The Next World Cup FIFA 2022


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The next World Cup FIFA 2022 will be the 21st FIFA World Cup, a quadrennial international football tournament contested by the men’s national teams of the member associations of FIFA.

First Arab country to Host next world cup FIFA 2022

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It is scheduled to take place in Qatar, from 21 November to 18 December, but may end up as late as 23 December if it is moved again. This will be the first Arab country To host the world cup and it’s also going to be the first country that got banned for corruption and bribery allegations.

Qatar was announced as hosts on 2 December 2010, and Russia and France won the right to hold the 2018 and 2022 finals respectively on 2 December 2010. The bidding procedure to hold the tournaments saw several hundred applications sent in before being whittled down to 32 for the finals tournaments.

Qatar and the next world cup 2022

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The voting took place in 2010 while the next world cup is scheduled to be played in 2022, this means that no preparations ( like stadium construction, road work or other civic projects ) can start before 2015 because of Qatar’s lack of infrastructure.

Qatar proposed an October date; the idea was rejected by FIFA after it would interfere with international club competitions and disrupt domestic league calendars. The final match will be held on December 18th 2022. Here are some interesting facts about the next world cup: – It will be 10 times bigger than any previous World Cup stadium – The first Middle Eastern country to host any major sporting event since the 2000 Olympics in Sydney – Shortage of skilled labour: Qatar has a population of 2.2 million people only 424000 of them are citizen, the majority who live in Qatar are foreigners. – The average summer temperature is 108 F (42 C) while winter temp. is 68 F (20 C) – There’s no established local football league for players to participate in, which makes it even more difficult to prepare.

Qatar 2022 World Cup will be played under floodlights, something which was not possible before due to heat and humidity conditions during the summer months in Qatar.

The schedule for the next world cup 2022

The first stage of the first round will be played from 26 November 2022 to 30 December 2022. The final match will be on 18 January 2023 at a stadium yet to be determined.

In which cities the matches will be held

All groups A, B and C matches will take place in four cities: Al-Rayyan, Doha, Dubai and Umm Salal. In addition, one city for each group is as follows: Riyadh (Groups A and B), Jeddah (Group C) and Muscat (Group D). Moreover, all games from the quarterfinals onwards will be held in Qatar alone. By selecting these countries, they have been chosen so that fans from all over the world can attend a game in the country where they live.

The stadiums for the next world cup 2022

The 11 venues have been selected from 16 candidates, with 12 already built and another being renovated. The Khalifa International Stadium is the largest, with an increased capacity of 44,000 seats for this World Cup. Five Asian teams will play their opening games at this stadium. Other stadiums include Doha’s Sports City (with two arenas) and Education City in Doha, Al-Ray World Cup Stadium in Al-Rayyan, Al-Shamal Stadium in Al-Shamal, the renovated Jaber Al-Ahmad International Stadium in Kuwait City and Abdullah Bin Khalifa Stadium in Muscat.

The final For next world cup

The final will be held on 18 January 2023 at a venue that has not yet been decided. With just two years and three months before kick-off, we can expect the tickets for World Cup 2022 to go on sale at any time. As for going to Qatar, it would be excellent because never one of these events had so many fans around the world hoping to see it. Logically our advice is: don’t wait too long if you want to go because you never know what may happen.

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