World Cup 2022.. Lasers and flares are at the top of the list of prohibited items in the World Cup



The 2022 World Cup will witness many prohibitions during the 22nd edition, which will start in Qatar on November 20, and will continue until December 18.


List of bans for the 2022 World Cup

The Organizing Committee warned against carrying flares, fireworks and lasers inside the stands of its stadiums during the 2022 World Cup matches, otherwise there will be severe penalties against the person who commits such incidents.


It also refused to carry any political banners inside the stands, in coordination with the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA), which stressed its complete rejection of it, calling for enjoying the sport of football without degrading it to other aspects outside this scope.


At the same time, leaks emerged with a list of 8 prohibitions for fans and audiences during the events of the upcoming world wedding in Qatar, but these leaks were denied by the Supreme Committee for Legacy and Qatari Projects on its official Facebook page.


The list of the 8 prohibitions in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, before the matter was denied by the Supreme Committee and the Qatari projects, included drinking alcohol, forbidden relationships, homosexuality, disrespect for holy places, obscene words, loud music, photographing people without their permission, clothes. Shameless.


World Cup 2022

This is in addition to rejecting activities such as activities that will lead to demonstrations and large gatherings, and not eating certain foods such as pork.


Qatar and all those in charge of the 2022 World Cup, including FIFA and internal organizing committees of the country, are seeking to come up with an ideal World Cup in an Arab land for the first time in history.


The Qatar national team is scheduled to cut the tape of the 2022 World Cup, in front of the Ecuador national team, at 6 p.m. next Sunday, at Al-Bayt Stadium.


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