Al-Thawadi: Qatar 2022 Will Be Historical Occasion in the Region

  • Publish date: Friday، 05 August 2022
Al-Thawadi: Qatar 2022 Will Be Historical Occasion in the Region
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FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 will leave a revolutionary legacy for Qatar and the larger region, according to the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy's (SC) Secretary General HE Hassan al-Thawadi.

During a gathering of the Commonwealth Nations in the UK, Al-Thawadi served as the keynote speaker. The Commonwealth Games in Birmingham 2022 were concurrent with the event.

Our compass has always been the ability of this tournament to leave a lasting legacy, said al-Thawadi. "This tournament has always meant much more to us than just a month of football. We made a commitment to ensuring that this World Cup is regarded as a landmark point in the history of our region and leaves a truly transformative social, human, economic, and environmental legacy."

"This tournament has always meant far more to us than just a month of football. We made a commitment to ensuring that this World Cup is regarded as a watershed point in the history of our region and leaves a truly transformative social, human, economic, and environmental legacy." "We have upgraded the country's infrastructure, including the Doha Metro, Hamad International Airport, new highways, hotels, and other amenities, all of which will greatly help our long-term economic growth far beyond the final siren on December 18," the statement says.

Al-Thawadi outlined how prepared Qatar is to host the event before claiming that the FIFA Globe Cup will be the biggest sporting event ever to take place in the Middle East and Arab world.

"Throughout the years, hundreds of millions of devoted fans have witnessed history being made at World Cups in every continent. Now it's our turn to write history on our ground. It's our chance to present the Arab and Middle Eastern regions to the global populace through a fresh and innovative perspective."

According to al-Thawadi, every FIFA World Cup legacy project complemented the goals of Qatar National Vision 2030.

Within only over 100 days, on November 21, the tournament will begin. Major legacy projects, according to Al-Thawadi, had an effect on the nation long before the great launch.

The Doha Metro, Hamad International Airport, new roads, hotels, and other facilities are just a few of the country's infrastructure improvements that we have made. These improvements will all have a significant impact on our long-term economic growth after the final buzzer sounds on December 18.

Our tournament's infrastructure is visually appealing, meticulously precise, and rooted in heritage. It is motivated by considerable community participation, much like Birmingham 2022, to guarantee that every stadium and practice facility will be used long after the tournament is over.

Al-Thawadi brought up the close ties between Qatar and the United Kingdom before concluding by stating that contemporary sporting events must fully realize their huge potential to enhance people's lives.

Al-Thawadi declared, "Our dream is hurtling towards reality. "We're making every effort to guarantee that it becomes a defining moment in the history of our area. And we really anticipate sharing that special event with everyone."