On 18 December, not only did the grand World Cup final take place in Doha, but the successful FIFA Fan Festival also closed its doors: many years of conception and preparation and work-intensive weeks of implementation on site have more than paid off: since the opening on 19 November, the 145,000-square-metre venue has been visited daily by an average of 70,000 fans from all over the world, who have taken advantage of the wide-ranging offer.
On 2 December, the FIFA Fan Festival™ already attracted one million visitors in its first two weeks! Fans from all over the world have been celebrating a peaceful big football party together in front of the impressive setting at Al Bidda Park in Doha since the opening on 19 November.
On Saturday evening, the gates to the FIFA Fan Festival™ opened at Al Bidda Park in Doha on 19 November, one day before the first match of the 2022™ FIFA World Cup.
Coca-Cola will host an International FIFA Fan Festival in Riyadh. This makes the capital of Saudi Arabia the seventh place where fans can experience an extraordinary football festival and connect with the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The FIFA Fan Festival goes global! If not all fans can come to the FIFA World Cup, bring the FIFA World Cup to the fans! Six cities will host International FIFA Fan Festivals across the globe to bring the FIFA World Cup 2022 to the doorstep of fans.
Just a few weeks are left until the start of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, the world football association has big news to announce.
“FIFA presents a reimagined fan destination and on-site entertainment experience for fans at future FIFA World Cup™ and FIFA Women’s World Cup™ events called the FIFA Fan Festival™. Beginning with the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, this multidimensional, inclusive event will provide new ways for fans to celebrate their shared passion for football and experience the best in music, entertainment, local culture, food, games and lifestyle trends in a true festival environment,” the official press release reads.
Exactly 50 years after the 1972 Olympic Games, Munich is once again hosting one of the biggest international sporting events: the European Championships 2022, at which the official European Championships in 9 sports will be held. Our partners will use this major sporting event in the Bavarian capital to get children and adults excited about physical activity and health promotion with their on-site activities.
After a long break, SportsInnovation in Düsseldorf can finally take place again and – after its premiere in 2018 – now presents itself once more as the leading event in the field of future technologies in sports business. We support Diamond Plus sponsor Deltatre and its joint venture with the German Football League, Sportec Solutions, in the implementation on site.
In 2028, the men’s EHF EURO will be held in Switzerland, Portugal and Spain. This was announced by the Swiss Handball Federation (SHV) at the EHF Congress in Vienna on Saturday. The trio of applicants led by the SHV presented a convincing joint concept, which includes the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu, home ground of Real Madrid, as the venue for the final weekend.
Now it’s official: Dominik Klein, Handball World Champion and Managing Director of BHV-Marketing GmbH, started the Handball Campus Munich non-profit project with his partner Christian Emrich, also a passionate handball player and Incident Commander at Munich Fire Brigade.