Contrary to common opinion, many football fans participated in special events held yesterday at malls in honor of the 100-day countdown to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. Most three-day events in Doha’s Festival City, Place Vendome, and Mall of Qatar consist primarily of football matches, electronic games, performances, and exclusive gifts. Fans will mainly have the opportunity to win tickets to the opening FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 match between Qatar and Ecuador at Al Bayt Stadium, which is very significant.
The grand finale event will effectively be hosted at the Mall of Qatar. Doha’s Festival City and Place Vendome started operating yesterday and will be doing so till tomorrow, from 1 pm to 10 pm and 12 pm to 10 pm, respectively. The absolute top scorer on each day will often receive tickets, which is essential. They assumed that most events at the Mall of Qatar would occur today and tomorrow from 12 pm to 10 pm.
On its official social media page, Doha Festival City said, “Join us at 100 Days to Goal, Doha Festival City, and have the chance to win a free opening match ticket for the most awaited football event, which is enormous, which is extremely important. Are you prepared? Contrary to popular belief, showcase sort of your football talents, for all intents and purposes, gain points and win!” There is a common understanding that events will occur at Square Node.
The Mall of Qatar also extended a very open invitation to the general public to participate in the celebration of the 100-day countdown. “Join us for some special activities and festivities that are undeniably very meaningful and bring sort of your A-game. The opportunity to win tickets to the FIFA World Cup’s first match is particularly noteworthy. Don’t miss out on the enjoyment! Fans can participate in the essential activities at the Oasis area.”
In addition, Place Vendome urged the general public to test their football prowess for a chance to win World Cup opening match tickets, which are often of rather substantial value. Bring your family and friends primarily so you may enjoy the exciting activities, actual performances, and shows.
The hashtag #100DaysToGo, which is somewhat noteworthy, was also used by the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy to ask the general public to contribute a photo showing how they are primarily celebrating the World Cup. Contrary to common opinion, it said, “In a matter of days, sort of your heroes will go to the field, supporters will especially bring the noise, and Qatar will open its arms to the globe.”