Singing on the metro, balloons, umbrellas, and other items are prohibited in Qatar during the World Cup of football.

Qatar has announced tight rules for fans attending the 2022 FIFA World Cup . Alcohol is banned from entering the stadiums, food and alcohol is not allowed .

On November 20, Qatar hosted this years biggest football extravaganza, the 2022 FIFA World Cup.Though it has been only four days, the tournament has already seen a fair amount of controversy due to the Qatari government's tight rules.Although Qatar's leaders have stated in advance that they want to be welcoming to their supporters, they also want everyone to adhere to their laws and traditions.Fans have been reminded of Qatars laws and cultural traditions, such as alcohol, cocaine, sexual orientation, and dress code.AlcoholJust two days before the tournament's first match, officials announced that fans would not be permitted to drink beer at the country's eight World Cup stadiums.

Fans will be able to order food and soft drinks from the concession stands on the ground floor of the stadiums in an Arab state where homosexuality is not allowed.Rainbow T-shirts and hats were introduced by the country.On Monday, an American journalist was reportedly briefly arrested by security forces when he attempted to enter the World Cup stadium wearing a t-shirt with a rainbow, while a former footballer was compelled to remove a rainbow bucket hat before entering the stadium.At the FIFA World Cup 2022, it is also forbidden to raise a pride flag.Introducing ClothesFans arriving from outside the United States have been urged to wear garments that are not toorevealing.

Qatar's government tourism website notes that attitudes toward dressing are relaxed, but that visitors (men as well as women) are encouraged to treat the local culture by not dressing too heavily in public, according to the website.In one of the greatest ironies ever cases, men and women should ensure that their shoulders and knees are protected.Playing FootballIn one of the greatest ironies, fans have been told not to play football outside the Doha International Stadium.On Wednesday afternoon, while a few participants from different countries decided to play a quick game, officials intervened and called for the group to disperse, according to reports.Fans are a little louder at a sports festival of such a size, singing and chanting, as well as cheering and wishing their team well.

According to a survey, excited World Cup fans were told they were chanting too loudly by cops in Qatar after a complaint from an irritated local on the metro.Indoor sports facilities and inflatable equipment are not permitted inside the stadium, according to the rules.Frisbees, bicycles, rollerblades, skateboards, kick scooters, and electric scooters are not permitted inside the arena.Large equipment such as stairs, benches, folding chairs, boxes, cardboard boxes, umbrellas, large bags, backpacks, and sports bags are also prohibited inside the stadium, according to a study.

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