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Despite criticism of the Qatar World Cup: Cologne pub is looking forward to public viewing

Created: 10/19/2022, 4:44 p.m

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The FIFA World Cup 2022 will be held in Qatar from November 20th. © Kurt Schorrer/dpa

The pub “Haus BöhMer” in Cologne-Kalk is looking forward to the upcoming football World Cup in Qatar and also wants to organize public viewing events.

Cologne – Few sporting topics have been discussed more intensively in the past than the football World Cup in Qatar. Isn’t it just a number of human rights violations in the host country that are causing the tournament to be boycotted – or are restaurateurs deciding to broadcast the World Cup games in their locality? In any case, a decision has already been made in the “Haus BöhMer” in Cologne-Kalk: The games of the Winter World Cup will be broadcast live there during the public viewing.
24RHEIN reports why a Cologne bar owner is showing the World Cup.

The tournament starts on November 20, 2022 and ends just before Christmas. The city of Cologne recently announced that, as in previous years, it would not be holding any public viewing events. (mo)

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