The best soccer fans in the world are almost always located in the South of the country, and it’s no surprise to see them there, either.
For example, the UAE is the only nation with a strong fanbase in the North of the Arabian Peninsula, while Qatar has the biggest soccer-loving base in the Middle East.
Here are the top five soccer nations for which to be in awe of: 1.
Qatar: The Gulf State is home to more than 300 million people, making it the fifth-largest country in the entire world.
As Qatar’s government is well-known for its high-level of social cohesion, there’s no denying the fact that the country is one of the most passionate and passionate fans in all of sports.
The Qatari flag is the official flag of the emirate, and the country’s fans are often seen cheering for their team on the field.
The nation’s fans also flock to the stadiums for big matches, and in some cases, they even go to the stands and even stage their own soccer matches.
If that weren’t enough, the nation’s soccer-playing fans have also managed to create a thriving tourism industry that’s seen an increase in the number of people visiting the country in recent years.
UAE: The Emirates is one the most well-connected nations in the region, with more than two million people residing there, and even though the UAE has a reputation as a bit of a “hotbed” of soccer fandom, there are many Qataris out there who can’t be blamed for flocking to stadiums to watch the game.
Qatar is home also to several professional soccer teams and, according to the countrys FIFA ranking, is the second-most popular destination for professional soccer fans after the United States.
It’s also home to the most professional leagues in the country.
And with the 2022 World Cup already underway, it’s definitely time for soccer fans to get behind their favorite team.
Kuwait: The Kuwaiti capital is known for hosting a wide variety of sports, including the Arab League, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), and the World Cup.
The country also boasts a number of world-class museums and art galleries, including one of world’s largest, the Louvre Museum, located in Al Ain, the heart of Kuwait.
The Emirati capital is home for many events like the Gulf Cup, the Emirates Cup, and many other sporting events, but, most importantly, the Kuwaiti people love soccer.
As of 2014, there were almost 300,000 people living in Kuwait, and with the country hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup, there will definitely be plenty of fans for the upcoming event.
Oman: Oman is one one of Africa’s richest countries, and for good reason.
The kingdom boasts a rich and diverse culture, with its rich history of sports including the ancient and modern history of the game as well as the country of the same name.
Oman is also home for a number world-renowned landmarks, including Al Ain stadium where the 2022 AFC Cup final will be held.
Oman’s football team has won the AFC Cup four times, and has even taken home a number international titles.
There are also several sports clubs and leagues in Oman, including Oman Cup, which features soccer, tennis, football, and basketball.
The capital of Oman is the capital of the United Arab Emirates, and there’s a strong and thriving soccer culture in the United Emirates, too.
UAE/Saudi Arabia: This two-nation Gulf country has a long history of being home to soccer fans.
The two countries have a long-standing history of sharing the same country and region, and despite the rivalry between the two nations, both countries have enjoyed a good rivalry in the recent past.
Saudi Arabia and the UAE have both participated in the FIFA World Cups and have played in the World Cups as well.
Both countries have strong soccer cultures and the teams are usually packed with fans at stadiums around the country as well, making for a fantastic atmosphere for a match.
Qatar’s soccer fans also make sure to be ready to watch a match from the stands, which makes it a must-see for fans of both teams.
What do you think?
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If so, why do you love Qatar?
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