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FIFA World Cup™ attendance figures stand at 94% after first round of group stage

After the completion of the first round of matches in the group stage of the FIFA World CupTM, official numbers indicate that the average attendance for all matches was a remarkable 94% of stadium capacity.

With all 32 teams on the field and more than three million tickets sold for the competition, the robust attendance figures coincide with the recent announcement that preliminary comparable television viewing figures are up throughout the globe compared to the previous FIFA World CupTM edition.JAMB Result

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On November 24 at Lusail Stadium, 88,103 spectators witnessed Brazil defeat Serbia 2-0 in front of the tournament’s largest crowd. On the same day, the FIFA Fan FestivalTM in Doha’s Al Bidda Park drew a total of 98,000 fans throughout the course of the day, breaking its previous attendance record.

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The multi-national and multi-cultural football festival is displaying every FIFA World CupTM game on huge screens and giving free entertainment between games with some of the most recognized names from music scenes throughout the world – and fans from every part of the globe have appreciated it.

Fans are urged to check FIFA.com/tickets frequently as further ticket batches may be issued and the resale site is active, despite the fact that the availability of tickets for the majority of games is now limited or nonexistent.

Additionally, FIFA clarified earlier in the week the official capacities and tournament requirements for each of the eight venues hosting games during the 22nd edition of the tournament. It was confirmed that the capacity of Qatar’s cutting-edge stadium exceed FIFA’s regulations.Information Guide Nigeria

While FIFA specifies that venues hosting the final match, opening game, and semi-finals can hold a minimum of 80,000 and 60,000 spectators, the majestic Lusail Stadium can handle up to 88,966 supporters, while the Al Bayt Stadium can accommodate up to 68,897 fans. For all other games, a minimum capacity of 40,000 seats is required, with Stadium 974 being the smallest of the Qatar 2022 sites (44,089).JAMB portal

All operational arrangements, including the final seating chart and temporary infrastructure to accommodate reporters, broadcasters, and guests, have been finalized prior to determining the tournament’s capacity. In addition, it was clarified that capacity for specific matches, such as the opener and final, may vary slightly, and that the figures for legacy mode are distinct and provided by the host nation.NYSC portal

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