Flags of nations qualified for World Cup hoisted at Corniche

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2021-11-18 | Since 1 Week

Flags of nations qualified for World Cup hoisted at Corniche

Doha, 18 November 2021 - The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (SC) organised on Wednesday at Doha Corniche a festival to raise the flags of the teams of England, Switzerland, Serbia, Spain, Croatia, the Netherlands and Argentina that qualified for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.

This festival came as an initiative of SC and the Organizing Committee of the tournament (LOC) in Qatar to welcome the qualified teams, and the fans of these teams.

It is the second time that the flags of the qualified countries have been hoisted after the flags of Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Brazil, France were previously celebrated, in addition to the flag of the State of Qatar (the host country) to celebrate the qualification of their teams.

The ceremony was attended by Head of the Operations Office and Deputy Head of the Technical Office at the SC Eng. Yasir Al Jamal, CEO of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, Nasser Al Khater, Head of Tournament Experience at SC Khalid Ali Al Mawlawi, Secretary General of the Qatar Football Association (QFA) Mansour Al Ansari, Senior Director of Partner Relations at the SC Khalid Al Suwaidi, the official spokesman for the SC Khaled Al Nama, and a number of ambassadors of the qualifying countries for the World Cup.

Al Khater, congratulated the teams that qualified for the 2022 World Cup, and the ambassadors and the teams of Brazil and Argentina, the first qualified teams. for the World Cup in South America.

Al Khater said that there will be a celebration on November 21 to mark the start of the countdown, with 365 days remaining until hosting the World Cup.

The CEO of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, pointed out that the Arab Cup is a unique tournament that was established by the International Football Association (FIFA), a year before the World Cup, to be a real test for the World Cup, and it is a great tournament with the participation of all Arab teams.

 

 


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