Qatar bans alcohol at the World Cup and only allows beer outside the stands

A source close to the plans for the 2022 FIFA World Cup has said that the stadiums of Diameter It will be alcohol-free, with only beer sold outside stadiums before and after certain matches.

This year’s World Cup will be held for the first time in an Islamic country with strict alcohol restrictions, posing unique challenges for organizers of a tournament where fans often drink beer with sponsors from the brands that produce the drinks.

The source told Reuters: “In the stadiums the plans are not yet complete, but the ongoing discussions are to allow fans to have beer when entering and leaving the stadium, but it does not will not be served during the match or inside the stadium.”

Reuters has seen a document dated June 2 which gives a first look at how organizers plan to meet the demands of some 1.2 million football fans, most of whom drank unrestricted beer on match days.