Will Qatar Be Ready for the World Cup?
Qatar has been selected by FIFA as host for the 2022 world cup, as the country is in the running along with eight other nations.
Qatar has been selected as the host of the 2022 FIFA football world cup by FIFA’s executive committee. The tournament will kick off in 2022 and it has been awarded to an expansion of Qatar Olympic Committee.
With Qatar already hosting the Asian games, the world cup would be hosted in Qatar’s emirate. The choice has been controversial as a number of states have questioned the process behind the choice, citing human rights violations.
Qatar may also face a major challenge of the world cup because of the current political situation in the country and its hosting of the football World Cup in 2022, which Qatar last hosted in 1991.
FIFA has awarded an expansion of Qatar’s national football team’s World Cup bid to four teams – the United Arab Emirates; Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Nepal.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup bids were also awarded to Russia, Saudi Arabia and North Korea for the 2026 tournament, which is scheduled to be held in Russia.
Qatar, which is currently hosting the Asian Games, has previously bid to host the world cup in 1990. In that bid, Qatar, a small oil-rich country, had already hosted the Asian games and was considered a strong candidate for the world cup. Qatar has been selected as host for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Qatar has a population of 1.38 MILLION people. Qatar is one of the richest African countries in terms of wealth. Qatar has oil, gas and coal reserves, one of the highest oil reserves in the world. The country produces 1,100,000 barrels of oil a day, making it second only to Saudi Arabia.
Quatar has a very strong football culture with an annual professional football tournament. Qatar currently hosts the world cup every four years, with the most recent hosting at 2004 and 2020. Qatar is already hosting the Asian games next year.
The world cup is the most prestigious tournament in the world. Since the first edition was held in 1930 it has grown in size and stature in the sporting world, and has also become a great commercial success. In 2014 there were 31 countries participating with an eventual winner Qatar, along with a