Qatar will host the AFC U-23 Football Championship

Qatar will host the AFC U-23 Football Championship  Doha is dressed in the best way to receive the global event - the Qatari capital - Source: Qatar News Agency  The AFC Competitions Committee decided to recommend Qatar to host the 2024 Asian Cup for U-23 teams, during the fifth meeting held today, Friday, in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur.  After a comprehensive analysis of the candidate files and a total evaluation of the various main aspects, Qatar, which will host the 2022 World Cup between November 20 and December 18, was chosen by the committee that studied 5 candidate files, which also included Iran, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. and Uzbekistan.  The committee, which met under the chairmanship of Dr. Tran Quoc Tuan, commended the strong pace of most member national federations to recover after the COVID-19 pandemic.  In the wake of the decline in the impact of the pandemic on the continent of Asia, the Committee agreed to submit a recommendation to the Executive Office to suspend the operation of the rules of operations applicable in the AFC competitions during the Covid-19 pandemic, as of 2023.  At the same time, the members of the Committee took note of the challenges faced by many national federations and clubs, during their participation in the tournaments, as they continued to search for ways to deal with the complications resulting from this pandemic.   Qatar reveals the most prominent figures and gains for the 2022 World Cup  Nasser Al-Khater, CEO of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, revealed that the economic returns that Qatar is expected to obtain from organizing the World Cup will reach $17 billion.  Al-Khater said - in a statement - that Qatar will reap revenues during and after the tournament, including the increase in the number of tourists, which is one of the most important criteria set for studying the financial return, indicating that the World Cup will be followed by between 3 to 4 billion people around the world, which enhances Qatar to be Tourist destination after the tournament.  He added, "The follow-up will not be limited to matches only, but the focus will be on the country and the tourist and recreational places, and all the countries that hosted the tournament benefited from the increase in tourism, such as Brazil and Russia."  Regarding tickets, Al-Khater explained that there is a great demand for them, as the number of tickets is 3.1 million, while more than 80 million have been submitted to buy them, and about 35% of the tickets remain, and a large part of them go to big matches, and tickets will remain available throughout the tournament, The digital ticket app also makes it easy to buy or sell them.  Al-Khater said that he expects about one million people to attend during the tournament, stressing that housing is available on the state-supported accommodation platform of all kinds, and starts at $80.  He continued, "The private sector also provides housing units, and it has the right to determine the price it deems appropriate, and there is a range of housing prices to suit everyone through the official platform."  Regarding the number of media professionals expected to attend, Al-Khater said that the number of accredited media professionals for the tournament reaches 12,000 media professionals, technicians and photographers.  And the CEO of the World Cup concluded by saying, "Some unaccredited media professionals will attend the World Cup to cover the events surrounding it and the host country, in addition to the large presence of influencers through social media."

Doha is dressed in the best way to receive the global event - the Qatari capital - Source: Qatar News Agency

The AFC Competitions Committee decided to recommend Qatar to host the 2024 Asian Cup for U-23 teams, during the fifth meeting held today, Friday, in the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur.

After a comprehensive analysis of the candidate files and a total evaluation of the various main aspects, Qatar, which will host the 2022 World Cup between November 20 and December 18, was chosen by the committee that studied 5 candidate files, which also included Iran, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. and Uzbekistan.

The committee, which met under the chairmanship of Dr. Tran Quoc Tuan, commended the strong pace of most member national federations to recover after the COVID-19 pandemic.

In the wake of the decline in the impact of the pandemic on the continent of Asia, the Committee agreed to submit a recommendation to the Executive Office to suspend the operation of the rules of operations applicable in the AFC competitions during the Covid-19 pandemic, as of 2023.

At the same time, the members of the Committee took note of the challenges faced by many national federations and clubs, during their participation in the tournaments, as they continued to search for ways to deal with the complications resulting from this pandemic.

Qatar reveals the most prominent figures and gains for the 2022 World Cup

Nasser Al-Khater, CEO of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, revealed that the economic returns that Qatar is expected to obtain from organizing the World Cup will reach $17 billion.

Al-Khater said - in a statement - that Qatar will reap revenues during and after the tournament, including the increase in the number of tourists, which is one of the most important criteria set for studying the financial return, indicating that the World Cup will be followed by between 3 to 4 billion people around the world, which enhances Qatar to be Tourist destination after the tournament.

He added, "The follow-up will not be limited to matches only, but the focus will be on the country and the tourist and recreational places, and all the countries that hosted the tournament benefited from the increase in tourism, such as Brazil and Russia."

Regarding tickets, Al-Khater explained that there is a great demand for them, as the number of tickets is 3.1 million, while more than 80 million have been submitted to buy them, and about 35% of the tickets remain, and a large part of them go to big matches, and tickets will remain available throughout the tournament, The digital ticket app also makes it easy to buy or sell them.

Al-Khater said that he expects about one million people to attend during the tournament, stressing that housing is available on the state-supported accommodation platform of all kinds, and starts at $80.

He continued, "The private sector also provides housing units, and it has the right to determine the price it deems appropriate, and there is a range of housing prices to suit everyone through the official platform."

Regarding the number of media professionals expected to attend, Al-Khater said that the number of accredited media professionals for the tournament reaches 12,000 media professionals, technicians and photographers.

And the CEO of the World Cup concluded by saying, "Some unaccredited media professionals will attend the World Cup to cover the events surrounding it and the host country, in addition to the large presence of influencers through social media."
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