President Abdul Hamid witnessed the FIFA World Cup 2022 Trophy in Bangabhan as the trophy arrives in Dhaka this afternoon, ahead of the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Qatar. The FIFA World Cup Trophy was led by Cristian Lali Karembeu, the midfielder of the French team that won the 1998 World Cup.
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And the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) Kazi Mohammad Salah Uddin summoned President Hamid to Bangabhan this afternoon and they show the FIFA World Cup Trophy. The trophy, sponsored by Coca-Cola, one of the sponsors of the FIFA World Cup, arrived here today with the help of the Department of Youth and Sport and the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF), to travel 36 hours, to Bangladesh fans the opportunity to win the most coveted football award.
The chartered plane, carrying the first Qatar World Cup 2022 trophy, arrived at Hazrat Shahjalal (R) International Airport from Pakistan at 11:25 am today. Cristian Lali Karembeu and the seven-member FIFA team were with him. The FIFA World Cup Trophy kicked off its international tour of 56 provinces, including Bangladesh, from Dubai on May 12, ahead of the Qatar World Cup 022.
President Hamid received the Football World Cup trophy as he arrived in Bangabhan this afternoon. No one has the right to touch the trophy right now, except for the players of the team that won the World Cup and the Head of State. The FIFA World Cup was brought to Bangkok today to present to the President. For more to know about Qatar World Cup tickets Click here.
The President thanked all the officials involved, including FIFA, for bringing the Qatar Football World Cup trophy to Bangladesh. This will make the players, organizers, and fans more interested in football and Bangladesh football will advance to international matches in the coming days, Abdul Hamid hopes.
Earlier, before that, the image of the first trophy came here in 2013, said a BFF official. After a 36-hour trip to Bangladesh, the Football World Cup trophy will fly to East Timor at 12:10 p.m. The President also took part in the photo booth at the event.
First Lady Rashida Khanam, Minister of Youth and Sports Zahid Ahsan Russell, son of President Rezwan Ahammad Taufiq, Member of Parliament, French midfielder who won the 1998 World Cup Christian Lali Karembeu, BFF President Kazi Mohammad Salahuddin, Coca-Cola representative Shanker Roy and members of the President’s family also participate in the photo session. Presidential secretaries, the Secretary of the Ministry of Youth and Sport, and senior civil and military officials were also present.
QOC hosted a FIFA World Cup promoter training workshop
The move by the Qatari Olympic Committee (QOC) to support the Qatari Executive Committee’s efforts to highlight the role played by volunteers. The presentation on the FIFA World Cup, scheduled to take place from November 21 to December 18, was made by the director of the Volunteer Affairs Department at the Executive Heritage Committee Nasser Al Mogaiseeb, as well as departmental staff Fatima Al Magid and Kareem Qadiri.
The venues, mascot, cultural heritage, and strategic objectives of the volunteer strategic department according to FIFA requirements were some of the topics discussed. There were also discussions on how to sign up to volunteer and what are the benefits after the event.
The QOC Department of Labor and Administrative Affairs is relentless in assisting staff participating in this major sporting event to meet its goal and create an attractive and attractive workplace, the QOC statement said. An estimated 20,000 volunteers from 45 workplaces are expected to work in formal and informal settings such as stadiums, training centers, airports, fan areas, hotels, and public transportation.
Those interested in volunteering should be at least 18 years old by October 1. Arabic speakers will be selected while English is required. No experience is required and candidates from all over the world are welcome to apply. For more to know about Qatar World Cup tickets Click here.
Qatar Restores Zinedine Zidane Headbut Sculpture at the FIFA World Cup 2022 Exhibition
Qatar intends to post a picture of Zinedine Zidane who made a name for himself in the 2006 FIFA World Cup final at this year’s tournament, authorities said on Monday. A five-foot-tall (16-foot) bronze featuring a French legend against Italian defender Marco Materazzi was laid to rest less than four weeks off the coast of Doha in 2013 when protests for violating Islamic law on idolatry led to a reduction.
The statue will now be at the center of the exhibition at the new international sports museum in Doha on the impact of high-level sports on mental health and coping with stress, said Sheikha Al-Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, head of the Qatar Museums.
It was not a matter of public art, moreover, it was felt that it was not the right place and would be re-installed, Al Thani told a press conference. We are planning to reintroduce it to the 3-2-1 museum. Zidane is a great friend of Qatar and a role model in the Arab world.
One of the things we try to teach and empower people is the truth about life. So with the sculpture of Zinedine Zidane, we will be talking more about the pressure on athletes under major competitions and the importance of dealing with mental health issues. Museum officials said they hoped the statue would be shown again when the Qatar World Cup 2022 kicks off on November 21.
An image created by Algerian-born French artist Adel Abdessemed has angered members of the Muslim community after it was suspended in 2013. The social media campaign saw many people criticizing it as a clear violation of religious teachings.
Al Thani said art is often opposed to art. At first, they criticize it but then accept it. Qatar, which has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on new museums and arts over the past two decades, is planning a major World Cup campaign with an estimated 1.4 million visitors. The historic Islamic Art Museum, which has been renovated, will reopen in October, Al Thani said.
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