You can already buy tickets to the World Cup final in Qatar next December, but it will cost you a mammoth £42,000, although at least that's for two tickets!
The World Cup is heading to the Middle East for the first time next year, for the competition's first ever winter showing, being played between November 21st and December 18th.
European qualifying for the event kicks off this month, with England facing San Marino, Albania and Poland in their first three games, but, unlike Gareth Southgate, fan can already make plans for the final.
FIFA's official hospitality partner, MATCH Hospitality, is selling luxurious packages for the final and you can get two tickets to the Lusail Iconic Stadium for £42,270.
That will get you some of the best seats in the house at the brand new stadium, due to be opened later this year, and you'll also be treated to a six course meal, as well as drinks at the bar.
The website also offers 'preferential reserved parking and exceptional commemorative gift,' although what the gift is is anyone's guess.
On their website FIFA warns fans only to buy hospitality packages from MATCH, saying, "FIFA has appointed MATCH Hospitality as the exclusive hospitality rights holder for the Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022.
"MATCH Hospitality is the only company in the world that is authorised by Fifa to offer and guarantee exclusive ticket-inclusive hospitality packages for every match of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022:tm:, directly or through its appointed Sales Agents."
Packages for other matches are also available to the slightly less high rolling of high rollers. Although if you want to buy the highest price package for the Group Stage then it'll set you back £1.9 million but at least you'll see more than one match.
If you didn't win last week's Euro Millions then you could just wait for the tickets to go on sale for the normal prices.
:birthday: - Joyeux Anniversaire, Kylian Mbappé. He's twenty now, and he's already done this in a World Cup Final.pic.twitter.com/HHA31SDOrD- MUNDIAL (@MundialMag) December 20, 2018
Fans in England who want to see a World Cup up close and personal but also don't want to fork out for travel and hotels may only have to wait nine years.
On Monday night it was revealed that Boris Johnson has offered the use of more stadiums in England for this summer's Euros and that he's ready to launch a bid to host the 2030 World Cup alongside Ireland.
Of course the country attempted to win the 2018 World Cup but lost out to Russia, on the same day Qatar was controversially awarded the 2022 version.
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