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Posted On: 16 June 2023 02:00 pm
Updated On: 18 June 2023 11:54 am

Ladies Night by Qatar Foundation 2023

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Ladies Night by Qatar Foundation 2023

Event Details:

Location: Education City Stadium
Date: 21 June 2023 - 21 June 2023
Time: 06:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Come and enjoy - It's free!
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Qatar Foundations (QF) Ladies Night has a new home for the summer the scene of some of the most thrilling moments of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.

The next Ladies' Night will take place from 6 pm to 10 pm on Wednesday, 21 June, in the venue which staged eight FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 matches and is now becoming a hub dedicated to women's and girls' sports providing people with a chance to experience the spectacular stadium from pitch level. It will also be taking place at the stadium on July 19 and Aug. 23.

  • For its first appearance at the Education City Stadium, Ladies Night will feature classes from health and fitness providers WarriorFit, Un1t, Wyld, Evo Active, and V Lounge, as well as a football mini-tournament by the Paris Saint-Germain Academy. The event will also give women and girls an opportunity to enjoy sports and fitness activities, relax, and interact.
  • There will be activities organized and sponsored by Adidas Runners Doha, Run the World, and QTR Run Ladies; and Zumba sessions by the QFs team. There will also be opportunities to find out more about QFs full range of ladies-only sports classes, which operate year-round at Education City.
  • A Kids Corner, housed in the player's tunnel area and run by Toys 4 Joy, will offer activities for children, who can also enjoy screenings including QFs edutainment TV series Siraj, which provides youngsters with a fun and interactive educational journey based around the importance of moral and values in the stadium's media room.

Please note:

  • Entry to the stadium is free, with the main entry point being Gate 35, close to Education Citys West Car Park and Education City Tram services.
  • All women and girls are welcome, as are boys aged nine years and under.

Source and image credit: QNA