All of the competing countries, including ENGLAND, will have somewhere to rest throughout the World Cup.
Alcohol will be served outside stadiums, in fan zones, and in hotels throughout the tournament in Qatar.
Because the majority of the population in the Middle Eastern country are Muslims, drinking in public is strictly prohibited.
Officials have concluded that giving inebriated World Cup supporters an alternative to getting arrested and imprisoned is the greatest method to prevent them from being in public.
Nasser Al Khater, who is in charge of preparing Qatar for the World Cup, told Sky News that there are mechanisms in place to assist those who have consumed excessive amounts of alcohol.
People may ensure that they will not endanger themselves or others by going there.
People who are placed in the “sobering tent” are instructed to remain there until it is determined that they may be released with a warning.
Fans attending the official fan party in Qatar will be allowed to consume alcohol for up to 19 HOURS each day.
Arcadia, the business that developed the stunning stadium where the event will take place, will also construct a fan zone.
However, a pint of beer will set you back around £8.
Recent news coverage have focused on more than simply how much alcohol was consumed at the occasion.
In response to concerns over anti-LGBTQIA+ legislation in Qatar, Al Khater stated that homosexual fans are welcome to hold hands throughout the exhibition, which runs from November 20 to December 18.
He was assured that LGBT individuals would not face discrimination.
Same-sex partnerships are not permitted in Qatar and may possibly be illegal.
All we want is for culture to be considered “Al Khater made a comment.
“You have nothing to worry about as long as you don’t hurt other people, destroy public property, or act in a detrimental manner,” the notice added.
There is also the possibility that someone may strip naked and attack the crowd.
More than 1,300 football fans in England and Wales have been advised they cannot attend the World Cup due to legal issues and have been ordered to surrender their passports.
The Home Office said that “any fan who has created disturbance in the past and is judged likely to do so again” would not be permitted into Qatar for the event, which begins on October 14.
We will not allow the fact that a few people breached the rules detract from what will be an exciting tournament.”
Suella Braverman, the home secretary, stated.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup will captivate the entire world from November 20 to December 18, 2014.
The Home Office has stated that 1,308 persons “may be obliged to give up their British passports” as a result of Football Banning Orders.
It said that anybody attempting to enter Qatar illegally would face a six-month jail term and an indefinite fine.
Those who wish to go overseas during the World Cup must first go through a stringent screening process and get authorization.
Ports will conduct a specific operation to deter those with criminal histories from entering Qatar.
According to Home Office statistics, there were more fights and arrests at football events in England and Wales last season than at any point in the previous eight years.
We will not tolerate anyone, even supporters, being aggressive, impolite, or causing issues during the World Cup. “This is why we’re taking such a harsh line,” Braverman explained.
If a person is convicted of a football-related offense, the court may order that they not attend any football games.