Wondering when do FIFA world cup tickets 2018 go on sale? Well, they already have since September 14.

The FIFA world cup tickets 2018 sale will be in 2 phases. The first phase has an application period which began September 14 till October 12.

If you wish to buy FIFA World Cup tickets 2018, you may apply either for ticket for a specific venue,  individual match ticket, or ticket strips to follow the national team of your choice in this phase. Applications for tickets can only be made here.

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If you apply during the first phase of sales, you’ll be informed of your success or failure of your application. Tickets will be allotted on a first come, first served basis.

The phase two of ticket sales has also been split into 2 periods with allocations being decided by a random selection draw.

Beginning from the 13th of March to April 3rd, tickets will be available on a first come, first served basis.

According to FIFA, 3,496,204 applications were made in the first phase.

If you’re wondering if there’ll there be any tickets available during the tournament itself, the answer is YES there’ll be. There’ll be a ‘rush period’ sales phase starting from April 18 to July 15 which will take fans through the World Cup tournament straight up to the final, and these tickets will be implemented on a first come, first served basis.

Ticket prices will vary from £79 for a second-round group match up to £829 for the final. Citizens of Russian will be eligible to obtain cheaper tickets with prices starting at £17.

And of course you’ll need identification.  All fans attending matches at the 2018 World Cup will also need to apply for a FAN ID, i.e a free official identity document mandated by the Russian authorities.

The FAN ID has benefits likes visa-free entry to the Russian Federation, including free use of public transport on match days.

The FIFA 2018 World cup tournament begins June 14 when the host nation Russia will play the opener at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. Kick-off time is 4pm BST. See the dates, fixtures, venues and time for the 2018 world cup.