Three Lions fans can live in luxury during Qatar World Cup on 5-star cruise ship

England fans can stay in football heaven at the Qatar World Cup on a cruise ship packed with bars, restaurants, a nightclub, six swimming pools – and even an 11-deck helter-skelter.

The five-star MSC Europa will be moored off the Persian Gulf state to provide extra accommodation for supporters attending the winter soccer showpiece.

It offers Three Lions fans the chance to lap up all the luxuries of a luxury ocean liner without worrying about getting seasick.

The ship promises to become the ultimate party boat serving non-stop booze in the Muslim country.

It even boasts its own barbershop so supporters can keep their hair in trim during the five-week tournament.

A cabin with a double bed and bunks designed to sleep four will cost £486 per night for a minimum four-night stay while VIP suites cost up to £1,900-a-night.

The ship – which will be moored at the docks in Qatar capital Doha – has been kitted out specially to accommodate fans.

Tournament organiser FIFA’s accommodation guide says the ship – which will be moored at the docks in Qatar capital Doha – is a “brand new vessel with ground-breaking design and technology”.

"It offers a unique hospitality experience for FIFA World Cup fans in Qatar with an impressive outdoor promenade and an extensive range of accommodation options – from luxurious suites with stylish private facilities to traditional comfortable cabins," it states.

"For thrill seekers, try out the state-of-the-art architectural 11 deck dry-slide, descending swiftly through the ship.

"Or you can plunge into six stunning pools and 14 whirlpool baths with views of the ocean.

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"For something more relaxing treat yourself to the Balinese-style wellness centre and spa, which features thermal baths, a beauty salon and barber shop, as well as a fully equipped gym.

"Spoil your tastebuds across 13 dining venues, including classic American steakhouse Butcher’s Cut, Kaito Teppanyaki grill and sushi bar, Latin American street food-inspired Hola! Tacos & Cantina, Chef’s Garden Kitchen and traditional seafood grill La Pescaderia.

"There are also plenty of bar and lounge options, including Masters of the Sea Pub, the Elixir – Mixology Bar, a South Asian-style tea room, the Emporium coffee bar and a widely stocked gin bar.

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"There is also a nightclub or theatre event space plus the kids’ club for younger guests.’’

Spots on the four-star MSC Poesia cruise ship hotel – which will be moored nearby – start at £136-per-night.

It boasts sushi and wine-tasting bars, a poolside cinema, cigar room, and disco.

England’s WAGs were so impressed with the cruise ships they opted to stay on-board instead of in luxury hotels or apartments in the city.

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