Amnesty International UK have backed those LGBTQ+ Wales fans who were planning to boycott the 2022 World Cup in November.
Felix Jakens, head of campaigns at Amnesty International UK, told the BBC: "We have multiple concerns.
"This is a time when footballers in our own country are finally coming out as gay.
"There's more acceptance around LGBT people's participation. It's shocking that the World Cup is being held in a country where being gay is criminalised."
Wales have secured their World Cup place but a portion of the country's LGBTQ+ supporters are boycotting the tournament due to Qatar's stance on gay rights.