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Singing On Metro, Balloons, Umbrellas And Others Things Banned By Qatar At Football World Cup


Singing on the subway, balloons, umbrellas and other things banned by Qatar at the Football World Cup

Fans must abide by the rules of Qatar and their culture

This year’s most epic football tournament, the 2022 FIFA World Cup, kicked off on November 20 in Qatar. It’s only been four days, but the tournament has seen a lot of controversy due to strict regulations put in place by the Qatari government. While Qatar’s leaders have made it clear that they want to be nice to their fans, they also expect everyone to abide by their rules and culture. Fans have been asked to be aware of Qatar’s laws and cultural customs, including alcohol, drug, sex and dress code policies.

Here is a list of all the things that have been banned at the FIFA World Cup:

Wine

Just two days before the tournament’s first game, officials made the surprise announcement that fans would not be allowed to drink beer at the country’s eight World Cup-hosting stadiums. Based onGuardThe wine will only be available in the hotel box and also in the fan zone after 7pm for £12 (Rs 1164) for 500ml of Budweiser.

Dish

Based on yahoo news, any food is not allowed – unless it’s for babies or if it’s medically required. Fans will be able to avail of food and soft drinks from kiosks on the ground floor of the stadiums.

Rainbow Hat

In the Arab country where homosexuality is banned, the country strictly controls those who wear Rainbow T-shirts and hats. One American journalist accused of short-term detention by security forces on Monday as he tried to enter the World Cup stadium wearing a rainbow t-shirt, while a former footballer was asked to take off your rainbow bucket hat before entering the stadium. Pride flag raising is also prohibited at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Revealing clothes

Fans from other countries have been advised to wear clothing that is not too revealing. If one fails to do so and exposes too much skinthey could even go to jail, according to Qatari law.

Qatar government tourism website notes, “Attitudes towards dress in Qatar are very relaxed, but visitors (male and female) must show respect for the local culture by avoiding overly revealing clothing in public. Men. Gender and women are generally recommended to make sure their shoulders and knees are open.”

Play football

In one of the greatest ironies ever, fans have been asked not to play the game outside Khalifa International Stadium in Doha. While several attendees from different countries decided to hold a quick game on Wednesday afternoon, officials soon intervened and ordered the group to disperse, Metro report.

Singing and chanting on the subway

In a sports festival of this size, it is customary for the fans to be a little noisy to chant and cheer for their team. However, fans have been asked to keep the noise down. After a complaint from a grumpy local on the subway, excited World Cup fans were told by police in Qatar they were chanting too loudly. Daily Star report.

Sports equipment and inflatable items

Based on Stuff.co.nz, items such as frisbees, bicycles, roller skates, skateboards, electric scooters and scooters, or inflatable items such as balloons are not allowed inside the stadium. Large items such as stairs, benches, folding chairs, boxes, cardboard boxes, umbrellas, large bags, backpacks, suitcases and sports bags are also not allowed to the events.

Musical instruments

One sky news the report states that the device or instrument Making loud noises is prohibited inside the stadium. This includes vuvuzelas, whistles, loudspeakers, etc.

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