A fan festival that has become a culture… 780,000 people enjoyed the Women’s World Cup

Fan festivals have become part of the World Cup culture. Following the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, the fan festival was a success at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Starting with the 2006 World Cup in Germany, FIFA has held fan festivals in major cities for every tournament since then. At the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup, the motif was obtained from Korean fans cheering on large screens in major plazas such as Gwanghwamun.온라인바카라

Since then, FIFA has gradually developed the fan festival as the main business of hosting the tournament, and in the 2022 Qatar World Cup, a large-scale fan festival park was created in Alvida Park, Doha, to enjoy not only game relays but also popular singer concerts and various events.

Thanks to this, it was a huge success at the box office, with a cumulative 1.85 million visitors during the event.

FIFA also operated a fan festival for the first time in the Women’s World Cup by creating large screens in nine cities in Australia and New Zealand.

The result was a great success. FIFA introduced on the 23rd (Korean time), “The fan festival became the center of this World Cup event. Fans who could not enter the stadium enjoyed a unique and valuable soccer experience.” They visited the festival and breathed passionately together.”

“The inaugural Women’s World Cup Fan Festival exceeded all our expectations and was packed with fans beyond capacity every day,” said a FIFA official.

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