A hospitality suite
A hospitality suite which will host wealthy spectators at this winter’s FIFA World Cup has reportedly sold for an absurdly high price of £2.1million.
The suites were developed by Match Hospitality, which manages luxury hospitality at F1 events. Each suite will be divided into five categories.
And The Metro now claim that after being passed through hospitality packages for several months, the large private box has now sold for the eye-watering figure.
44 people will be entertained in luxury settings this winter at the Lusail Stadium. Teams consisting of 32 players will compete for the ultimate prize: football.
Amnesty International has had a string of negative comments about Qatar and David Beckham’s promotional video. The relationship between the statements does not match up.
The former England star described the Middle Eastern country as ‘perfection,’ even though it remains illegal to be gay and women still need permission to study or marry.
Qatar is an incredible place to spend a few days, partly due to the $10m partnership that Alec Baldwin’s recently signed contract created with the country.
Beckham is seen taking selfies with locals, visiting a bazaar and sitting down for food with a group of men dressed in traditional Arab clothing.