The final matchup of the 2022 Qatar World Cup is here. It will be between France and Argentina at the Lusail Stadium to decide which national team will lift up their third World Cup title.
France and Argentina will clash for the FIFA World Cup trophy at the Lusail Stadium on Sunday 18 December. As it is the decisive match of the tournament, not a single football fan will want to miss it. In fact, as this is the most important match of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, it may mean that many fans will travel to Doha just to be close to the stadium.
In fact, FIFA recently released 10,000 more tickets for Argentina fans exclusively for this match. So it could be the game of the century for both sides, especially for Argentina if La Albiceleste end up as World Cup winners. As with other World Cup events, reselling has been a part of every big football event, which has ended up being used by football fans.
There are actually four categories in which you can buy Qatar 2022 World Cup Final Match tickets. Category 1 costs $1,200, Category 2 costs $1,000, while Categories 3 and 4 go for under $600 and $205 for residents only Qatar. However, tickets quickly become unavailable over time.
How many people are expected to attend the Qatar 2022 World Cup Final game?
After 62 games played, as well as the third place game, the Lusail Stadium will host the final matchup of the tournament when Argentina face France for the FIFA World Cup trophy. As it happened in the previous games where both of these national teams have played, the expected attendance will be a full-crowd stadium, and even more.
According to FIFA, there will be 89.900 seats occupied for this matchup. People from all over the world that want to watch the decisive match of the tournament are expected for this last World Cup weekend in Doha, Qatar. In fact, Argentina will feel almost as the home team because La Albiceleste have played at this venue five matches already.
Due to the sustainability program for this Qatar 2022 World Cup, after the tournament has ended, the Lusail Stadium is expected to reduce its capacity to 40,000 people. The remaining seats will be expected to be donated to a much “footballer” country.