FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: Inside the Ultra-Luxurious Hotel Where the German Football Team Would Be Staying

Published 05/18/2022, 4:10 PM EDT

The World Cup in Qatar is coming closer every day. The competition is going to be held in the months of November and December, and teams are preparing for the biggest competition in the world of football. For example, the German national team recently announced that they have found a place to stay in at Qatar.

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Hansi Flick’s men will stay in the Zulal Wellness Resort for the World Cup. It’s a luxurious resort located in the city of Al-Ruwais, only 60 minutes away from Doha. The images of the resort show several beautiful pools and a view that looks out into the ocean.

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Germany’s home base for the Qatar World Cup

The team’s manager, Hansi Flick, spoke about their “temporary home” in Qatar. Flick talked about the fact that the team’s training ground is merely minutes away from their hotel and the relaxed environment at the hotel will make for a good vibe all around the team.

“We are only a short drive from Al Shamal’s training ground, and the fantastic conditions there will allow us to focus and to train intensively, and there is a wonderfully relaxed environment at the hotel. Those are the most important things for me as head coach,” Flick said.

Flick has won every trophy in club football during his short stint with Bayern Munich. He helped the Bavarians win a treble in 2020 and dominated the UCL. German fans would hope for a similar performance from their manager.

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Hansi Flick can now focus on football

They can rest easy as Flick added that the team can now focus on the football that the German national side will play. However, Germany are playing in the UEFA Nations League before that and Flick mentioned that he’ll use those games to find his perfect eleven.

We have exciting UEFA Nations League games against England, Italy, and Hungary in June and September, and they will help ensure we are prepared for the start of the World Cup,” he added.

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It’ll be interesting to see how far Germany can go in the World Cup, but their chances do seem good with Flick at the helm.

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Aniket Awasthi

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