The CBF (Brazilian Football Confederation) released this Monday (13) a warning about a fake website that would be trading tickets for the duel between Brazil and Argentina, on November 21st, at Maracanã, in the World Cup qualifiers.
In a statement, the entity reported that it has not yet put the tickets on sale and asks fans to wait for official information on the sale of tickets to be released.
“[A CBF] will take the appropriate measures and activate the legal department to contain fraud against fans”, says an excerpt from the statement.
With less than two weeks to go before the clash, tickets for what could be Messi’s last match on Brazilian soil have not yet gone on sale because a contract has not been signed between the CBF and the consortium that manages the stadium for the location of the space for the confrontation.
The terms of the agreement would already be agreed between the parties, with only legal details remaining for the agreement.
Once the contract is signed, the tickets must be sold through the Eleven Tickets platform, chosen by the highest Brazilian football entity to sell tickets for all of Brazil’s qualifying matches.
There is still no information about ticket prices, nor the load that will be available.
The clash will be valid for the sixth round of the Qualifiers, led so far by Argentina, with 12 points. Brazil is in third, with seven points, tied with Uruguay, the vice-leader, and Venezuela, in fourth place.
At 36 years old, Messi, one of the main people responsible for Argentina’s good campaign, has not yet defined how long he will defend his country, but has already declared that this will be his last World Cup cycle. Therefore, the game on the 21st could be his last in an official match playing in Brazil.
The game with Brazil will be broadcast on Globo and Sportv.
Check the CBF note
The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) informs that sales for the match between Brazil and Argentina, scheduled for November 21st, at the Maracanã stadium, have not yet been opened.
A false website is advertising sales improperly, says the entity, which will take the appropriate measures and activate the legal department to contain fraud against fans.
The CBF warns that those interested in purchasing tickets should wait for the sales of the last game of this year’s 2026 World Cup qualifiers to be announced through the entity’s official channels.