Tickets to the FIFA Club World Cup 2019 are now on sale as part of the Last Minute Sales phase, with Accessibility Tickets for the tournament also available to purchase.

The FIFA Club World Cup 2019 will kick-off on 11 December 2019 at Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium in Doha. The opening match will see Qatari team Al Sadd Sports Club take on the New Caledonian side Hienghène Sport, winners of the Asian Football Confederation’s and Oceania Football Confederation’s Champions Leagues respectively.

Disabled fans who wish to apply for tickets to the FIFA Club World Cup 2019 can do so via FIFA’s ticketing portal.

Accessibility tickets are a dedicated allocation of Tickets available for application by disabled people and people with limited mobility, and are offered in the following types:

“Wheelchair User”, for users of wheelchairs and mobility scooters designed for transporting disabled people and people with limited mobility. Please note that such users must bring their own manual or electric wheelchairs as they will not be provided at the Stadium;

“Easy Access Standard”, for people with limited mobility who do not need a wheelchair user place but require seating with minimal step-access that is close to accessible amenities (e.g. accessible toilets);

“Easy Access Amenity”, for people with limited mobility who do not use wheelchairs but are unable to bend their knees or need more room to access their seats using a walking aid or crutches. Amenity seats also provide extra space for disabled people with assistance dogs. Whenever possible, these seats have minimal step-access;

“Easy Access Extra-Width”, for people with a BMI that is equal to or exceeds 40kg/m2.

With the sole exception of “Easy Access Extra-Width”, successful applicants for Accessibility Tickets will receive one complimentary companion ticket. The companion will be seated as close as possible to the Accessibility Ticket customer. However, the exact location of the seat cannot be guaranteed. FIFA cannot ensure that the seat for the companion will be adjacent to that of the AT customer.

If you apply for an Accessibility Ticket and do not require a complimentary Companion Ticket, please email [email protected] with this information.

Please note that customers who apply for Accessibility Tickets are required to provide proof‑of‑eligibility documents that are commonly and widely accepted in the Ticket Applicant’s country of residence as part of the Ticket Application process. Upon request of the Authorities, such proof-of-eligibility documents must also be provided at the entrance to the Stadium. Please note that permits for accessible parking will not be accepted as valid proof.

Please be courteous to the other fans, and only apply for Accessibility Tickets if you truly require them. They are limited in number due to the Stadiums’ configuration.

Accessibility Tickets may be available in areas with seats of various categories, where permitted by the Stadium infrastructure. However, they are only available at Category 3 prices, starting from 25 QAR, with Accessibility Tickets for the Final to be priced at 100 QAR.

 A full break-down of Accessibility Ticket prices can be found here.

Accessibility Ticket customers who wish to be contacted by phone may email [email protected] with their phone number.

For further information on Accessibility Tickets, please visit FIFA’s Accessibility Ticket page or refer to FIFA’s FAQ section.You may also contact CAFE by email at [email protected],tel +44(0)208 065 5108 or on twitter at @cafefootball.

If you are attending the FIFA Club World Cup 2019, CAFE invites you to HAVE YOUR SAY and share your experience with other disabled fans who may visit the stadium in the future. This can be done via the Matchday Feedback page of the CAFE website, or by emailing [email protected].

Published 05/12/19