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England fan gets his own Qatari outfit complete with St George’s Cross


The Qatari influences took selfies with the two England fans

The Qatari influences took selfies with the two England fans (Picture: @leeeh1981)

England fans who travelled to Qatar for the FIFA World Cup are adopting a new dress code.

A video shared on TikTok shows men, women and children wearing St George’s Cross tops being invited for post-match celebrations at a juice bar.

There, Hamad Al Jameela, a popular Qatari influencer, can be seen helping them put on traditional Arab thobes.

The ankle-length robe, usually with long sleeves, is commonly worn in the Arabian Peninsula, the Middle East and North Africa.

This one is decorated with a big St George’s Cross, and the word England across the chest.

Mr Al Jameela can also be seen helping the fans put on the red headdress, which is worn by men of all ages.

Mr Al Jameela helped them with the traditional Arab headdress (Picture: @leeeh1981)

The post-match celebration took place at a juice bar (Picture: @leeeh1981)

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He wrote in the caption: ‘World Cup fans in Arab uniforms.’

The clip has already been watched more than 550,000 times, while another similar one boasts nearly 900,000 views.

Contrary to many reports coming out of Doha, some England football fans seem to be enjoying the tournament.

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Earlier this week, two fans claimed they had the night of their life partying with lions, exotic birds and the son of a Sheikh as they hunted for late-night beers.

England will face the US on Friday evening, after Monday’s 6-2 win against Iran.

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