Qatar World Cup organizers paying fans to spread ‘positive messages’
Amid a protest against a “code of conduct” by organizers of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, the host country is pushing fans to spread positive messages about the country and the event.
You want to earn $70 and see a world Cup Game? The point is that you have to vote for every aspect of Qatar 2022 world CupEven if it means not being able to hug your girlfriend on the street.
That’s what the organizers are Qatar FIFA world Cup As a way to combat the outcry from fans around the world over the tournament’s code of conduct and the human rights abuses Qatar has suffered over the years.
According to the Daily Mirror, flights, hotels and match tickets for 40 UK fans will be covered in return for their positive experiences.
Qatar host looking for positive feedback
The idea behind this game is that around 400 football fans from participating countries will get all accommodation costs in return for voting for Qatar and its experiences. The “Fan Pioneer” program is designed for tourists coming to enjoy Qatar by following appropriate rules of conduct and all fans are required to stay for at least two weeks.
An FA spokesperson said: “The Qatar Supreme Committee has contacted the England Fans Travel Club to conduct a registration process for fans to join the FIFA World Cup Fan Leaders Forum.”
“We have been told that this is an opportunity to engage with fans from all competing nations to ensure that the fans’ voice is clearly heard in the planning of the World Cup, and that many international football associations are being contacted.
“After the initial registration process, the project was managed by the Supreme Committee of the State of Qatar, we are no longer participating in the scheme, and we have not been able to see the ‘Code of Conduct’ or any of the terms and conditions of participation.”