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The 2010 FIFA World Cup is coming.

The 2010 FIFA World Cup is coming.

The 2010 World Cup will be hosted by South Africa, who have the honor of hosting this major event for the first time. The FIFA World Cup is scheduled to be played from June 11, 2010 to July 11, 2010. Immediately after the announcement of the event, the first thing that came to the minds of crazy soccer players was, am I in? Can I get tickets?

WC tickets:

The good news for all football fans is that almost 3 million tickets are available for the 64 matches starting in June 2010. Tickets are always a concern for football fanatics and fans, so let’s avoid a ticket shortage this year. Union. The Football Association has launched a new and improved ticketing system for the 2010 World Cup, which is said to increase the number of tickets available to fully legitimate football teams. David Will, chairman of the ticketing committee, said that the number of ticketed fans for countries that reached the final will increase by 50 percent. And so it is planned that in the World Cup 12% of the total capacity of the stadium is reserved for fans of the respective teams, less than 8% last time. It is only applied in the first round. The percentage in these matches is about 8 in the playoff stage.

Tickets are sold in different phases,

 the first phase of World Cup ticket sales has already ended. It ended at midnight on March 31 and was confirmed on February 20, 2009. In the first phase, 1,635,136 applications were registered. About 30% of the applications came from South Africans and 70% from the rest of the world.

The demand for tickets and the opening of the final 스포츠토토 사이트 at Soccer City Stadium was strong. More than 50% of the applications were found to be group-based series. The whole phase ended smoothly and there were no problems during the process. The first sales phase was successful.

Ticket sales steps:

Tickets will be sold in stages. The first leg was already over, but some tickets were available when the 32-team qualifier ends at the end of 2009, with the first tickets planned to be sold in the host city. For this, the location was chosen in the airport terminals and most of them were available on the Internet. Registration forms were available online at First National Bank’s local branches in South Africa and also on the official website. First National Bank is the official sponsor of the event. Tickets are available in three sales phases. The first stage of the sale: Random selection Second sales stage: first come, first serve Third stage sale The fourth sales phase Last minute sales phase

The first stage of the sale: random selection:

The first phase of sales will offer team-specific tickets, which will be awarded at random. The opening of the first sale began on February 20, 2009. At this stage, everyone and everything was not limited to immediate service, but to create a level playing field, a duly completed application was considered. Five days before the first stage, the number of applications was estimated at one million. South Africans were excluded from this figure. Applications came from over 160 countries. America, Great Britain showed great interest. Second sales stage: first come, first serve

The availability of tickets is a big problem at this stage, so it is ensured that tickets are issued in order of arrival.

The third stage of the sale:

The second phase will take place on February 1, 2010. It will be hybrid in nature. All correctly completed applications can receive tickets, but if demand exceeds the availability of tickets, a first-come, first-served basis will apply. 0. Please note: whether you submitted your application early on December 5, 2009 or late on January 22, 2010, each correctly submitted application has the same chance of winning the lottery. The fourth stage of the sale the fourth stage is again subject to availability, so tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis.


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