As the countdown to Qatar 2022 ™ FIFA World Cup accelerates, preparations are increasing in Qatar to provide an exceptional experience that allows football fans from around the world to enjoy Middle Eastern magic and learn for its unique culture.
In terms of developing work on projects for Qatar the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the infrastructure for the tournament is 90% complete; Three of the eight stadiums were announced as being ready, and the main work in two other stadiums was complete, with all the stadiums to be completed more than a year before the start of the tournament, allowing their readiness to be tested ahead of the event in plenty of time.
The three declared stadiums – Khalifa International Stadium, Al Janoub Stadium and City Education Stadium – have held more than 100 games this year under strict precautionary measures forced by the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, which prompted organizers’ thoughts to turn to innovative alternatives to encourage football activity. Please return.
Infrastructure development and construction work implemented by the State of Qatar to serve the championship is also progressing according to plans. The modern Doha Metro is now operating to its full potential, and the country is nearing completion of local and high-speed roads, and the expansion of Hamad International Airport is on schedule, air will meet the needs of more than 50 million passengers annually by 2022.
Infantino praised the very important labor reforms announced recently by the Qatari government, and said: “Qatar has made progress in building stadiums, ensuring stringent measures are implemented to protect workers’ health, and the AFC Champions League matches Held in Qatar demonstrating their flexibility and ability to Performance under difficult conditions. “
The FIFA President continued, saying: “During my brief visit to Doha a few weeks ago, I saw firsthand the remarkable progress in preparations, and I look forward with confidence to Qatar FIFA 2022 ™ World Cup in light of the positive transition it has achieved at local and regional levels, as well as the unique experience it will provide. The tournament is for fans from different countries to watch the best version of the World Cup ever. “
For his part, His Excellency Mr Hassan Al Thawadi, Secretary General of the Supreme Committee for Supply and Legacy, expressed his pride at the progress made by Qatar over the last ten years, and said: “The championship and infrastructure projects have registered a remarkable development, and the work is proceeding as planned, to witness together. And well before the start of the World Cup whistle, announcing the readiness of all the stadiums for the tournament. “
“The legacy programs of the tournament have begun to leave a positive impact on people’s lives in areas such as workers’ rights, education and entrepreneurship,” said Al-Thawadi, noting that this edition of the tournament is of great importance to Qatar and the region as a whole .
Al-Thawadi stressed that during the tournament, billions of people will be able to get acquainted with the Middle East and the Arab world, noting that “this will be the first time that many will learn about our culture.”
Al-Thawadi expressed his aspirations for Qatar FIFA 2022 ™ World Cup to be “a place for people to come together where everyone is welcome”, and for the tournament to contribute to “extending bridges of understanding between cultures from around the world world and present an honest picture of the Arab world and the Middle East region. “
Qatar FIFA 2022 ™ World Cup is expected to be the closest tournament in modern times. The longest distance from one stadium to another is not more than 75 km, and the shortest is 5 km, which provides many benefits to players, including increased rest periods, training and movement restriction, avoiding the hassle of traveling with internal flights, accommodation and training in one location throughout the tournament period, in addition to the ability to watch more than one match a day in the group stage, in light of the tournament schedule, which is packed with four game of the day.
It is worth noting that the date for the opening match of the World Cup has been announced at the stunning Al Bayt Stadium, which has a capacity of 60,000 spectators. The stadium design was inspired by the traditional house of poetry that symbolizes hospitality and hospitality, while the final game will be held at Lusail Stadium, Can seat 80,000 spectators on December 18, 2022, and is -to accompany the National Day of Qatar Province.