(Reuters) – World soccer governing body FIFA said on Tuesday that they have allocated a million tickets for the ongoing women’s World Cup in France but only 14 of the 52 matches are sold out, countering claims that tickets were selling fast.
The organizers tweeted
last month that tickets were still available “for a few matches” and British media reported FIFA president Gianni Infantino had said before the tournament kicked off that 20 matches were sold out.
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“Four days after the FIFA women’s World Cup kicked off… the tournament has reached an important milestone with over one million tickets having now been allocated to fans worldwide,” FIFA said in a statement.
“14 out of the 52 matches are now sold out with currently no more inventory available, including the opening match played in Paris on Friday...
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