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Dubai Prepares "Fan Zones" for The World Cup Qatar 2022

  • Publish date: Wednesday، 24 August 2022
Dubai Prepares "Fan Zones" for The World Cup Qatar 2022
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The World Cup will get kick off in Qatar on November 20.

As the Qatar World Cup draws near, regional cities like Dubai are preparing opulent fan zones to provide traveling spectators with an unforgettable experience.

The Football Park was introduced by Dubai's International Financial Center (DIFC), where guests can watch live games while dining at Michelin-starred establishments.

A concierge, a chauffeur-drive service, and the opportunity to watch the games with a famous person or ex-football player will also be available to guests of the luxurious establishment.

The first World Cup to be held in the Middle East is expected to draw both local and foreign football enthusiasts, therefore Art Dubai Group is planning an "on-field experience."

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The chief executive of DIFC Property Management, Saleh Al-Akrabi, guarantees that the venues will host a spectacular event for Qatar's World Cup celebration.

"We are thrilled to offer visitors and corporate guests an opportunity to experience a really unique and premium manner to watch and be a part of the world's biggest football tournament through this event," said Al-Akrabi.

The Football Park tickets go on sale on September 15.

The public spaces in the emirates will show World Cup matches and offer a variety of fan-friendly activities.

Flights on shuttles to Doha

Up to 30 Flydubai aircraft, each day will depart for the 64-game athletic tournament.

According to Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports, additional airlines are purchasing additional slots to shuttle passengers, which will considerably improve Dubai International Airport.

He claimed that there was a "great demand" at DWC for slot registrations from airlines seeking to run shuttle services. I believe that the city will benefit greatly from the World Cup.

According to a newly released analysis, the Covid-19 pandemic destroyed much of the airline business and is projected to cause losses of $168 billion by 2020.

With three months left, ticket sales for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar reached 2.45 million

The World Cup, which begins in November, is predicted to boost the economy of Qatar by up to $17 billion, and the region as a whole can anticipate additional financial rewards.

FIFA reports that 2.45 million of the 3 million available tickets for the World Cup in Doha in November have already been purchased by soccer enthusiasts.

The most recent phase saw close to 521,000 tickets sold, and group-stage matches involving Brazil were well-attended. According to FIFA, the top bidders were citizens of the host country Qatar as well as its neighbors Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

FIFA anticipates launching the second round of ticket sales in September. Half of Qatar's population, or over 1.2 million fans, are anticipated to visit the Gulf nation during the event.

The key challenge for Qatar is continuing to provide enough rooms for visiting fans, teams, and tournament staff. To help with the accommodation shortage, organizers have tried everything from cruise ships to desert camps.