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Posted On: 23 March 2022 06:24 pm
Updated On: 31 March 2022 02:45 pm

Qatar launches Hayya Card and accommodation websites ahead of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™

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Qatar launches Hayya Card and accommodation websites ahead of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™

Qatar has announced the Hayya Card programme and launched its accommodation booking website for fans attending this year’s FIFA World Cup™, which will take place from 21 November to 18 December.

After purchasing FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ tickets, fans should apply for a Hayya Card, which will be mandatory to attend matches. The Hayya Card will provide a number of benefits, including free public transport for ticket holders on match days. It will also act as an entry permit to Qatar for international visitors.

Match ticket holders are able to apply for a Hayya Card via Qatar2022.qa and the ‘Hayya to Qatar 2022’ mobile application (download links: iOS & Android).

Fans can now book accommodation via the dedicated Host Country Accommodation Portal which will offer various options throughout the year such as apartments, villas and cruise ship cabins. Fans can also book accommodation through traditional means, such as hotel and holiday accommodation websites.

Qatar is preparing to host the most compact version of the FIFA World Cup™ in modern history. All the stadiums are within close proximity of central Doha – helping to cut travel costs for fans while significantly reducing the event’s carbon footprint.

Click here for further information about the Hayya Card and accommodation options.

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Qatar launches Hayya Card and accommodation websites ahead of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™
Image credit: Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy

Accommodation:

Qatar launches Hayya Card and accommodation websites ahead of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™
Image credit: Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy

Fans should note that COVID-19 requirements will be dependent on the latest guidelines from Qatar’s Ministry of Public Health and will be announced in due course.

Source: Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy