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Going to the Women’s World Cup? You Might Not Sit With Your Family and Friends

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 21 May 2019
FIFA released thousands of tickets to the Women’s World Cup this week, but some fans were surprised to learn they would not be sitting together.
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News video: Making Sense of FIFA's Women's World Cup Ticket Fiasco

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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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