In Doha, Paris brings football lovers into the "PSG experience"

During the World Cup in Qatar, Paris Saint-Germain is offering a number of immersive experiences to fans on site.

More than ever during this month dedicated to the football World Cup, the club from the capital is committed to offering football lovers experiences in Qatar, the host country of the World Cup.


The Virtual Reality Arcade, which was first tested at the Parc des Princes, has now been installed at the 3-2-1 Museum in Doha, in a space that will take you on a journey, with attractions around Paris and the Rouge et Bleu.

The Birdly flight simulator takes visitors on a virtual flight over the iconic monuments of the French capital, including the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame de Paris and the Parc des Princes. The club's den becomes a launch pad to soar higher into the Parisian sky.

The VR goalkeeper allows the most daring to become a goalkeeper for the duration of an experience, with the goal of stopping the 10 shots of our most feared players in front of goal (Neymar Jr, Kylian Mbappé, Lionel Messi etc...).

A final attraction offers the most daring a rowing competition on the Seine against the greatest Paris Saint-Germain players. Combining sport and fun, this race is also an opportunity to admire Paris, from the Eiffel Tower to Notre-Dame, via the Louvre and the Grand Palais.


After the Paris Saint-Germain players, it's your turn to try your hand at the art of giant pool football! The goal is to get the most balls in the pockets! This challenge has been set up in several locations in Doha: in the cultural village of Katara, in the city centre of Mushiereb and in the Doha Golf Club, frequented by fans from all over the world who have come to the World Cup. Participants who accumulate the highest score will receive a special prize.

Each location also features impressive murals highlighting 11 of the club's iconic players currently participating in the World Cup (Lionel Messi, Neymar Jr, Kylian Mbappé, Achraf Hakimi, Danilo Pereira, Nuno Mendes, Pablo Sarabia, Carlos Soler, Marquinhos, Vitinha and Keylor Navas).


The Paris Saint-Germain stores are spread all over the world, from Tokyo to New York and Seoul, and are obviously in Doha to allow fans of the Rouge et Bleu to find all the Parisian collections. In total, more than twelve points of sale have been set up in Doha. Logan and TodayitsFootball visited the Villagio shop!

Paris Saint-Germain Academy

For more than three years, Paris Saint-Germain has opened an academy in Doha, one of the latest additions to a model that has spread to 15 countries and brings together more than 22,000 children around a shared passion for football. The club from the capital is also established in 6 sites, dedicated to training and football for the young players of tomorrow, with the Rouge et Bleu structure.

Logan and TodayitsFootball came to visit the biggest one during this football World Cup (Duhail - University of Doha for Science and Technology).

Finally, Paris Saint-Germain is well represented in Doha, with no fewer than eight Parisians currently in the running to reach the quarter-finals of the most beautiful of competitions.

Paris is also shining, as evidenced by this tower in Doha, which shone with the image of Kylian Mbappé and Pelé.