Women’s World Cup: Fifa say tickets bought together may not be next to each other

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• Fifa: ‘Unfortunately we will not be able to modify your order’ • Buyers call for rethink in response to Twitter announcement Fifa has told fans that ticketing arrangements for the forthcoming Women’s World Cup cannot be changed. The governing body said after receiving complaints it had made clear at the time of purchase that “not all seats would be located next to each other”. With the tournament in France due to start on 7 June, Fifa announced on Monday that tickets were now available to print at home. This led in some instances to complaints from people who, having assumed they had bought …

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