Five steps to facilitate movement for disabled fans during Qatar 2022
The Organization and Legacy committee confirmed that travel facilities will be provided in all eight World Cup stadiums for disabled fans attending Qatar 2022.
The Organization and Legacy Committee has confirmed that travel and access facilities will be provided in all eight World Cup stadiums for disabled fans attending Qatar 2022. In a video posted on its official wall, the Supreme Committee highlighted five details about the services which will be available to the disabled fans who are invited to Qatar 2022, showing the ease of movement from arrival at the stadium to departure after the game has ended.
Qatar 2022 is for everyone
As confirmed by the committee, FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 will be a tournament for all fans of all levels – including the handicapped or those with disabilities who will be given help so that they can watch the games from all of the stadiums hosting the World Cup. All of the eight World Cup stadiums are equipped with numerous ramps which facilitate access for the disabled to reach each level of the ground. The Supreme Committee will also provide informative posters written in Braille especially for the blind or visually-impaired to be able to recognise entrances and exits points easily.
Only two years to go until the FIFA World Cup final in #Qatar! The Al Rayyan stadium is being unveiled to the world today exactly 2 years before the finals, join us on this journey with @RoadTo2022. We look forward to welcoming you in 2022. @roadto2022en#LoveQatar #VisitQatar pic.twitter.com/baOjn9bFOu— Visit Qatar (@VisitQatar) December 18, 2020
Likewise, the World Cup stadiums are equipped with sensory rooms, which will offer an elaborate auditory and visual experience for children with autism disorders and those with intellectual disabilities.
Undoubtedly, the facilities provided by the Supreme Committee for the disabled who attend FIFA Qatar 2022 is a positive step which will be greatly appreciated by all of those who attend Qatar 2022, as it will not be the first time to provide better benefits for the disabled.
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