The Infrastructure planned for the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar has reached 90 percent completion, with the three stadiums that have already been finalized – Khalifa International, Al Janoub, and Education City – safely hosting more than 100 matches in 2020 in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three more tournament venues are in the final stages of construction: Al Rayyan, Al Bayt, and Al Thumama. The main works at the remaining two stadiums – Ras Abu Aboud and Lusail – are set to be completed in 2021.
Saturday (November 21) marks exactly two years until the next and ground-breaking edition of the FIFA World Cup. The compact nature, modern landscape, and fascinating culture offered by the first edition of the event to be held in the Middle East and Arab world will guarantee a unique experience in 2022.
Among the many distinctive features, traveling fans will have the opportunity to potentially attend more than one match a day during the group stage, which will feature an exciting schedule with four daily fixtures, as announced earlier this year.