The countdown to the Qatar 2022 World Cup is only three years to start the consultation with the opening game. The tournament will begin on November 21 of that year and will be a revolution in many ways. The tournament will take place for 28 days and the match deciding the title will take place on December 18, Qatar National Day.
Eight stadiums will host the World Cup. There are currently two completely finished. Khalifa International Stadium opened after extensive renovation on May 19, 2017. Al Janoub Stadium, on the other hand, opened on May 16, 2019, hosting the Amir Cup final. This is Qatar 2022's first stadium was erected from scratch. Another six stadiums are under construction. Major works at all stadiums will be completed two years before the start of the tournament.
One of Qatar's strong points in 2022 will be its proximity. The longest distance between stadiums will be only 55 km (from Al Bayt Stadium to Al Janoub Stadium). The shortest distance will be 5 km (from Al Rayyan Stadium to Educational City Stadium). Fans can watch more than one match a day during the group stage.
Innovation at headquarters will make the World Cup the most modern tournament in history. Ras Abu Aboud stadium will be the first fully removable stadium in the World Cups. It will be built with ship containers and other modular blocks that will be reused after the tournament in smaller transgaming.orgs and non-transgaming.orgs facilities.
The crown jewel will be the 80,000 spectator Lusail stadium, which will host the opening and final match. In total, the stadium budget is $ 6,500 million.
The heat will not be an impediment to the tournament, which was moved to December. The expected average temperature during this period is between 18 and 24 degrees, which means perfect conditions for players and fans. 1.5 million fans are expected to visit Qatar during the World Cup. A variety of accommodation options are offered, including hotels, apartments, desert lodges and floating hotels (cruises).