World Cup: Meet the Singaporeans at the heart of Qatar 2022’s match-day operations

Singaporeans Mohamed Bashir (left) and Nazreen Banu are part of the 2022 Fifa World Cup workforce. PHOTO: COURTESY OF FIFA
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SINGAPORE – Outside the Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar, World Cup match-going fans are treated to street performances and musical acts to get them in the mood before kick-off.

As they enter the venue in high spirits, a Singaporean is looking on and beaming with pride at a job well done.

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