100 days until the start of the 2022 World Cup

100 days until the start of the 2022 World Cup  Qatar is preparing to crown the efforts of 12 years of continuous work Final preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup draw  The Secretary-General of the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, Hassan Al Thawadi, confirmed that the Qatar World Cup final - which will be held at Lusail Stadium on December 18, coinciding with the National Day of the State - is the culmination of 12 years of continuous work in preparation for the global event, starting from the moment Qatar submitted its bid to host the tournament. .  On the occasion of the start of the 100-day countdown to the start buzzer today, Friday, Al-Thawadi added, “We have come a long way and accomplished a lot in a relatively short period. We have also provided a global level in the field of hosting sporting events, and we have completed many projects on the humanitarian and social levels that benefit Qatar and the world.”  He continued, "We have emphasized since the first day that it is not just about organizing football competitions over a period of 29 days. We seek to provide an inspiring model for future generations. We wanted to teach young people in Qatar and the Arab world the possibility of achieving what may seem impossible. Many doubted. Qatar is able to host a tournament of this magnitude, but everyone is now witnessing our ability to achieve this on the ground.”  Integrated Infrastructure For his part, the Director General of the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, Eng. Yasser Abdullah Al-Jammal, praised the role that everyone in the Supreme Committee and its partners played in preparing for the championship.  Al-Jamal said, "We are proud of the projects we have accomplished, and the efforts we have made over the past years to implement them to the fullest. They were just dreams, ideas, and visions. Now we have a state-of-the-art integrated infrastructure and outstanding facilities that everyone uses every day. What a wonderful legacy vision." The tournament is making a tangible change in people's lives even before the tournament begins!"  Engineer Yasser Al-Jammal had been involved in preparing to host the tournament from the first moments, and played an important role in implementing the infrastructure necessary to host the World Cup, including the seven stadiums that were completely built specifically for the World Cup, as well as the development of Khalifa International Stadium.  For his part, the CEO of the 2022 World Cup, Nasser Al-Khater, who played a prominent role in preparing for the tournament since the stage of submitting the hosting file, said that the fans are on a date with an exceptional experience that exceeds their expectations at the end of this year.  An exceptional version of the World Cup Al-Khater added, "The fans coming from all over the world will witness a warm welcome in Qatar, and you will feel a great passion for football and the upcoming tournament. If you are a football fan, make sure that you will be in the right place. You can attend more matches, in addition to enjoying a lot of activities outside the tournament stadiums thanks to the many tourist attractions and various entertainment options, and I invite everyone to take the initiative to reserve their seats to attend an exceptional edition of the World Cup.”  Qatar is preparing to welcome football fans in the first edition of the World Cup to be held in the Arab world and the Middle East, giving fans from all over the world an opportunity to learn about Qatar, the region and the authentic Arab culture.  This tournament will mark a turning point in the history of Qatar and the region, as it will leave a legacy that will set new standards in organizing major sporting events in the future.  It is noteworthy that the Qatar World Cup 2022 will start on November 20 with the opening match between Qatar and Ecuador at Al Bayt Stadium. fan.

Qatar is preparing to crown the efforts of 12 years of continuous work
Final preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup draw

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, Hassan Al Thawadi, confirmed that the Qatar World Cup final - which will be held at Lusail Stadium on December 18, coinciding with the National Day of the State - is the culmination of 12 years of continuous work in preparation for the global event, starting from the moment Qatar submitted its bid to host the tournament. .

On the occasion of the start of the 100-day countdown to the start buzzer today, Friday, Al-Thawadi added, “We have come a long way and accomplished a lot in a relatively short period. We have also provided a global level in the field of hosting sporting events, and we have completed many projects on the humanitarian and social levels that benefit Qatar and the world.”

He continued, "We have emphasized since the first day that it is not just about organizing football competitions over a period of 29 days. We seek to provide an inspiring model for future generations. We wanted to teach young people in Qatar and the Arab world the possibility of achieving what may seem impossible. Many doubted. Qatar is able to host a tournament of this magnitude, but everyone is now witnessing our ability to achieve this on the ground.”

Integrated Infrastructure
For his part, the Director General of the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, Eng. Yasser Abdullah Al-Jammal, praised the role that everyone in the Supreme Committee and its partners played in preparing for the championship.

Al-Jamal said, "We are proud of the projects we have accomplished, and the efforts we have made over the past years to implement them to the fullest. They were just dreams, ideas, and visions. Now we have a state-of-the-art integrated infrastructure and outstanding facilities that everyone uses every day. What a wonderful legacy vision." The tournament is making a tangible change in people's lives even before the tournament begins!"

Engineer Yasser Al-Jammal had been involved in preparing to host the tournament from the first moments, and played an important role in implementing the infrastructure necessary to host the World Cup, including the seven stadiums that were completely built specifically for the World Cup, as well as the development of Khalifa International Stadium.

For his part, the CEO of the 2022 World Cup, Nasser Al-Khater, who played a prominent role in preparing for the tournament since the stage of submitting the hosting file, said that the fans are on a date with an exceptional experience that exceeds their expectations at the end of this year.

An exceptional version of the World Cup
Al-Khater added, "The fans coming from all over the world will witness a warm welcome in Qatar, and you will feel a great passion for football and the upcoming tournament. If you are a football fan, make sure that you will be in the right place. You can attend more matches, in addition to enjoying a lot of activities outside the tournament stadiums thanks to the many tourist attractions and various entertainment options, and I invite everyone to take the initiative to reserve their seats to attend an exceptional edition of the World Cup.”

Qatar is preparing to welcome football fans in the first edition of the World Cup to be held in the Arab world and the Middle East, giving fans from all over the world an opportunity to learn about Qatar, the region and the authentic Arab culture.

This tournament will mark a turning point in the history of Qatar and the region, as it will leave a legacy that will set new standards in organizing major sporting events in the future.

It is noteworthy that the Qatar World Cup 2022 will start on November 20 with the opening match between Qatar and Ecuador at Al Bayt Stadium. fan.
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