Inside Qatar’s fan village | World Cup 2002

Inside qatar's fan village | world cup 2002

BBC Sport published this video item, entitled “Inside Qatar’s fan village | World Cup 2002” – below is their description.

BBC Sport’s Nesta McGregor spends the night at the Qetaifan Island Fan Village just north of Doha, where football fans are arriving for the 2022 Fifa World Cup in Qatar.

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