Catch Football World Cup live action at Expo City Dubai Fan Zone


Dubai Expo City Dubai has set up giant screens for football enthusiasts at Jubilee Park and Al Wasl Dome. There are a number of expensive FIFA World Cup packages available, but Expo City Dubai promises a treat that won’t break the bank. Head over to Dubai Expo Fan City to watch the live streaming of the FIFA World Cup.

Fan City at Jubilee Park

Jubilee Park is showcasing a variety of entertaining, family-friendly, and engaging activities, including table-top games, agility courses, foot volley courts, penalty shootout, face painting, and DJs spinning decks during half-time.

Spectators can view the matches on a seven-by-eleven-meter-wide main screen. In the activity area, another screen has been put up. Budweiser, the official sponsor of the Fifa World Cup Qatar 2022, led the construction of the third screen in a licensed area for guests of legal drinking age. Fans may also watch the game in the cozy Shisha Lounge.

Jubilee Park has jumbo screens and a colorful environment. Up to 10,000 guests may be accommodated at Jubilee Park, which also has a cozy area with bean bags and food trucks providing a range of cuisines.

Jubilee Park is open from 5 PM to 1.30 AM on weekdays and from noon to 1.30 AM on weekends.

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Fan City at Al Wasl Dome

The Al Wasl Dome, which has a seating capacity of 2,500, will live-stream FIFA World Cup Qatar events on four super-sized screens, beginning with Round 16 on December 3. The four 9×5 meters screens are augmented by in-game graphics projected across the dome.


Matches will feature team anthems, a flag-raising ceremony, and pre and post-game entertainment for the fans to enjoy.

Families and adults alike are catered to in Al Wasl Plaza. VIP packages for both individuals and groups can be purchased to enjoy the deluxe experience at Al Wasl. 

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Ticket holders for the early game will enjoy complimentary access to Jubilee Park following the early game, and Al Wasl will be accessible from 6 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. and 10 p.m. to 1.30 a.m.

A complimentary one-day Expo City Dubai Attraction Pass valid through December 31, will be given to hospitality visitors.

Location of Expo City Fan Zone

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Between the Sustainability and Mobility areas at Jubilee Park is where you’ll find the Expo City fan zone. It’s simple to get there; all you have to do is board the red metro line and travel to the Expo 2020 Metro Station. After you get off, you can freely explore the city. After passing the Wasl Dome, turn right diagonally toward the direction of the park. Right there will be the fan zone entrance. You can tell you’re going in the correct direction when you hear football commentary and fans cheering before you really see it.


What’s on the menu at Fan City?

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There are many places to eat and drink in the gated fan area. However, with a few notable exceptions like AlBaik, Adrift Burger, and Al Fanar, the majority of the Expo 2020 Dubai eateries and kiosks have closed. Food options such as Coppasta, desserts, snacks, and coffee are all available in the fan zone.


The tickets for Expo City Dubai Fan Zone can be purchased from here. Jubilee Park admission is Dhs30 per person and is not redeemable for food or drinks.

Children Policy

General admission to fan city for children aged 12 or younger is free. Age verification is necessary.

Prohibited items in the Fan City

Laptops, flares, horns, trumpets, and posters or signs larger than 30cm x 30cm are not allowed in the fan city for FIFA World Cup.

The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, which is the most anticipated event of the year, coincides with Expo City Dubai’s Winter City from 23 November to 8 January, so guests can expect a dual dose of entertainment with city-wide attractions including a holiday market, eye-catching light shows, and a fantasy fir tree at Al Wasl Plaza.

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Murryam Hafeez

I am a Transportation Engineer by profession and also a voracious reader. I read everything, from novels to the ingredients written on my jar of peanut butter.

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