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Fans’ Cup unites football lovers at Qatar 2022

By Qatar Media Portal
Football icons CAF (extreme L) and Ronald De Boer (extreme R) pose with Poland fans after being crowned World Champions | Image by Qatar Media Portal

Football fans representing all 32 qualified nations for Qatar 2022 took part in the Fans’ Cup – held on the sidelines of the FIFA World Cup™.

The four-day tournament, held at the FIFA Fan Festival™ in Al Bidda Park, was organised by the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) as part of its fan engagement activities.

The five-a-side tournament reflected the same format as Qatar 2022, with the teams drawn into the same eight groups. All participants were nationals of their respective countries.

This included hosts Qatar, who reached the quarter-finals of the tournament before falling to Poland.

The final was an all-European affair between Poland and Serbia, with the Poles lifting the trophy after a convincing 4-0 victory.

The trophy presentation took place on the main stage at the FIFA Fan Festival, with Qatar Legacy Ambassadors Cafu and Ronald de Boer handing out the silverware.

Fans’ Cup action between Poland and Serbia | Qatar Media Portal Image

Lifting the trophy was a moment to savour for Poland’s Adrian Dalek. He said: “I feel amazing right now because we’ve won the World Cup for fans.

It was a fantastic tournament and it is very nice to be here in Qatar for it. Though it was a fans’ cup, there were some very good teams here and a high level of football was played.”

“The companionship we have had with all the cultures we have met here and the chance to meet new people has been extraordinary,” said Serbia goalkeeper, Bogdan Sokolović.

“I think Qatar raised the bar for the next World Cup by staging this tournament. It was wonderful,” Sokolović added.

“Fans are central to the success of the first FIFA World Cup in the Middle East and the Arab world,” said Samantha Sifah, the SC’s Fan Engagement.

“So we were thrilled to host the first 32-team Fans’ Cup at a FIFA World Cup. Which we believe created an exciting atmosphere while uniting fans from across the globe through their shared passion for the beautiful game.”

“We hope the legacy of this historic tournament, delivered for the first time in Qatar, sees fan tournaments at all major football events in the future,” he added.

About Fans’ Cup

For the first time in the history of the World Cup, 32 teams of fans will compete for the Fans’ Cup at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.

The four-day Fans’ Cup event will be contested by supporters of all 32 competing nations from 29 November to 2 December.

Organized by the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC), the five-a-side tournament will be played in the same format as the FIFA World Cup™, with group matches and knockout rounds until the winner is crowned.

Fans are central to the success of the first FIFA World Cup in the Middle East and the Arab world.

We are thrilled to be hosting this tournament, which we believe will create an exciting atmosphere while uniting fans from across the globe through their shared passion for the beautiful game.

Players must be aged 18 or over and citizens or residents of the national team they want to represent.

The SC is working with local grassroots football organizations to support and deliver the Fans ‘Cup, with the talented referees coming from Qatar’s vibrant amateur footballing community.

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