Qatar 2022 | World Cup will be a real "festival", organizers said
With hours to go before the Qatar 2022 World Cup begins, everything is ready for the fans around the world, who will witness an authentic “festival” in the Arab country, according to their organizers during a press conference, in which they insisted that everything is already "prepared".
“The infrastructures are prepared for the arrival of fans from all over the world. Qatar is ready for the World Cup, the buses, the taxis are illuminating the city. This will be the best tournament for the fans,” said the director general of the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (organizer), Yasir Al Jamal.
Al Yamal participated in the press conference along with Colin Smith, World Cup operations manager; Bryan Swansson, championship media relations director; and Nassar Al Jater, CEO of Qatar 2022.
The authorities reported that more than 2.89 million tickets have already been soldwith Mexico, Argentina and Brazil in the list of the first ten countries that have acquired the most tickets.
These fans are waiting, according to the authorities, “a great multitude of events” parallel to football that can be enjoyed in the Arab country.
“The fans will live an exceptional experiencefor them we have not only cultural activities, music festivals, and other kinds, as well as the screens in the fan fest and in the centers for fans who have the Hayya card to enjoy the matches”, assured Al Jater.
In this regard, the authorities indicated that The FIFA Fan Fest at Al Bidda Park is expected to host more than 40,000 fans every day during the tournament.
This space will be free and will project live matcheswill host world-renowned artists and offer football activities, along with other paid entertainment options. EFE
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