The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy in Qatar has announced the provision of new accommodation options for fans heading to Qatar to attend the 2022 World Cup matches, which start at the end of the year. It includes a variety of options, in addition to a list of private holiday homes, which are located in several locations across Qatar.
The Supreme Committee stated in a statement that it “was keen from the beginning to provide accommodations that meet the aspirations of enthusiastic fans to attend the Qatar 2022 World Cup, and fulfilled its promise to fans that the tournament will be available to football fans from all over the world, by providing a wide list of accommodations that meet their requirements, with the offer Newer selection of accommodation options.
The statement added, “The new accommodations that will be available to fans from around the world during the Qatar 2022 World Cup will feature a range of options to suit different budgets and meet the different needs of fans. More options will be available to ticket holders in the near future, and with preparations underway to host the version of the most closely spaced in The history of the World Cup, fans coming from outside Qatar can access a wider range of accommodation by visiting the accommodation reservation portal, where they can stay in one place during the tournament period, which contributes to reducing travel costs and reducing the carbon footprint of the World Cup significantly.”
The 2022 World Cup kicks off on November 21 and runs until December 18, and all match ticket holders are required to apply for a mandatory Haya ticket. More information on tickets, accommodation and the Haya pass is available at this link.
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