Qatar to host charity match for Japan victims

Qatar will host a charity soccer match featuring stars from the

2002 World Cup final between Brazil and Germany to benefit the

victims of the Japanese tsunami and earthquake.

Brazilian great Cafu and the Qatar Football Association

announced plans the plans late Tuesday during a visit the former

defender was making to the country that will host the 2022 World

Cup.

Cafu said the December exhibition would feature the 2002 World

Cup players against a team of international stars. He said the

rosters have yet to be finalized, but said none of the players will

be paid to appear.

Cafu was part of three Brazilian World Cup campaigns and said he

wanted to do something to help the victims of the March 11 disaster

that left 27,000 reported dead or missing.