Qatar's preparations for the FIFA World Cup 2022

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The FIFA World Cup in Russia has been a huge success. It has been dubbed as one of the best World Cups in history. But Qatar is making sure that the next one will be a World Cup that people will remember forever. Qatar has never been able to qualify for the World Cup and the country didn’t have enough stadiums to organize a World Cup when Qatar was announced as the host of 2022. The challenging weather in that region was another issue on everyone’s mind. But the country has taken the opportunity to host the World Cup very seriously and made a lot of progress in the preparations.

 

Qatar will be the first Arab and a Muslim-majority country to host the World Cup in 2022. Qatar has been planning to make the World Cup bigger and better than any other. They are either upgrading or expanding the capacity of their stadiums or making new stadiums for the World Cup. All of the stadiums will have at least 40,000 capacity or more.

Qatar 2022 Stadiums

They are expected to have eight stadiums ready by 2022 before the World Cup. The stadiums are intended to employ cooling technology capable of reducing temperatures within the stadium by up to 20 °C (36 °F), and the upper tiers of the stadiums will be disassembled after the World Cup ends and will be donated to countries with less developed sports infrastructure. The reason for the cooling systems is to overcome the challenging environmental nature of the country. Qatar aims to build the stadiums with the highest sustainability and environmental standards.

Qatar World Cup 2022 - Official Trailer

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