FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar Interesting Facts [Infographic]
July 28, 2022
For the first time ever, the Middle East will host the FIFA World Cup, the most important football tournament in the world, with Qatar serving as the venue. The competition will begin in the winter of 2022, and a month-long carnival will be held in the most famous country in the Middle East.
But, you know, there are a lot of factors that will make the 2022 World Cup one of the most distinctive tournaments in football history. Let’s examine some of the most intriguing details that make the 2022 World Cup special in every aspect. VOI makes an effort to compile it from several sources.
The amount that Qatar is spending to get ready for the 2022 world cup is another remarkable evidence regarding the tournament. According to reports, Qatar spent 200 billion US dollars on infrastructure projects, including the building of hotels, highways, stadiums, and other facilities. As a result, the World Cup in Qatar will rank one of the most costliest tournaments ever.
Stadiums hosting the World Cup in the fewest number possible
The number of stadiums for the 2022 world cup in Qatar is another distinctive feature. The number of stadiums planned by Qatar for FIFA 2022 is only eight, which is the fewest venues for a world cup in living memory.
other interesting facts:
FIFA World cup 2022
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First world cup in the Arab world
5 million expected visitors. > There will be an estimated 1300 flights coming to Qatar on a daily basis for the whole month.
Qatar 2022 World Cup stadiums will have > 26 times the number of doors as in the White House > 7 times as many as Buckingham Palace > 84,000 tonnes of structural steel
Multibillion dollar world cup – US$220 billion > Most Expensive World Cup Ever
60 times the $3.5 billion that South Africa spent on the 2010
Final match ticket would be $1,607, 46% higher than the 2018 world cup
Kylian Mbappé is the highest valued player 160 million Euro
England football team ranks first in market value out of all the teams that qualified for the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar €1260 million
Qatar spending around $8bn-$10bn on 8 stadia
Al Bayt Stadium – Reported cost $847m – Capacity: 60,000