Nov 21 to Dec 18 2022

Qatar WC 2022

Qatar World Cup 2022

From November 21 to December 18 of the year 2022, a total of 32 countries will look for a new world champion at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™.

Al Janoub Stadium

Qatar announced the first design of the Al Janoub Stadium in November 2013. AECOM, in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects, developed a design that reflects the city’s tradition. The play city is known for fishing and seafaring. The stadium in Al Janoub is currently under construction and will eventually have 40,000 seats.

The World Cup 2022 Qatar organization build the football stadium 15 kilometres south of the city of Doha. The concrete pillars are already in the ground, and the main work can start soon, according to the main contractor. The main contractor started installing large cranes for the steel roof construction in January 2016.

The Al Janoub Stadium will be the new home stadium of Al Janoub Sports Club before it is used during the 2022 World Cup. The Qatari club is expected to be able to enter the 48-meter high stadium at the end of 2018.

Al Janoub Stadium and the Doha Metro are directly connected to the capital and will be ready in plenty of time for the World Cup in 2022. During the World Cup, the stadium will play matches up to and including the quarterfinals.

The stadium has a capacity of 40,000 seats. After the football tournament, the top ring will be stripped of 20,000 seats so the local club can receive another 20,000 spectators. The removed seats will be repurposed so that all areas of the Al Janoub Stadium remain helpful to the community.

The Al Janoub Stadium has 40,000 seats and will host matches up to and including the quarterfinals of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. The main contractor is present to assess progress and prepare the design. Foundation work is progressing well. The stadium design is inspired by the traditional dhow boats used in fishing towns such as Al Janoub.

Three cranes have been installed in the football stadium, and workers are preparing to start work above ground. The main structure will be ready in 2016, with six cranes being deployed, weighing more than 60 tons.

Top 10 Strongest countries

From the FIFA World Ranking!
last update: 23 June ’22

  1. Brazil – 1837.56
  2. Belgium – 1821.92
  3. Argentina – 1770.65
  4. France – 1764.85
  5. England – 1737.46
  6. Spain – 1716.93
  7. Italy – 1713.86
  8. The Netherlands – 1679.41
  9. Portugal – 1678.65
  10. Denmark – 1665.47