New Delhi: The FIFA World Cup 2022 will begin in the next few hours. This time the World Cup will be different in many ways. This is the first time that a Gulf country will host this biggest football tournament. Qatar is an Islamic country. In such a situation, there are many such rules which can put the fans in trouble here. In which sex without marriage or one-night stand is important. In this edition of the FIFA World Cup, fans will be expected to cooperate in respecting the culture of Qatar and obeying the laws.

prohibition of sex
The Daily Star quoted UK police as saying that this is the first time this has happened at this year’s World Cup. Fans need to be prepared in every way. There will definitely be no one-night stands in this tournament. In fact there will be no party at all. Fans have been instructed to control themselves if you don’t want to risk getting jailed.

Death penalty for drug trafficking

In Qatar, having sex if you are not married is punishable by up to seven years in prison, and football fans need to accept that fact and follow the law. In addition, smuggling drugs such as cocaine is punishable by death in Qatar. It was reported that the country would allow alcohol in separate fan zones during the World Cup.

Beer banned in the stadium

The sale of any kind of alcohol (alcohol) was banned on Friday in eight stadiums of the FIFA World Cup. Non-alcoholic beer will definitely be sold during the tournament. The decision was taken just two days before the start of the FIFA tournament. FIFA has taken this decision keeping in mind the profit and loss to its sponsor Budweiser.

Can’t even wear bikini

Women fans have been instructed to wear decent clothes during the World Cup. Shoulders and knees have been asked to be covered. It is also advisable to wear long skirts or trousers in public places. Men also cannot wear jeans that do not cover the knee, along with dress posters promoting homosexuality with offensive slogans.

48 teams taking part
The tournament will begin on November 21 and the FIFA World Cup 2022 champions Qatar will be crowned on December 18 after the final. Notably, this will be the last World Cup to host 32 teams, as the next World Cup will feature 48 teams, co-hosted by the United States, Mexico and Canada.

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