WATCH: #WeAreQatar - the 2018 FIFA World Cup edition

By QL Videos

Shaun from Qatar Living visited Sports Corner at City Center Mall in the latest 2018 FIFA edition of #WeAreQatar. In his (rather iconic) football costume, our colleague was on a mission to gauge just how hard football fever has hit the city.

With Qatar set to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, we can safely say it’s no wonder people here are paying more attention to this World Cup. Check out Qatar Living’s dedicated FIFA World Cup page for all the latest updates on cup-related news and info.

After grilling a few customers with the FIFA jerseys challenge, it was pretty clear that many people—or at least the ones shopping at Sports Corner—know their football teams.

For those of you interested, our gracious hosts Sports Corner happen’s to be the country’s number 1 store for sports shoes and apparel, with several stores across Qatar, including in major malls like Doha Festival City and Landmark.

Shaun may be supporting the underdogs Mexico in the tournament, but we also want to hear who YOU hope takes home the Cup this year. Share with us in the comments below!

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