World Cup hosts Russian Federation charged over racist fan chanting

World Cup 2018 rip-off: football fans are being charged up to £5600 for tickets that don't even guarantee entry to games

Websites are selling tickets for the World Cup in Russia for 40 TIMES the value

Category one tickets for England against Tunisia on 18 June were advertised on five sites for between £480 and £11,237, despite selling for £296 on the Federation Internationale de Football Association website.

It has confirmed that fans risk being barred from games at the Russian Federation tournament if they show up with tickets bought through a third party.

Federation Internationale de Football Association has warned it is entitled to void any ticket purchased via unauthorised distribution channels.

"The World Cup in Morocco would not only be a source of pride but also a great catalyst for development".

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

'FIFA is entitled to void any ticket purchased via unauthorised distribution channels.

StubHub said: 'StubHub fully complies with applicable laws; therefore, we do not allow the resale of World Cup tickets on Stubhub.co.uk.

In the build-up to this week's visit by the Task Force, whose report will determine whether Morocco will be on the ballot paper on June 13 to take on the heavyweight United 2026 bid visit, the Moroccans criticised the point-scoring system being used to evaluate the two candidates, protesting to Federation Internationale de Football Association about adding last-minute criteria to the bid process without prior warning, a complaint Federation Internationale de Football Association denies. The second case is due to be heard by UEFA on May 31, two weeks before the World Cup begins.

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.

Ticombo describes itself as an online ticket market, where businesses and fans can trade tickets. "Morocco can compete with the best in the world", he said.

Nearly 1.7 million tickets have been sold so far, with global fans scooping up 53 percent of the tickets. Thus we do not acknowledge the legitimacy of the accusations put forward'.

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