Dubai is currently building fan zones in the emirate to prepare for FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 live which is expected to draw soccer fans worldwide.
For less than three months, fans will be swarming the emirate, and fan zones will allow fans to watch the spectacle even if they have tickets. Most fans travel between shows in Qatar from nearby nations like the United Arab Emirates. There will be giant screens, food outlets, and other activities within the fan areas.
Football fans flock to the Dubai International Financial Centre’s newly built Football Park (DIFC).
For those who want to attend the world’s biggest football match in luxurious surroundings, a new site called The Football Park will open on the upper at the top of Gate Avenue. The park will also have concierge services, butlers, and restaurants that have Michelin-starred chefs.
Prices and reservations will be available from September 15.
Fans can set their seats on the large screen to watch the entire month-long fight.
This entertainment experience was created in collaboration with The Hoko Agency, a firm offering various entertainment options. It also owns The Art Dubai Group, a commercial public-private company that runs and manages several of the most popular regional cultural occasions.
“As an important urban tourist attraction, we’re delighted to be hosting The Football Park alongside the Art Dubai Group and Hoko Agency, both renowned for their hospitality and programming service,” said Saleh al-Akrabi the Director of DIFC Property Management.
As a result of this conference, guests, business, and leisure visitors can enjoy the world’s biggest football event in a unique and appealing environment.
The Habtoor Grand Resort in Dubai plans to build an area with giant screens and food outlets for 1,500 football enthusiasts.
McGettigan’s long-time favorite of sports fans, along with DGT Events, will transform Media City Amphitheatre into an outdoor fan zone during the entire month-long football match.
For the duration of the FIFA World Cup, Fanzone by McGettigan’s will be open from the weekend of November 19 until Sunday, the 18th of December. The winter festival will take place alongside other events, including refreshments, drinks, and snacks.
One of the hotels in Dubai dedicated to the stunning game is set to open in November.
During the tournament, The NH Dubai hotel on Palm Jumeirah hopes to become a destination for fans of football traveling between and to Doha.
Expat Sport, a travel firm, will manage an event called the Football Fans Dubai Experience. It includes flights Dubai to Qatar, airport transportation, and accommodations at the brand-new NH Dubai The Palm.
According to FIFA research carried out in April, 2.45 million fans bought tickets to the FIFA World Cup in Doha in November. According to FIFA, seating will be enough to accommodate three million people.
More than 521 thousand tickets were purchased in the most recent series of matches. This shows a massive crowd of Brazilians watching Brazil’s group-stage matches. According to FIFA, many fans from Qatar the game’s host nation, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates purchased tickets.
On matches days, Qatar Airways and other Gulf airlines run shuttles between Doha and the Middle Eastern’s largest cities. This is in anticipation of the World Cup, which many nations consider advantageous to their economies.
FIFA will provide the second ticket in September. The tournament will see 1.2 million visitors, nearly half of Qatar’s population expected to travel to this Gulf country.
Finding a suitable place for the participants, their supporters and tournament personnel are among Qatar’s biggest problems. The tournament organizers have looked at all kinds of hotels, from desert camps to cruise vessels, as possible alternative options.
Due to a change in the calendar for the month due to a change in the monthly schedule, the event will start on November 20 rather than the previous Wednesday, the 21st of November.
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