Nasser Al Khater, General Manager of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, said all stadiums and training sites for the mega event are complete and are being tested with various events ahead of the big kick off later. This year.
“I am delighted to be able to report that all of our stadiums and training sites are ready and tested with various events ahead of the big kick-off later this year.
Meanwhile, final touches are being made to our national infrastructure, operational tournament planning and the incredible experience Qatar will provide to fans around the world,” Al Khater said during the opening of a seminar. two-day event bringing together representatives of the 32 nations that qualified on Monday.
Managers, team doctors and media officers from the 32 qualified teams are in Doha for a series of workshops aimed at taking a closer look at the stadiums, training facilities and operational details of the tournament, which is due to begin November 21.
As well as visiting team hotels and training bases, delegates attended a number of sessions on a variety of topics including security, transport, football technology and officiating.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar will be held in the Arab world for the first time, with the final match to be played at the 80,000-seat Lusail Stadium on December 18. Seven other stadiums will also be used for the tournament, which will be the most compact in modern history.