The renowned Italian player Andrea Pirlo is the face of Qatar Tourism’s latest international advertising campaign, “No Football. No Worries.”

The legendary athlete, who is most known for having represented Italy at the international level, will demonstrate everything that Qatar has to offer as well as where to get the finest of the Middle East.

In a series of amusing commercials, viewers witness Pirlo having fun on various excursions in Qatar, from kitesurfing at the nation’s newest resort, Fuwairit Kite Beach, to exploring the culture at the Museum of Islamic Art and sandboarding down the sand dunes of the Inland Sea.

I have thoroughly loved discovering Qatar, stated Andrea Pirlo. It is a lovely nation with lovely people and has a lot to offer.

You may enjoy Qatar and experience adventure, culture, and exhilarating activities whether you’re a sports fan or not. I’ve been there several times previously, and I can’t wait to go back again.

In addition to providing guests from all over the world with a warm welcome, Qatar delivers the finest of the Middle East in one secure and convenient location.

Every traveler to Qatar is extended our warm Qatari hospitality so they may have the vacation of a lifetime. We hope that our current humorous advertisement highlights the variety of activities available, which are catered to a wide range of preferences and budgets.

The “No Football. No Worries” commercials are now airing on international stations. They will be active on local TV stations, and social networking sites like Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat, as well as online distribution channels like YouTube and the Google Display Network in 17 countries.

The ad is a component of the new global brand strategy for Qatar Tourism, “Feel More in Qatar,” which emphasizes the variety of family-friendly attractions and experiences available in the region.

Fatih Karagümrük of the Turkish Süper Lig is presently managed by Pirlo. He was a standout for Inter and AC Milan, Juventus, New York City FC, and the Italian national team while he was a professional football player.

Pirlo participated in every game of Italy’s title-winning run at the 2006 FIFA World Cup, and his team’s first goal in the decisive penalty shootout against France gave them the championship.

By 2030, Qatar Tourism hopes to welcome more than six million foreign tourists yearly thanks to an ambitious long-term plan.

This will be accomplished by the destination by enhancing the whole tourist value chain, raising domestic and foreign visitor demand, luring inbound investment, and generating a multiplier impact across the domestic economy.