The excitement of throwing a scarf in the air
The main poster depicts the passion for football in Qatar and the Arab world. It depicts a traditional headscarf being lifted up as the Arabs do in the excitement of a team scoring a goal in a football match. Butayna al-Mufta said it reflected Arab culture and World Cup excitement. Along with this, seven other posters reflecting the excitement of the World Cup have been released. These posters depict the football excitement of the Arabs as well as its features as a game that brings families together. At the same time, the poster themes aim to introduce the world to Arab culture, tradition and hospitality.
Filled with Qatari culture and tradition
The posters are a proclamation of Qatari culture, as well as the main competition venue, Al Tumama Stadium, the tournament logo and the lucky draw. FIFA Marketing Director Jean-Franois Pathi said the posters reflected Qatar’s rich heritage and culture. He added that it is a matter of pride that the genius of a female artist is behind the posters. Khalid al-Moulavi, deputy director general of the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, a local organizer, said the poster was full of joy at hosting the FIFA World Cup for the first time in the Arab world, where there is an unquenchable passion for football.
Ticket payment date extended
Meanwhile, FIFA has extended the deadline for ticket holders for World Cup football matches. Yesterday, June 15, was the last day for those who got tickets in the second draw to pay. But officials said the deadline was being extended. But FIFA has not specified a new payment deadline. Most people are not able to pay in the last few days due to technical issues with the website. In this case, the time allotted for the payment of tickets by the lottery has been extended. During the second phase of ticket bookings from April 5 to 28, 2.35 crore tickets were booked. In the first phase, eight lakh tickets were sold.
FIFA president congratulates World Cup teams
FIFA President Gianni Infantio congratulates Qatar on 32 World Cup qualifiers Costa Rica beat New Zealand in the final qualifier at Al Rayyan Stadium to win a World Cup ticket. The FIFA president was also present to watch the match live. He also congratulated the 32 teams that qualified for the World Cup after the match. He was also present at the same venue to watch Australia beat Peru in a penalty shootout. He said the World Cup in Qatar would be the best ever and would invite football fans to the biggest event in the world.