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31 Jan 2022


FIFA response to questions on World Cup accommodation booking among FAs & due diligence

As with any FIFA World Cup, participating member associations are presented a list of hotels from which they select their team base camps. Hotels are then assigned according to the preferences of the participating members associations...

In accordance with its Human Rights Policy, FIFA includes human rights clauses in all its contractual relationships. Such clauses define the standards FIFA requires companies to comply with and outline specific terms with respect to enforcement, such as regarding reporting, audit and inspection, remediation as well as stakeholder engagement. In terms of hotels proposed to participating member associations as team base camps for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM, these companies are required to comply with the SC’s Workers’ Welfare Standards as well as with the Sustainable Sourcing Code of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.

The Workers’ Welfare and Sustainability teams of the SC and Q22 implement comprehensive audit and inspection programmes with a view to ensure compliance with these standards. In this respect... In addition, FIFA/Q22 engage closely with participating member associations in support of their due diligence measures.