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Qatar Works on Stadiums for FIFA 2022

The next FIFA World Cup is approaching slowly, and the country hosting it is Qatar — one of the world's richest countries. Since it is also very small and has a typical Middle East climate, there was no need for Qatar to build too many football stadiums until now.

After being selected to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Qatar had to act fast and plan the renovation of the existing stadiums, as well as the construction of new ones. In the agreement with FIFA, it is stated that Qatar should renovate a few of their existing stadiums and also build new ones.

The competition will be held in several cities in Qatar, including Doha, the capital city. The country will be ready to welcome a great number of football fans from every corner of the world.

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Since the country will not need all these stadiums after the World Cup, they are being built in a specific way so that they can be easily dismantled. Do not worry, they will be as safe as any other in the world, except that their parts will, when the tournament ends, be sent to some other developing countries and turned into 22 new stadiums.

But this is not the only innovation regarding the 2022 World Cup stadiums. Immediately after it was announced that Qatar will host the 2022 World Cup, the media attacked both FIFA and this country for not taking into consideration the hostile climate that could create serious problems for the players.

In order to keep the tournament, Qatar's government invested all of their resources in finding the world's best architects who can do something about this issue.

This resulted in the design of climate-controlled stadiums that will also be zero carbon-emitting. It is also planned that the stadiums reduce winds and solar radiation, as well as be equipped with soft air conditioning that will create appropriate playing conditions.

No one can say anything for sure yet, but the construction of the stadiums is ongoing for some time already. We hope that everything will turn out just right so the players can give their best, as usual. Just in case, FIFA allowed the competition to be held in winter instead of summer to avoid any possible complications.

Things You Should Know Before Visiting Qatar

Before you buy your 2022 World Cup tickets, it is recommended that you get some information about Qatar and its laws.

Even though the country is one of the hottest in the world, you cannot walk around the city without a T-shirt or in a bikini. Proper dress code must be adhered to at all times.

Secondly, if you are determined to be part of this football spectacle, you better start saving money. Qatar is a luxury-oriented country; therefore, it is quite expensive in terms of accommodation, food, and drinks.

Finally, when it comes to alcohol, you can buy it in a licensed shop, hotel, or club. Drinking in public is prohibited in this country, which might cause discontent among football fans.

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