Index hide1 The World Cup in Qatar became the most expensive in history with an investment of 220 billion dollars.2 According to what the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) reported, between 80 and 90 thousand Mexican fans made the trip to Qatar.3 Qatar 2022 became the TikTok World Cup, the favorite social network of the so-called “Generation Z”.
The World Cup in Qatar became the most expensive in history with an investment of 220 billion dollars.
According to what the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) reported, between 80 and 90 thousand Mexican fans made the trip to Qatar.
A video on TikTok responds to what the Mexicans who made the trip to Qatar to enjoy the World Cup, one of the most anticipated sporting events for four years, do.
Since last Sunday, the World Cup in Qatar has been forgotten and, of course, in the records of the history of the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA), considered, until now, the tournament for which a significant investment has been allocated.
Said by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SE), in the words of the head Marcelo Ebrard, shortly before the start of the World Cup, it was announced that, for the FIFA World Cup, the attendance of at least 80 or 90 thousand Mexican fans was expected.
“The Ministry of Foreign Relations (SRE) has already structured a special team there to attend to the Mexican fans that go, which we estimate will probably reach up to 80,000 or more Mexicans at the World Cup in Qatar,” explained Ebrard.
We are also talking about a turner for whom, according to the estimates of a financier, the cost per person to go to Qatar was divided as follows: 47 thousand 600 the trip; 12 thousand 500 lodging; 2 thousand 200 meals; 13 thousand 200 tickets; and a total of 1,740 pesos for extra expenses. The final sum would be 77 thousand 240 pesos per person. This is what it would cost to go to the World Cup, for a week and contemplating three games.
Engineers and merchants; Mexicans in Qatar reveal their professions
In a country with a total population of 2,930,524 people, of course the presence of more than millions of fans would be felt in every corner.
However, a question that always arose is “What do the Mexican fans who made the trip to Qatar do?” and this is what, in a way, is responding to a video on TikTok.
A content creator of the Chinese social network was dedicated to asking some Mexican fans about what their profession is and this was the answer:
As is well known, TikTok became the world’s social network, a platform that functioned as a window for Internet users to learn more about what was happening around the World Cup.
In this sense, the Mexican was one of the hobbies that gave the most talk, both on social networks and in traditional media.
Recently, a group of fans, on the occasion of the December holidays, decided to take to the streets of Qatar and hold a traditional posada, inviting passers-by to join the initiative.