South Africa Backs Morocco's Bid To Host The 2026 World Cup

South Africa Backs Morocco's Bid To Host The 2026 World Cup

South Africa Backs Morocco's Bid To Host The 2026 World Cup

Consumer group Which? found two tickets for the best available seats at Tunisia vs England on June 18 were listed on StubHub for between £480.20 and £11,237.60.

Conmebol in a statement: 'Taking into account the positive impact that the celebration of the Fifa World Cup in Mexico in 1986 and in the United States in 1994 had on the interest, development and projection of football in those countries and in general in the region, the member associations of Conmebol consider that, after three decades, the time is right to give new impetus to football in the Concacaf region, where more than 500 million people now live'.

Which? urges fans to only buy tickets from authorised sellers.

Football's world governing body has exclusive selling rights for the tickets.

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In a media statement late March, Morocco's bid campaign head Moulay Hafid Elalamy said "it is hard to enter a race when the referee or judge is not impartial".

The joint bid committee had last month pitched $2 billion ticket sales projection alongside the announcement of 23 potential host cities.

Eller has said FIFA had received a six-digit number of ticket applications for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Final.

"We have to take action together on a European and worldwide level to bring an end to this inadmissible behaviour".

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South Africa voiced on Monday its backing to Morocco's bid to host the 2026 World Cup.

Ticombo describes itself as an online ticket market, where businesses and fans can trade tickets.

However, it admitted: Unfortunately, World Cup tickets were, due to a technical error, viewable from (but not purchasable on) our United Kingdom site for a limited period but this was promptly fixed. "Morocco can compete with the best in the world", he said.

'Thus if Federation Internationale de Football Association has a problem with fans wishing to sell their ticket to a third party, it has a problem not with Ticombo, but with the free market itself.

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