FIFA world cup 2022 is yet to begin! Dubai is ready to welcome the football breeze of FIFA 2022. Dubai is preparing for the rush, with fan zones announced at parks, beaches, the financial district, and hotels offering special packages. According to the Dubai Sports Council, one million World Cup fans are anticipated to travel to the city.
Due to its proximity to Doha, Dubai will be the best place for FIFA World Cup 2022 fans to stay. FIFA is a dream for every football lover, and that’s why Muwaileh is here with our best UAE tour packages.
Why should you visit Dubai?
A trip to Dubai will be one of the most memorable experiences of your life, particularly during the FIFA season. With eye-catching landmarks, breathtaking beaches, and unrivaled nightlife Dubai will always fill your trips with more joy. Dedicated fan zones have been set up across Dubai for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, and the emirate is ready to welcome football fans worldwide
Whether you prefer to watch from the comfort of your hotel room or while eating outside, Dubai provides plenty of opportunities. Furthermore, the matches will be broadcast in various locations throughout Dubai. So, for this Qatar world cup, Dubai is a perfect location for you to enjoy the dazzling shades of happiness.
FIFA 2022 Is Here!
FIFA is always the dream of every football player! The tremendous spirit of football players and the passion of their supporters, the fans, can only be found in football. That’s why football and FIFA always have a special place in the heart of every fan.
The Qatar 2022 World Cup begins on Sunday, November 20, at the Al Bayt Stadium, with the hosts taking on Ecuador in Group A.
In 2022’s inaugural World Cup, there will be 32 teams divided into 8 groups of 4 teams:
- Group A: Qatar, Netherlands, Senegal, Ecuador
- Group B: England, Wales, Iran, USA
- Group C: Argentina, Mexico, Poland, Saudi Arabia
- Group D: France, Denmark, Tunisia, Australia
- Group E: Costa Rica, Germany, Japan, Spain
- Group F: Belgium, Morocco, Croatia, Canada
- Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon
- Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea
Four matches are played each day throughout the course of the 12-day group stage, with the winners and runners-up moving on to the round of 16.
Al Bayt Stadium, Al Thumama Stadium, Khalifa International Stadium, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, Lusail Stadium, Education City Stadium, and Al Janoub Stadium will host the group games.
Qatar is ready for FIFA!
After being awarded the rights to host the FIFA 2022 World Cup, the State of Qatar has embarked on remarkable projects in various fields to meet its expectations.
The climate was one of the most pressing concerns for Qatar. However, those worries have been allayed because stadiums now have air conditioning systems. This will keep the playing surface and the spectator areas cool.
As we all know, drinking in public is prohibited in Qatar, a concern for traveling fans. However, the organizers have stated that beer sales will be permitted in certain areas, including the ‘fan zones.’ But for your great information, they also informed us that no one could bring alcohol into the country from outside. However, the organizers have also stated that after 6:30 p.m., alcohol will be offered in the central fan zone to respect families.
Many more attractions are waiting for you in Qatar. This includes the endless deserts, the cultural architecture of Doha, the National Museum, The 3-2-1 Sports Museum, and many more.
UAE is expecting a fan flood!
The UAE, particularly Dubai, has started paving the way for the expected supporters. Those who will opt for the tourism hotspot during the November-December tournament. Although football is the most popular sport among UAE residents, and there are numerous football stadiums and clubs, the government has created facilities in the UAE for all sports with a vision and policy that considers the possibilities in all other sports. It has begun a new chapter of sports tourism in this tourism-oriented economy, in addition to creating a safe environment.
According to the Dubai Sports Council, a million World Cup supporters are anticipated to travel to the city. The UAE has announced an integrated program to assist holders of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 ‘Hayya’ Card, which will be available this year from November 20 to December 18.
Qatar issues the Hayya card, which allows its holder to enter the country and watch FIFA World Cup matches. From November 1 to December 23, 2022, it is also considered a mandatory permit for all Qatar visitors, citizens, and residents to enter the stadiums.
Hotel room rates are expected to increase by 20%, and hotels are expected to be fully booked. All in all, the UAE is preparing to roll out the red carpet for football fans worldwide during the Qatar World Cup, with dedicated fan zones. Thus, it’s the best time to opt for UAE tour packages for blending with FIFA wind.
It’s all about FIFA fever
With this FIFA season, Muwaileh tourism offers you quality and affordable UAE tourist packages to fulfill your fan moments. Thus, UAE and Dubai are all set to welcome the FIFA fever. So, what do you think, who will win this 2022 World cup?