From Doha to Dubai, a luxury World Cup and supporters on the sidelines

Located a stone’s throw from Qatar, Dubai offers to fill a possible housing shortage for the football World Cup held in the neighboring country, but the less fortunate fans risk being left on the sidelines after all. Some 1.2 million visitors are expected from November 20 to December 18 in Qatar, a small but gas-rich … Read more

here are the Liège municipalities that will boycott the World Cup in Qatar

Published on 19/09 at 11:11 By Stefano Barattini Several Walloon municipalities will not install giant screens in public spaces to broadcast World Cup matches, for ethical reasons, but also for energy reasons. Here is the decision of the Liège municipalities. *************************************** ** **************** ** ** ****** *** ******* *** ** *********** ******* ****** * **** … Read more

Qatar: focus on business around the football World Cup

The State of Qatar has spent $220 billion building world-class infrastructure, including new roads, public transport, hotels and sports facilities. The matches will take place in eight high-tech stadiums, ensuring maximum comfort for the spectators. 1.5 million supporters are expected in Qatar for this historic event that boosts the tourism sector and the hotel and … Read more