Al Thumama Stadium to operate at full capacity for Amir Cup Final 2021
Al Thumama Stadium will operate at 100 percent capacity (40,000 seats) for this year's Amir Cup Final, which will also mark the first official match being played at the new stadium.
Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy’s Rashid Al Khater stated that fans above the age of 12 must show proof of vaccination, whereas fans under the age of 12 must conduct a rapid antigen test 24 hours before the game.
Moreover, masks must also be worn at all times during the Amir Cup Final. Tickets priced at QAR 20, QAR 50, and QAR 100 are available online from tickets.qfa.qa.
Following a purchase, ticket holders will be directed to apply for a mandatory Amir Cup Fan ID. Fans must upload a passport-style photo and collect their Fan ID from Qatar National Convention Centre from 12 October onwards (open daily from 7 AM to 11 PM).
In order to collect a Fan ID, fans must present their Qatar ID or passport, a confirmation Fan ID email, or SMS and show their Ehteraz app to prove they are vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19.
Fans must show their Fan ID in order to gain access to the stadium on match day. The Fan ID will provide free access to the Doha Metro on match day.
In order to be eligible to attend the Amir Cup final, fans will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, having got their second dose by October 7, 2021, with an Ehteraz app that displays a golden frame or recovered from COVID-19 within one year of October 22, 2021 (with proof).
Within 24 hours of the match kick-off time, fans under the age of 12 must complete a quick COVID-19 test in a licensed medical center. On matchday, proof of a negative test result must be presented at the stadium gate.
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