Qatar Club World Cup’s Official Airline Partner Set to Welcome Best Football Teams
One of the most favourite event of football fans — Qatar Club World Cup has announced Qatar Airways as its official airline partner. As the second time host of the FIFA Club World Cup, the tournament organisers have been consciously adhering to all Covid-19 related safety guidelines.
Scheduled to take place from 4–11 February, 2021, this game between the world’s continental club champions will be hosted at the Education City Stadium and Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium this year. Honoured football clubs including Ulsan Hyundai (AFC), Al Ahly (CAF), Tigres (CONCACAF), FC Bayern München (UEFA), Palmeiras (CONMEBOL) will be a part of the Qatar Club World Cup 2020.
Since travelling safely is the primary requirement of all sports travellers these days, Doha-based Hamad International Airport has laid out a detailed plan for the participant teams’ arrival and departure. The announced official partner — Qatar Airways is currently running over 800 weekly flights to 120 destinations globally. Also, it is planning to make further additions to its flight frequencies in the coming times.
Elated to work as the official airline partner of Qatar Club World Cup, Chief Executive of Qatar Airways, HE Mr. Akbar Al Baker stated, “As we gain momentum towards FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, we are delighted to be involved as the Official Airline that brings together the top clubs from every continent, where Qatar will once again be the stage for the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2020™. As the national carrier of the State of Qatar, we look forward to welcoming world-class football teams who will unite fans watching from around the world”.
As the country prepares for the FIFA World Cup 2022, it is taking multiple initiatives to optimise its usage of renewable energy. For fulfilling its National Vision 2030, it has partnered with Europe’s largest green tech community — the United Kingdom. Many UK businesses are equipped to support Qatar’s sustainable and carbon neutral agendas. These businesses offer valuable contribution in improving Qatar’s investment in the use of solar energy, desalination and waste to energy conversation.
Being the world leader of green tech world, the UK creates technologies that are less harmful to the environment and can help Qatar achieve its future goals about low-carbon future.