Welcome to the 2022 World Cup, Qatar!

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The 20th FIFA World Cup will take place in Qatar from 20 November 2022 to 18 December 2022. It is the 20th World Cup overall. Eight cities will host matches during the tournament, including Doha, Al-Wakrah, Al-Rayyan, Umm Salal Ali, Al-Khor, Khalifa International Stadium, Lusail Iconic Stadium, and Mesaieed. Since their debut participation in the competition in 1934, this will be the first tournament that Arab countries have hosted.

The idea that Qatar will host the most expensive World Cup ever is one of the most talked-about aspects of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Football is a very popular sport in both Europe and America, as we just mentioned. They have the necessary facilities to hold such large-scale competitions. Due to a lack of facilities and infrastructure, Qatar had to construct many things from scratch. It is believed that Qatar has spent more than $300 billion US on infrastructure, including highways, hotels, and stadiums. The $300 billion tournament’s design will be exciting to observe!

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Qatar which has a population of 2.8 million people became the first Gulf Muslim country to hold the FIFA World Cup. Qatar won the World Cup bid back in 2010 against the USA, Japan, South Korea, and Australia.

For the first time in history, matches will be judged by women referees: Stephanie Frappart (France), Yoshimi Yamashita (Japan), and Salima Mukansanga (Rwanda) will scrutinize play.

The World Cup is now being staged in November and December rather than May, June, or July for the first time. This is a result of the harsh weather in Qatar in the summer. Despite having milder temperatures in November, all eight of Qatar’s stadiums are fully air-conditioned.

Although not participating in the World Cup, Pakistan has still contributed significantly to this year’s competition in an essential way. The production of around one-third of the total quantity of the “Al Rihla” ball, which will be used in World Cup matches, is the responsibility of Pakistan. These balls are produced by Forward Sports, a Sialkot-based business.

Just two days prior to the start of the tournament, Qatar modified its rules regarding the sale of alcohol to spectators. Although the selling of alcohol is severely prohibited in the Muslim nation, it was planned to be served “in select sections within stadiums”.

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This year’s tournament will feature more than 1,000 players from all over the world competing for their respective national teams than any previous edition of FIFA’s marquee event, and 52 additional teams will compete in regional qualifying tournaments to determine which nations will join them in Qatar later this year!

 It is expected to attract more than 2 million tourists to the country and generate $27 billion for its economy, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Football Slogan

The official slogan for the 2022 FIFA World Cup is “Football for Everyone”. This slogan was introduced by FIFA President Sepp Blatter in 2007 as part of his vision for football – “Our vision: Football for everyone!”

It’s true! The FIFA World Cup began in 1930, and Queen Elizabeth II was born in 1926. The queen had a special connection to the FIFA World Cup because she frequently attended as a spectator. The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar will be the first tournament to ever not feature Queen Elizabeth II.

The sad news is that football giants Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, who are probably the most popular players in soccer history, will likely play in their final international competition at this year’s FIFA World Cup.

As good deeds break records, the record books also document the bad deeds. According to reports, the 2018 world cup will be the most scandalous one ever. The matter is up for debate, from acquiring world cup rights to making it the most expensive world cup ever.

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