Qatar embassy dedicates two areas in Egypt to watch World Cup matches


The Qatar Embassy in Egypt has designated areas in which to watch the 2022 World Cup matches. From November 20, 2022 to December 18, 2022.

All World Cup matches will be broadcast in two separate locations. One being inside the Mall of Arabia and the other being outside.

Some special photographs may be taken as souvenirs and distributed to fans.

“It’s a moment of happiness and it’s important to share the excitement and joy of the tournament,” the embassy said.

However, if you prefer to watch the matches from the comfort of your home. Qatari television channel Al-Kass has announced that it has obtained the rights to broadcast the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The Al-Kass channel announced, via its official page on Twitterthat the following channels had been dedicated to broadcasting World Cup matches: Extra one, Extra two, Extra three, Extra four, via the beIN Sports package.

In the same vein, the Egyptian Cabinet has approved concessions on any tourist entry visa to Egypt for anyone with the Hayya card for supporters of the World Cup in Qatar.

The Cabinet also announced cooperation with airlines and the Ministry of Civil Aviation to provide flights from Qatar to Egypt during this period.

The Qatar 2022 World Cup is taking place in the Middle East and an Arab capital for the first time after years in which European countries have taken over the organization of the World Cup, except for a few times when the tournament took place in Asia, Africa and America.

Over the course of 29 days, the tournament will see 64 matches, where the group stage will take place from November 20 to December 2, after which the round of 16 will kick off with the round of 16 between December 3 and 6, and the quarter-finals. final. The finals will take place on December 9 and 10.

The semi-finals will take place on December 13 and 14, with the match to determine the third-placed player on the 17th of the same month, and the competitions will end on December 18, coinciding with Qatar’s national holiday at Lusail Stadium.


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