World Cup supporters roast terrible breakfast with doughnut for £200-a-night deal and fans are all saying the same thing

WORLD Cup fans have slammed a sad looking breakfast allegedly being served at the fan village in Qatar.

Football fans have had to fork out nearly £200-a-night to stay in tents or shipping containers in pop-up accommodation.

Picture widely shared allegedly showing the breakfast from the Qatari fan village

Qatar desperately had to erect the fan camps the cope with the huge influx of visitors for the controversial World Cup.

Fans have already slammed the tent and cabin village as a “rip off” with some describing them as feeling “unfinished”.

Qatar has 1,800 tents and 6,000 cabins near Doha for the World Cup.

Tents can set you back £175-a-night – and punters have been sharing a picture of a box of grub that was said to have been served to fans.

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The “breakfast box” shows a sandwich, an apple, a “potato-looking” muffin and a doughnut.

It also comes with a kids’ lunchbox style carton of juice, a tiny water bottle, and a sachet of instant coffee in a paper cup.

The food box also includes a little plastic packet of honey.

Fans were left unimpressed by the alleged breakfast – and it latest piece of scran to cause a stir in Qatar.


The picture was shared multiple times on Facebook, Twitter and Reddit – receiving tens of thousands of likes and hundreds of shares.

“£200 to sleep in a plastic tent in the desert and eat something that looks like airline food?” wrote one fan.

Another added: “Genuinely thought they had been given a potato, then realised it was a muffin.”

Others said “200 quid a night for this?” and “looks like a packed lunch I got on primary school trips”.

Qatar has already faced questions over organisation of the World Cup – with reports weeks before the start that the nation simply was not ready.

Confusion over the sale of beer, infrastructure problems and reports of crowd trouble at the fanzone have already surfaced.

The tiny country is expected to welcome more than one million fans during the tournament – when the country only has a population of 2.9million.

Billions have been spent to try and ready the nation for its first attempt at holding an event of this scale.

“Wait, are you supposed to drink the instant coffee cold?,” another fan wrote of the breakfast.

Others added “that Nescafé budget coffee sachet just tops it off” and “honestly I’ve had better breakfasts in hostels”.

However, many other fans were happy with the breakfast and said it was no worse that what you get in budget hotels.

“That looks decent [to be fair]. Better than a lot of hotel breakfasts I’ve seen,” one said.

Another added: “All the English hooligans kicking off because its not a bacon roll [&] acan of lager.”

Others wrote “looks better than what is served in most UK stadiums” and “it looks nicer compared to some stuff I have had on planes”.

And another fan said: “To be fair it looks OK. But for 200£ you would get something immensely better anywhere else.”

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