Qatar is one of the countries that bid on the organization of the 2022 World Cup

Qatar is & eacute; & eacute; one of the countries bidding on the organization of the 2022 World Cup. A World Football Championship in Qatar will be the first ever global sporting event in the Middle East. Qatar is located in the middle of the Middle East and is accessible to all football fans from all over the world. By holding the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, soccer becomes popular with more than 435 million people from the Middle East. Qatar guarantees that everyone can follow the matches at the right times via internet and tv .

The 2022 World Cup in Qatar will be compact and that has benefits for fans, FIFA and the environment. Due to the compact schedule, football fans do not have to travel far and often, saving money. The environment is also less affected by this. Innovative technologies and advanced facilities will be built so that footballers and supporters can experience the 2022 World Cup in a cool environment.

Qatar will develop and use eco-friendly technologies for the stadiums of the 2022 World Cup . This technology can then also be used by other countries. After the 2022 World Cup, the built stadiums will be reduced in size, after which they will be used as permanent stadiums for regional clubs. Parts of the stadium can also be used as separate modules by other Asian countries.

Football fans from all over the world will experience the magic of traditional Arabian hospitality. People will leave Qatar afterwards with a new image about the Middle East. The 2022 World Cup in Qatar brings people from all continents together, so that people will understand each other better. This fits perfectly with the FIFA: For the Game slogan; for the World.

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Published on: 03-12-2009 00:00 | Updated on: 03-12-2009 00:00 | By: Patrick


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