All the tickets reserved for Croatian football fans for the group stages of the 2018 World Cup in Russia have been sold. Croatia will play Argentina, Iceland and Nigeria in the group stages and the dedicated fans have already bought all the available tickets. If you don’t have a valid ticket for the matches, then don’t travel to Russia.
Speaking to the media the ticketing manager for the Croatian Football Association, Nikša Martinac, said that “All the tickets for Croatia’s group matches in Russia are sold out. The Stadiums in Kaliningrad, Nizhny and Rostov are completely sold out in all sections.”
At least 5,000 Croatian fans will be at every game, as the allocation given by FIFA is 5,000, however many more could actually be in the stadiums as the organisers are reporting that all three of the stadiums are completely sold out. The first game to be sold out in Croatia’s group was the game between Croatia and Argentina. Croatia kick off on the 16th of June against Nigeria in Kaliningrad.