The Blues will play their decisive match for direct qualification for the 2022 World Cup against Kazakhstan on November 13 at the Parc des Princes. The FFF announced it this Friday via a press release. This will be a first in the lair of PSG for the France team since a victory (6-0) in a friendly match against Australia in October 2013. Initially, this meeting of the penultimate day of the group B was to take place at the Stade de France.
The French Federation was informed by the Prefecture of Police that this meeting could not be organized in the enclosure of 80,000 places because of the works of the future Charles de Gaulle Express. The RER B line will be closed and strong disruptions on the Transilien K and TER located in the North and North-East areas of Paris are expected on November 13, for the reception of Kazakhstan before the trip to Finland, on November 16, last group D match.
The Blues have not played again at the Stade de France since June 8 against Bulgaria (3-0) in the last friendly match before the Euro. They will validate their ticket for the World Cup in Qatar in case of success on November 13 against the Kazakhs at the Parc des Princes. The FFF will activate a new ticket office in the coming days. All spectators who already have tickets for the Stade de France will be contacted individually and will be reimbursed in full. Priority purchasing for the Parc des Princes will be offered to them.