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WORLD CUP 2022: The free-of-charge VIP FIFA fan festival™

Fans of football from all over the world can look forward to 29 days of football alongside their favourite football merchandise, games, music, lifestyle and culture at the FIFA Fan Festival at Al Bidda Park in the heart of Qatar.

WORLD CUP 2022: The free-of-charge VIP FIFA fan festival™ you shouldn't miss

The festival will see fans, apart from catching all the 64 FIFA World Cup matches on a big screen, entertained 24/7 by global music artists and local celebrities. A food court parked with distinguished culinary experiences including local cuisine and international delicacies will be open to revellers.

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Arguably the most exciting part of the festival, customised football matches with FIFA legends, interactive physical and digital football gaming stations for all age groups will be set up around the park.

Sponsors have lined up innovative activities, football exhibitions and an official FIFA mega store stocked with licensed FIFA World Cup products.

Fans will be able to access the festival easily due to its proximity to almost all the stadiums starting a day prior to the kickoffs on November 21 until December 18.

Access to this football luminary fan festival will be free.

As a place for fans to gather beyond the stadium, transport will be provided to fans with match tickets at stadiums to deliver them to the festival grounds.

Caught between the Doha skyline and the shore, the stunning scenery will offer incredible photography and videography moments for visitors to share personal highlights of the FIFA World Cup experience.

Follow Pulse Lifestyle to catch all updates from the FIFA World Cup 2022 experience captured in videos, photos, memes and highlights of action starting November 19.

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