Soccer fans who want to attend games at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil should act now.
The final phase of ticket sales for this summer’s tournament started Tuesday after FIFA, world soccer’s governing body, put 199,519 tickets on sale on its website.
Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis, but 10 of the 64 games already are sold out.
“With less than two months to go, this is the last chance for fans to secure their tickets for football’s flagship event,” Thierry Weil, the FIFA marketing director in charge of ticketing, said on FIFA’s website. “I am confident we will have a high demand for the remaining tickets, not only from Brazilian fans but also from people all over the world.”
The 2014 World Cup starts on June 12 when host Brazil takes on Croatia. It ends on July 13 with the World Cup final.
FIFA already has sold or allocated nearly 2.6 million World Cup tickets.
FIFA.com is the exclusive online sales outlet for 2014 World Cup tickets. Fans can order them in the final phase using credit and Visa debit cards.
Visit FIFA.com’s 2014 World Cup tickets page for more information attending live games.