In Qatar, regular fans won't have access to alcohol at matches. Only spectators in the stadiums' high-end luxury suites will have easy access to booze.
In general, the public consumption of alcohol is illegal in Qatar — an offense that can bring up to six months in prison and a fine of more than $800
Islam is the official religion of Qatar — and anyone found to be proselytizing for other religions or criticizing Islam "may be criminally prosecuted."
Speech that's deemed critical of the Qatari government could trigger an arrest. Those laws apply both to spoken words and social media.
"Homosexuality is criminalized in Qatar," the State Department notes.
Both men and women cover shoulders, chests, stomachs, and knees, and that tight legging be covered by a long shirt or dress," the State Department said.