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World Cup 2022 Qatar is preparing for the launch of the most prominent World Cup

World Cup 2022 Qatar is preparing for the launch of the most prominent World Cup

World Cup 2022 Qatar is preparing for the launch of the most prominent World Cup. Today, Sunday, November 20, all eyes are directed to Al Bayt Stadium, which will witness the opening of the first World Cup in an Arab country, amid great anticipation for the Qatar 2022 edition, which is expected to be exceptional, in light of the controversy still circulating around it.

 

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World Cup 2022 Qatar is preparing for the launch of the most prominent World Cup

World Cup 2022 Qatar is preparing for the launch of the most prominent World Cup
World Cup 2022 Qatar is preparing for the launch of the most prominent World Cup

The flags of the 32 countries participating in the 2022 World Cup, as well as photographs of the most outstanding players of these teams, decorate the streets of Qatar. Many fan zones have also been identified. during the tournament.

Since arriving in Doha, the Arab character appears clear on this version of the World Cup, starting with Al-Bayt Stadium, which will host the opening ceremony first, and then the opening match between Qatar and Ecuador. The design of this stadium is inspired by the tent that was inhabited by the Bedouin people, and is associated with hospitality.

World Cup 2022 Qatar is preparing for the launch of the most prominent World Cup

The Arab masses flock to Qatar successively, and gather in separate regions of the country, to start the World Cup atmosphere earlier than the expected date, with the start of their celebrations of this tournament, which they believe has finally put the Arab masses of the round witch in the spotlight, as it is held on Arab soil for the first time after decades of the version. The first.

Since the announcement of Qatar’s winning of hosting the 2010 World Cup, the country’s situation has changed dramatically, perhaps faster than the Qataris themselves expected, as a Qatari citizen assured us that the World Cup contributed to “accelerating the pace of infrastructure development” in the country.

 

The Qatar 2022 World Cup is the most controversial

World Cup 2022 Qatar is preparing for the launch of the most prominent World Cup
World Cup 2022 Qatar is preparing for the launch of the most prominent World Cup

Perhaps the Qatar World Cup version is the most controversial in the history of the World Cup finals, amid criticism of this Arab country related to human rights and workers involved in the construction of infrastructure in preparation for this tournament, but Qatari citizens believe that their country is “subject to a smear campaign from the West.”

One of the biggest challenges Qatar faced was providing accommodation for fans. From the first moment the question arose whether this small country would be able to host tens of thousands of fans during the World Cup, so there were many accommodation options, including accommodation for fans in different places.

Hina Salema Farm in Qatar prepared to receive the arrivals to attend the World Cup, by providing tents to give a different experience to those coming to attend the World Cup.

The hosting options provided by Qatar range from cabins for fans, tents in camps in the desert, in addition to hotels and hotel apartments, and even floating hotels.

However, fans say that all these options may not fit their budget, and therefore we find that some of them chose to reside in Saudi Arabia or Dubai, rather than go to Qatar on the days of the matches.

Press reports indicate that Qatar spent about $220 billion to host the World Cup, and thus this edition will become the most expensive in the history of the tournament, However, there are no complete official spending figures.

So, we are waiting for a “World Cup for all Arabs”. This is what the Arab masses are waiting for, who were hoping for Egypt and Algeria to qualify for the World Cup finals, to become the largest number of Arabs participating in the World Cup held in Qatar.

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Rahaf Ibrahim

A multi-disciplined content writer with a long period of work in English and Arabic content and holds a master's degree in television media.

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