LOOK INSIDE: Qatar forced to build desert camps as fans run out of World Cup accommodation

All attention is now on Qatar as the World Cup draws closer every day. Football’s biggest competition will take place in the months of November and December this year, and the fans are thrilled. Qatar promised an experience like no other and built eight brand new stadiums for the tournament.

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However, the nation didn’t stop there as the Qatari government built three fan villages with several huts each in the desert. According to a report by The National News, cabins have a bathroom, fridge and maid service, and start at around $200 for two people.

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World Cup Fan Villages

Cabins in fan villages cost considerably less than hotels in Qatar. There has been a problem with fans finding accommodation in the country as prices for all living spaces have skyrocketed. However, cabins would be a great way to help fans live in affordable places with all the amenities available.

The Fan Villages are located on the outskirts of Doha but are still accessible by public transport or carpooling, giving you easy access to all popular cultural attractions, as well as FIFA Cup stadiums and activations. FIFA World.“, said the Qatar accommodation agency.

Either way, it was a necessary fix to a problem that has haunted many fans around the world. A few England fans had to give up plans to go to the World Cup because they couldn’t find accommodation.

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Qatar’s eight new stadiums

Keeping accommodation aside, Qatar has done a fantastic job of creating an environment where the World Cup can be staged. It is one of the biggest competitions on the planet and as a result, the nation of Qatar has pulled out all the stops to leave its mark on the tournament this year.

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They built eight new stadiums from scratch with state-of-the-art facilities. Amazingly, all stadiums are going to be air-conditioned, a new experience in the sport of football. However, by focusing on all the features, they didn’t forget their showmanship, and the eight stadiums look stunningly beautiful.

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