Qatar launches countdown to the 2022 World Cup – (video)

Doha: On Sunday evening, Qatar unveiled the “World Cup Clock” on the Corniche of the capital, Doha, to start the countdown to the year for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. A year before the World Cup, the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Inheritance, responsible for infrastructure projects for the tournament, announced the completion of work on the eight stadiums that host the first edition of the World Cup in the Arab world and in Middle East, according to a statement. Watch the broadcast in Live of the launch of the one-year countdown on #Qatar 2022 via the YouTube page @ Roadto2022 https://t.co/OfiRITr82i – Road to 2022 (@ roadto2022) November 21, 2021 The largest stadium of the tournament, with a of 80,000 fans, who will attend the final match. In total, Qatar has built 7 stadiums specifically to host the World Cup, while carrying out development work at the Khalifa International Stadium. The eight stadiums of Qatar are: “Al Bait”, “Ras Abu Aboud”, “Al Janoub”, “Educational City”, “Ahmed Bin Ali”, “Al Thumama”, “Khalifa International” and “Lusail”. do not take between any of the stadiums. The tournament lasts over an hour, which means, for example, that fans can cheer on their favorite team in the “Al Janoub” stadium (south of Doha) in a match that takes place in the afternoon, then join another match at the “Al Bayt” stadium in Al Khor, northern Qatar, on the same evening, to watch the matches in underground, auto, trains and motorcycles, as well as water taxis. The tournament adopts advanced passenger transport systems that will help make it the greenest version in FIFA World Cup history since the first tournament took place in Uruguay in 1930. All lodging and lodging options, both budget and luxury, are located within short distances from the tournament facilities, which will make it easier for fans to follow matches. On 2 December 2010, Qatar was awarded the right to host the tournament, which will take place from 21 November to 18 December 2022, with the participation of 32 teams. (Anatolia)

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