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Fans seated separately in Women's World Cup ticket blunder

The News Articles Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Fans seated separately in Women's World Cup ticket blunderSoccer lovers were left livid after finding the seats they purchased for suits within the Girls’s International Cup don’t seem to be in combination. Teams who purchased tickets for the match, which begins in France on 7 June, will handiest be capable of rearrange their allotted seats if adults were cut up up from youngsters …
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News video: Making Sense of FIFA's Women's World Cup Ticket Fiasco

Making Sense of FIFA's Women's World Cup Ticket Fiasco 01:27

Less than three weeks before the Women's World Cup begins in France, a number of fans have learned that despite purchasing tickets at the same time, they face being split up and seated separately. What does FIFA's latest ticket debacle say about the

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