Chairman Lars-Christer Olsson addresses the media after a general assembly of the EPFL (European Professional Football Leagues), the umbrella organization representing Europe's professional soccer leagues, at the airport in Zurich, Switzerland October 21, 2016.
Federation Internationale de Football Association says that strict admission checks will be made on tickets during the tournament and fans will need to have a special identification document to be able to enter the stadiums. "Africa hosted the best FIFA World Cup ever and with good support, Morocco can emulate South Africa".
Which? urges fans to only buy tickets from authorised sellers.
It said: 'FIFA in cooperation with local authorities, including consumer protection agencies in numerous countries, continues to make efforts to identify and curb unauthorised ticket sales.
Which? said it found tickets and hospitality packages listed on StubHub, Ticombo, Ticketbis, Sports Events 365 and Primesport.
Secondary ticketing sites are charging fans as much as £5,618.80 each to attend a single game at the World Cup, which kicks off in Russian Federation in June, research from a consumer watchdog, Which?, has found.More news: DHS: Your Home Router Vulnerable to Russian Attacks
Eller has said FIFA had received a six-digit number of ticket applications for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Final.
'Unfortunately, World Cup tickets were, due to a technical error, viewable from - but not purchasable on - our United Kingdom site for a limited period but this was promptly fixed.
Infantino also previously said that several companies were interested in expanding the Club World Cup from it's current eight-team format to a grander 24-team event. "Morocco, if they're serious about winning, would need to be prepared to repeal the article of the penal code which punishes people for being gay".
Ticombo describes itself as an online ticket market, where businesses and fans can trade tickets.
"If you don't want to risk watching the World Cup from the sidelines, you should only buy from the official Federation Internationale de Football Association reselling website", he advised. "We do not acknowledge the legitimacy of the accusations put forward".