The final of the eight games took place on Friday at the Education City Stadium of the Qatar Foundation (QF), with Brazil taking against Croatia. A total of about 350,000 people attended the stadium overall.
Fans with a varied abilities enjoyed watching the matches at Education City Stadium during this exceptionally inclusive edition of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM, which was played for the first time in the Middle East. This was made possible by the accessibility services that were provided, which included sensory rooms that could accommodate close to 35 fans, entertaining performances by artists with a variety of abilities on the fan routes to the stadium, and accessibility volunteers who made sure that everyone had a positive experience.
Education City Stadium was the only venue hosting a match at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM that has devoted volunteers for accessibility. There were 1,000 volunteers ready to help fans at each game, of which 15 were specifically trained in accessibility. Experts from QF trained 247 accessibility volunteers to assist all spectators with disabilities during the competition.