Qatar’s residents and visitors will have the opportunity to watch and enjoy the Eid excitement at the Qatar Fan Zone, which will be showing live matches from the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia starting today, it was announced.
The Fan Zone at the Ali Bin Hamad Al Attiyah Arena in Al Sadd will also host entertainment and fun activities for the whole family. Entry is free.
Organisers said the fun kicks-off today and will continue all the way through to the FIFA World Cup final on July 15.
In addition to live football, the fan zone will feature live entertainment, concerts from Arab stars, a gaming and activation area, and more than 40 food and beverage stalls.
The official opening ceremony will be held on June 17. Starting at 5pm, the dazzling launch will feature aerial artists, live bands and a special performance from Fahad al-Kubaisi, one of Qatar’s favourite artists.
Fans will be able to enjoy three matches on Sunday, starting with Costa Rica vs Serbia at 3pm. After the opening ceremony, defending champions Germany will take on Mexico at 6pm, followed by Brazil vs Switzerland at 9pm.
Qatar Fan Zone is organised and delivered by the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, the organisation responsible for delivering the infrastructure required for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar, the Ministry of Culture and Sports, and Qatar Tourism Authority.
The fan zone is made possible thanks to its official telecommunications partner, Vodafone Qatar, and the official hospitality partner, W Doha Hotel and Residences.
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