Two days before the world's greatest game is set to start, FIFA declared that brew deals will be prohibited at the eight World Cup arenas in Qatar.

FIFA said in a proclamation that the choice had been made "following conversations between have country specialists and FIFA."

Deals are as yet allowed at fan occasions in authorized settings, as well as in-arena extravagance suites that likewise serve alcohol, wine and custom World Cup 2022 champagne.

FIFA said the choice would guarantee "the arenas and encompassing regions give an agreeable, conscious and charming experience for all fans."

FIFA said the choice would guarantee "the arenas and encompassing regions give an agreeable, conscious and charming experience for all fans."

The offer of liquor is totally controlled in Qatar, an energy-rich Persian Bay country that follows a moderate type of Islam known as Wahhabism

The sale of alcohol at the stadiums has been a long-running negotiation between Qatar and FIFA, which is hosting the World Cup in the Middle East for the first time since the tournament kicked off in 1930.

Qatar initially agreed to permit beer sales when it won a bid to host the games in 2010, and reconfirmed that commitment when it signed the contract.

The decision to ban alcohol sales is worrying fans and commentators that FIFA doesn't have full control of its signature event, especially as the soccer organization forced another host country,