Australian Fan Plans Perfect Day for Visitors During The World Cup

  • Publish date: Friday، 02 September 2022
Australian Fan Plans Perfect Day for Visitors During The World Cup

Australia fan Mitch Scott, who has resided in Doha for more than five years, said that football fans from Australia and the world are on a date with an unprecedented experience, in an exceptional version of the World Cup, during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, which begins on 20 next November.

Scott added that Qatar is a hospitable country, and its people are very welcoming to everyone, calling on the public around the world to visit Qatar and enjoy its diverse tourist attractions, and the wonderful weather during the championship period in November and December, stressing that the experience of fans during the global event will not be limited to Attending matches in which the most famous football stars in the world compete in world-class World Cup stadiums.

In an interview with (Qatar2022.qa), Scott confirmed that a unique experience awaits visitors to the World Cup.

In his speech, he touched on modern facilities, the cleanliness of the streets, and the development process in the country.

He also praised the friendly social atmosphere prevailing in Qatar, the social and cultural diversity that distinguishes it, and how It combines the nobility of the past and the authenticity of the present and keeps pace with everything that is modern in all fields.

Scott reviewed a plan for an ideal day for visitors coming to Qatar during the World Cup and said: "You can set off in the early morning on a desert safari and drive a four-wheel drive vehicle on the magnificent sand dunes, and then return to Doha and visit the Qatar National Museum, before sailing in the waters of the Gulf, and enjoy the splendor of the waters of West Bay.

In the evening, head to Souq Waqif for dinner, and wander around the heritage market.

If you feel the desire to continue enjoying what the city has to offer, there are many distinctive cafes and wonderful restaurants."

Scott spoke about the experience he lived with his country's fans in Doha last June, during the decisive match for the World Cup in Qatar against Peru at Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium, during which the Australian team managed to settle the result of the match in his favor by penalty shootout.

On his expectations for the Australian public to attend to support their country during the World Cup, Scott said: "We are a passionate people by nature, and you will always find us behind our team everywhere. We will fill with our enthusiasm the atmosphere of the World Cup in Qatar, and everyone will know that we are here.

It is noteworthy that the Australian team is competing in the Qatar World Cup 2022 in Group D, which includes France, Denmark, and Tunisia. The “kangaroo” team begins its journey in the tournament against world champion France on November 22, then its match with Tunisia on November 26, before meeting Denmark on November 30 At the end of the group competition.

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