International Hayya Card holders can invite up to three non-ticketed fans to attend FIFA World Cup International Hayya Card holders can invite up to three non-ticketed fans to attend FIFA World Cup
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International Hayya Card holders can invite up to three non-ticketed fans to attend FIFA World Cup

International Hayya Card holders can invite up to three non-ticketed fans to attend FIFA World Cup

The feature is only applicable to approved Hayya Card holders aged 18 or above who applied using a FIFA World Cup ticket number

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International Hayya Card holders travelling to Qatar for the FIFA World Cup can now invite up to three non-ticketed fans to attend the tournament.

The ‘Hayya with Me (1+3)’ feature allows international fans to invite up to three non-ticketed individuals to watch the World Cup games, the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy has said.

The feature is only applicable to approved Hayya Card holders aged 18 or above who applied using a FIFA World Cup ticket number.

The non-ticketed fans applying through a Hayya with Me (1+3) voucher can be any age. However, they must hold a valid passport, must not be Qatar ID holders and need to confirm their accommodation in the country during the tournament.

Each Hayya with Me (1+3) applicant will need to pay a non-refundable fee of QAR500. However, the charge will not applicable to children under the age of 12.

International fans with approved Hayya Card applications will receive an entry permit to Qatar via email. The Hayya Card, along with a valid match ticket, will allow access to stadiums, as well as free public transport for the duration of the tournament, a statement said.

Every Hayya Card application will need to confirm a user’s accommodation – whether the booking is through the Qatar Accommodation Agency (QAA) or a third party.

Fans entering Qatar to attend the tournament must show proof of a negative Covid-19 test regardless of their vaccination status, the Supreme Committee said earlier this month.

Read: Qatar outlines Covid-19 test protocols for international visitors attending FIFA World Cup

The FIFA World Cup is starting on November 20, a day ahead of its original schedule, with hosts taking on Ecuador.

Read: FIFA World Cup may start one day earlier with Qatar-Ecuador game

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