Qatar are set to loosen up their policies on drinking alcohol for this winter’s World Cup as followers prepare to flock in for the largest football tournament in the world.
There had been concerns about a principal conflict of cultures at this tournament, but it seems there will now be the opportunity for followers to buy beer, but only after 6.30pm.
A announcement from FIFA on Saturday read: “Inside the stadium bowl ticket holders will have get right of entry to to non-alcoholic Budweiser Zero. At the FIFA Fan Festival, Budweiser will be reachable to buy from 6.30 p.m.”
Qatar is now not the only country to face troubles like this at a World Cup, with Brazil additionally having to be in a similar fashion extra bendy than standard on alcohol legal guidelines when they hosted the match in 2014.