WALES fans are being warned that tickets will be in short supply for each of their nation's World Cup group stages games at Qatar 2022.

Rob Page's side made it to their first World Cup finals in 64 years with a famous 1-0 win over Ukraine in Cardiff on Sunday, June 5.

But, they are now being told that as little as 2,300 tickets are expected to be made available to Wales supporters for each of the games against Iran, USA and England.

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Demand for tickets for this year's World Cup, which starts in November in Qatar, will be high despite it being expected to be the most expensive tournament to date.

And, as Wales was one of the last teams to actually qualify for this World Cup, that will make it even more difficult for fans to get their hands on tickets and may also cause accommodation issues.

All three of Wales' Group B matches will be played at the 40,000-capacity Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan.

FIFA protocols state as little as five per cent of tickets need to be allocated to each country.

Many reports are suggesting that - despite Wales having around 25,000 dedicated members of its 'Red Wall' of support - only 2,300 tickets are expected to be up for grabs for the Group B clashes.

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Speaking to BBC Wales, Noel Mooney, Football Association of Wales' chief executive, said: “The way it works with the FIFA protocols is that we only get about 5% of the stadium.

“Which I think it’s a 40,000 (capacity) stadium, so 5% of that is not a whole lot.

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PICTURE: FAW Chief Executive Noel Mooney. Picture by FA Wales.

“We’ll have to work with FIFA and other angles to try and get as many tickets as we can for our supporters.

“You’d hope going to Qatar, we’d get a few thousand for each of the matches, we’ve got a huge membership, on Sunday we had 32,000 people in the (Cardiff City Stadium) stadium, it was a record crowd for us.

“There’s a huge demand, we can feed it everywhere, whether it’s from supporters, whether it’s from companies and different sets of partners contacting us over the last few hours and days, who want to be part of this special journey that Cymru are on."

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On pricing, Mooney said: “I haven’t studied fully all of the pricing just yet, we’re going through that furiously now over this early part of this week.

“I saw some pricing for the final and a category one ticket for the World Cup final sounds off the Richter scale to me.”

He said the price of tickets “seem a lot, we’re working through that, we’re liaising with FIFA every hour at this stage to get all of our details.

"Let’s hope we come out the other side of it with our fans happy at the arrangements we will put in place."