No Beer Ban For The Rich And Famous

  • World Cup fans willing to pay a hefty price will be able to enjoy plenty of Champagne, whiskey, vodka, sommelier-selected wines, and beer during soccer’s biggest event.
  • For $3,000 per ticket, fans can visit the luxurious hospitality lounges, suites, and restaurants at the event’s eight stadiums to indulge in high-end alcoholic drinks and fine food.
  • Clients of long-time FIFA partner MATCH Hospitality can venture to a tented village next to the stadium for wine, beer, and “street food on the move” for $950 per person.
  • Qatar, a conservative Islamic nation, opted to ban beer sales at the stadiums at the last minute, serving only alcohol-free Bud Zero on the stadium grounds to regular fans.
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