Children in Qatar share their excitement for FIFA World Cup 2022

Children in qatar share their excitement for fifa world cup 2022

Al Jazeera English published this video item, entitled “Children in Qatar share their excitement for FIFA World Cup 2022” – below is their description.

More than a million football fans are heading to Qatar for the World Cup.

But the tournament will also be enjoyed by many of the 400,000 children who live in the country.

It is a chance to inspire them to take up the game.

the dreams of seeing their heroes in action are coming true and maybe one day one of these kids will be a future world cup champion.

Al Jazeera’s Sana Hamouche reports from Doha, Qatar.

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