Football mania takes hold in Dubai – and not just for the World Cup

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Published on April 28, 2023 - Duration: 05:00s

Football mania takes hold in Dubai – and not just for the World Cup

Whether you’re an avid fan, a budding amateur or a professional player, there are many benefits of being in Dubai.

Committed supporters’ clubs, live games and shows, and cutting-edge training facilities and academies all unite Dubai’s football fans and aficionados in appreciation of the sport.

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