The sporting event in Qatar, which is scheduled to run from November 20 to December 18, is anticipated to draw tens of thousands of spectators to the Emirates.
The UAE is prepared to spread out the red carpet for football fans from all over the world during the Qatar World Cup, with dedicated fan zones and discounted hotel rates.
Thousands of supporters are anticipated to travel to the UAE for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, which is scheduled to take place from November 20 to December 18. One of the most eagerly awaited sporting events in the world is the football competition, which takes place once every four years.
Football Park Fan Zone and DIFC
A special Football Park Fan Zone at Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) will have Michelin-starred eateries, butler services, and a concierge for supporters. On September 15, the tickets for these go on sale. On the platform of the Gate Avenue, a sizable screen will be used for fans to view the games.
Fan Zone for World of Sports, Habtoor Grand
Visit the fan area, which is located inside a tent in the resort’s garden, along with 1,500 other football lovers. It will be a pleasure for all football fans with delectable food, live performances, and large-screen telecasts of the games.
The time is anticipated to see a 20% increase in room rates, and hotels anticipate being fully booked. The following hotels provide unique Qatar World Cup package.
Expat Sports and NH Hotel have partnered to provide a special experience named “Football Fans Dubai Experience.” Packages that include free shuttle buses to Dubai fan zones, daily flights to Qatar, and other benefits are available to visitors.
Ghaya Grand Hotel
This hotel in Dubai Production City is currently running a limited-time early bird promotion that gives guests a discount on food and drink, spa services, and laundry.
The number of flights between the UAE and Qatar has increased to more than 60 per day as a result of shuttle services launched by three airlines in the UAE: Etihad Airlines, Air Arabia, and FlyDubai.
Only individuals with legitimate match tickets will be permitted to board these aircraft. There is a limit of 10 kg for hand luggage on some carriers, and check-in baggage is not permitted. In order to enter the stadium and use the Doha metro’s free transportation to and from stadiums, travelers will also require a Hayya Card.
Additionally, a number of private jet firms, such as DC Aviation Al-Futtaim and JetzHub, are providing their services at the time.
The UAE has introduced special multiple-entry visas for people visiting the nation to watch the World Cup in Qatar. Holders of the “Hayya” Card provided to individuals who purchased World Cup tickets may enter the UAE and remain there for a period of 90 days with this visa, which costs merely Dh100. This visa may be renewed for an additional 90 days under the same terms, conditions, and costs as the UAE’s current visa policy.