware that if they buy a World Cup ticket from an unofficial source, they risk paying inflated prices and potentially not getting into the game at all", said Alex Neill from Which?.
Federation Internationale de Football Association has taken legal action against a number of sites and is encouraging fans not to purchase tickets from unauthorised sources.
Fans who have already purchased tickets through secondary sites should contact the company through which they purchased them.
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Olsson says leagues "have already been flexible to allow the World Cup to be played in the (Qatari) winter and have agreed the dates". There are now no tickets available for the World Cup on our United Kingdom site. This means that StubHub will make sure tickets are delivered on-time and are valid, or they will find comparable or better replacement tickets, or at the very least offer a full refund'.
However, Ticombo said it was not breaking the law by trading tickets and neither were fans. "Morocco can compete with the best in the world", he said.
Nearly 1.7 million tickets have been sold so far, with worldwide fans scooping up 53 percent of the tickets. 'We look forward to continuing our conversations with Member Associations around the world, highlighting the operational and economic certainty of our bid for the entire Fifa family'.
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