Qatar is all set for the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Qatar is all set for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Qatar has made history by gaining the right to host the FIFA World cup scheduled to take place from 21 November to 18 December 2022 and became the first Middle East and Arab country to host the world’s largest football tournament. The country has wielded this opportunity to offer a promising experience for the fans and to extend the legacy of the country all across the world. And the impact of the tournament will undoubtedly be historic.

Qatar is continuing their preparations for the upcoming tournament by providing a total of eight venues. All the venues will be obtainable for visitors entailing wheelchair ramps, accessible seatings, priority parking, etc. to make the environment most inclusive. The modular designs of the venues are specially rendered to allow dismantling and repurposing of the seatings as well as to donate seatings to football projects all around the world.

Contrary to FIFA’s usual time frame of May, June or July, this is going to be the first tournament to be held in November and December due to Qatar’s intense summer weather. Also, the tournament will last a total of 28 days. And the final day 18 December is also Qatar National Day.

Advanced cooling technologies are set up to ensure the stadium and its vicinities are kept cool always. The fans arriving from across the globe will have a secured and affluent experience throughout the tournament.

Fans can easily reach different venues via metro, car, taxi, etc. without any hassle. Accommodation facilities ranging from budget to high-end hotels will also be within the minimum expanse of the tournament venues. Millions of fans from all over the world had already made arrangements for their one month-long visit to Qatar to witness the most widely loved and followed sporting event in the world.

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