The Amir Cup 2020 final kicks off at 7 PM on Friday 18 December at Al Rayyan Venue. Make sure you’re there to see it!
How can I complete my ticket purchase for the Amir Cup 2020 final?
Please note that e-vouchers are not tickets – now that you have your e-voucher, you’ll need to exchange your e-voucher for a ticket as per the process below.
If you have any queries, please call our 24/7 Amir Cup Contact Centre on 44069984. Operators speak Arabic and English.
- Print your voucher out
- Testing centre times: 7 AM to midnight
- Wait for your test result (maximum one hour)
- If your test result is negative, collect your ticket at the same location
- If your test result is positive, follow instructions from on-site staff
- On match day , bring your ticket, your QID and the text message from the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) with your test result to the stadium
Please note that tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis and seats are limited.
Fans should note the following:
- Only one ticket request per fan can be made
- Requests will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis in accordance with the health and safety model implemented in collaboration with the MOPH
- In coordination with the MOPH, applicants are being filtered into two categories – fans who have previously contracted COVID-19 and those who have not. Upon their selection, fans will be provided with further information and requirements for attending the match
- Fans who have previously contracted COVID-19 need to first conduct an antibodies blood test at an approved medical centre including and obtain a positive result. Upon successfully completing this, they are able to buy their ticket at the designated ticket collection centres any time before 17 December
- Different coloured tickets will be used for ticket holders who have a negative COVID-19 antigen test result or a positive COVID-19 antibodies test result
How many fans will be at the Amir Cup 2020 final?
Due to COVID-19 precautions, the stadium will operate at 50% capacity, meaning that approximately 20,000 fans will be allowed to attend the match.
What health & safety precautions will be in place on match day?
Following collaboration between the Amir Cup 2020 final Local Organising Committee (LOC) and the MOPH, fans must adhere to the following rules:
- Fans are required to present a negative COVID-19 antigen test or a positive COVID-19 antibody test prior to entering the stadium
- Fans must show a green status on their Ehteraz application. Temperature checks will also be conducted prior to entry to the venue
- Wearing a mask will be mandatory for all fans at all times while they are present in the stadium, surrounding precinct and facilities
- A distance of two seats – one on either side – will be in place between fans in the stadium
- Social distancing, mask wearing and regular handwashing remain important tools in the fight against COVID-19 and all attendees are strongly encouraged to practise these protective measures.
How can I travel to the stadium?
- You can get to the match by car, taxi or metro
- Arrive early as the metro and roads will be very busy before the match. Do not arrive later than 6 PM. Why not explore the new stadium, the fan zone (from 4 PM) or the Mall of Qatar while you wait for kick-off?
- Metro and roads will be very busy after the match. We recommend you take your time and explore the stadium, fan zone or the Mall of Qatar before leaving the area. Car parks close two hours after the match and the last train is at midnight. Please follow signs, listen for announcements and be patient if you do have to wait
- Doha Metro will be very busy due to Qatar National Day and COVID-19 limits on passenger numbers. Please buy your metro ticket the day before the match to avoid queues at ticket machines. Travelcards can be bought online or in-person at many outlets across Qatar. We expect long delays outside Al Riffa Station after the match and recommend you take your time and explore the stadium, fan zone or the Mall of Qatar before leaving the area. Please follow signs, listen for announcements and be patient if you do have to wait. The last train is at midnight
- Parking is available close to the stadium. Use the QR code on your match ticket for the best route and then follow local road signs. It will be very busy and some roads will be closed, so please arrive before 6 PM. Stadium parking opens at 4 PM and closes two hours after the match
- There is a dedicated taxi area for the match at the Mall of Qatar, where you will be dropped off and picked up. It will be busy in the area, so please allow extra time when making your arrangements. The taxi area will be open from 4 PM until two hours after the match
- We recommend not to use public buses to get to the stadium. Please travel by car, metro or taxi
- Plan your journey, checking traffic before you travel. Plan your Doha Metro journey here
Additional information for fans travelling by car
Please follow these directions to parking at the stadium:
- Fans travelling west on Dukhan Highway (Q3) from Education City should take exit 21 to Al Rayyan Venue. Then follow the temporary signs* to stadium parking.
- Fans travelling west on Al Rufaa Street (D50) from Doha Festival City should follow signs to Al Rayyan Venue. Then follow the temporary signs* to stadium parking.
- Fans travelling east on Dukhan Highway (Q3) from Dukhan should take exit 22 to Al Rayyan Venue. Then follow the temporary signs* to stadium parking.
- Fans travelling south on Al Majd Road (Q4) from Al Khor should take exit 4 to Al Rayyan Venue. Then follow the temporary signs* to stadium parking.
- Fans travelling south on Al Majd Road (Q2) from Umm Salal Ali should take exit 57 to Al Rayyan Venue. Then follow the temporary signs* to stadium parking.
- Fans travelling north on Al Majd Road (Q4) from Salwa Road should follow signs to Lusail. Take exit 55 to Al Rayyan Venue. Then follow the temporary signs* to stadium parking.
* Temporary signs to stadium parking have a yellow background. They include directional signs to different parking areas in different colours. Blue on a yellow background indicates general spectator parking.
How can people with disabilities travel to the stadium?
Travelling by public transport: the Doha Metro is fully accessible. Plan your Doha Metro journey here.
Travelling by car: Parking for people with disabilities is available near the stadium for those that have booked. Please refer to the additional instructions for those driving (above) and follow temporary signs once in the local area. Scan the QR code on the back of your ticket for further information.