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Are 2026 FIFA World Cup tickets on sale now? originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

The World Cup is coming to North America.

FIFA on Thursday unveiled 16 host venues across Canada, Mexico and United States for the 2026 world cup. The matches will be played in 11 American cities, including dallas, Los Angeles and philadelphia cream.

Here is an overview of the 16 host cities and sites:

Although the event is still four years away, it’s never too early to start planning ahead. Here’s what you need to know about tickets for the 2026 World Cup.

When will tickets for the 2026 World Cup go on sale?

Tickets for the 2026 World Cup are not yet on sale and it is unclear when they will be available for purchase. The official FIFA website states that ticket information “will be available in due course” and “please see this page regularly for further updates.

How much will tickets for the 2026 World Cup cost?

Details on ticket prices for the 2026 World Cup are also not available. But to get an idea of ​​what ticket prices might look like, let’s take a look at them for this year’s event in Qatar.

How much are tickets for the 2022 World Cup?

Tickets for the 2022 World Cup were sold exclusively through FIFA in a multi-step process it’s still ongoing. So far, there have been two random draws of ticket requests and a first-come, first-served sales period. There are still two sales periods left on a first-come, first-served basis.

There are four ticket categories, with Category 1 being the most expensive and Category 4 being both the cheapest and reserved for residents of Qatar. here are the single ticket price ranges for each round (the first prize corresponds to Category 4 and the second to Category 1):

Opening game: $54.85-$301.68

Group game: $10.97-$219.40

Round of 16: $19.20-$274.26

Quarter-finals: $82.28-$425.10

Semi-finals: $137.13-$954.41

Match for third place: $82.28-$425.10

How much do tickets for the 2022 World Cup final cost?

Of course, the hottest ticket of the tournament will be for the final at Lusail Stadium on December 18.

A Category 4 ticket for the final costs $205.69, while the cheapest ticket for a non-Qatar resident is $603.36. Category 1 tickets cost $1,604.39 each. For comparison, ticket prices for the 2018 World Cup final ranged from $455 to $1,100.