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Football fans visiting Dubai for the Fifa World Cup 2022

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Sep-12 17:10 first published at 17:10 PM


Among the venues that will provide residents and visitors with a safe and enjoyable experience is a dedicated football park.

Published: September 12, 2022, 3:56 p.m.
Mon, September 12, 2022, 4:36 PM

The committee will hand out leaflets to visitors emphasizing the importance of respecting local culture and traditions.

Dubai authorities have assessed the emirate’s readiness to ensure the safety, security, and satisfaction of football fans living in or visiting Dubai during the Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022.
The Dubai Events Security Committee (ESC) met with the Dubai Sports Council and other government and private entities to ensure that fans are welcomed and that their travel to and from Doha on match days is as simple as possible.
Major-General Abdullah Ali Al Ghaithi, Chairman of the ESC and Director of Dubai Police’s General Department of Organization Protective Security and Emergency, emphasized the importance of stepping up preparations to host football fans from around the world “speaking different languages and with different cultural backgrounds and needs.”
Security Committee for Dubai Events

He examined the security measures put in place by Dubai Police to protect the city’s dedicated fan zones. Among the Dubai venues that will provide residents and visitors with a “safe and enjoyable experience of watching matches” is a dedicated football park.
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The ESC will conduct public awareness campaigns to remind fans of the importance of “positive engagement” and the need to follow safety protocols when cheering on their teams.
Major-General Abdullah directed that awareness leaflets be distributed to visitors, emphasizing the importance of respecting local culture and traditions.
The tournament will begin on November 20, with the championship match scheduled for December 18.

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