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™.

Lusail Iconic Stadium

The football stadium has 80,000 seats and is expected to be complete by the end of 2020. The structure is 12 kilometres north of the capital and Doha’s West Bay. This ultra-modern city is gradually taking shape and, in the future, will have 200,000 inhabitants who can enjoy its parks, ports, businesses, theme park and football stadium.

The British Foster+Partners designed the Lusail Stadium. The building is designed as a golden vessel and inspired by Arabic architecture. The design celebrates the age-old traditions and craftsmanship of the region. Lanterns are also woven into the design, as well as detailed bowls that have been made in Qatar since ancient times.

After the World Cup, the football stadium will be converted into a community space, including schools, shops, cafes, sports facilities and health centres. Residents of the new city will find everything under one roof. To make room for these post-tournament plans, the seats will be removed and donated to other sports projects worldwide. The opening match and the final of the 2022 World Cup will be played in this stadium.

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