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Opening Ceremony Of World Cup 2022 Qatar, Sports City Stadium, Doha, Qatar, Sábado, 14. Janeiro 2023

I know that its too early for inviting it but it would be on of the best events in the history or future. Most of you will have your own job, wife, childeren, money etc. Some will go young some will go old but still hope to enjoy this tournament on the land where no one expected to watch one of the worlds best players fighting for the trophy.
P.S : Most probably Messi, Ronaldo, Rooney, Kaka, Ronaldinho, Fabregas etc would be at the retiring age or would have been retired but players better than them will take place.

Intoduction : The Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup bid is the successful proposal from the government of Qatar to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Qatar, with a population of 1.69 million people, will be the first Arab nation to host the World Cup. Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, son of the present Emir of Qatar, was the chairman of the bid promoted their bid as representing the Arab world and has drawn support from the entire Arab world. They are also positioning their bid as an opportunity to bridge the gap between the Arab and Western worlds.
Qatar gave a feel of what the World Cup would be like by holding a friendly match between Brazil and Argentina. Furthermore, people coming from different nations visited Qatar for this match, and thus, strengthening the image Qatar will depict of their interest in the World Cup 2022. Additionally, Qatar is due to host the 2011 Asian Cup and this should provide a glimpse of Qatar's investment towards the development of its sports infrastructure.
President of FIFA Sepp Blatter endorsed the idea of having a World Cup in the Middle East, saying in April 2010, "The Arabic world deserves a World Cup. They have 22 countries and have not had any opportunity to organise the tournament." Blatter also praised Qatar's progress, "When I was first in Qatar there were 400,000 people here and now there are 1.6 million. In terms of infrastructure, when you are able to organise the Asian Games (in 2006) with more than 30 events for men and women, then that is not in question." On 2 December 2010, it was announced that Qatar will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Climate : Working against the Qatar bid was the extreme temperature in the desert nation. The World Cup is always held in the European off-season in June and July. During this period the average daytime high in most of Qatar is in excess of 40 °C (104 °F), the average daily low temperatures not dropping below 30 °C (86 °F).[8] In response to this issue, Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, the 2022 Qatar bid chairman, has stated, "the event has to be organized in June or July. We will have to take the help of technology to counter the harsh weather. We have already set in motion the process. A stadium with controlled temperature is the answer to the problem. We have other plans up our sleeves as well."Qatar launched an advertising campaign across the Persian Gulf nation.

Stadiums :Lusail Iconic Stadium Khalifa International Stadium Sports City Stadium Al-Khor Stadium Al-Shamal Stadium Al-Wakrah Stadium.

Cities : Al Daayen Doha Doha Al Khor Ash-Shamal Al Wakrah

The first five proposed stadia for the World Cup were unveiled at the beginning of March 2010. The stadia will employ cooling technology capable of reducing temperatures within the stadium by up to 20 degrees Celsius, and the upper tiers of the stadia will be disassembled after the World Cup and donated to countries with less developed sports infrastructure.[12] All of the five stadium projects launched have been designed by German architect Albert Speer & Partners.[13]
The Air Conditioning in the stadiums for both the players and spectators will be solar powered, carbon neutral and provided by Arup of England.[14]
The Al-Khor Stadium is planned for Al-Khor city, located 50 kilometres north of Doha. The stadium will have a total capacity of 45,330, with 19,830 of the seats forming part of a temporary modular upper tier. The Al-Wakrah stadium, to be located in Al-Wakrah city in southern Qatar, will have a total capacity of 45,120 seats. The stadium will also contain a temporary upper tier of 25,500 seats. The stadium will be surrounded by large solar panels and will be decorated with Islamic art. The Al-Wakrah and Al-Khor stadiums would have been built regardless of whether Qatar was awarded the World Cup, according to the bid committee. However, the temporary upper-tier sections would not have been added if Qatar had lost the right to host the tournament.

Controversy : The World Cup is usually held in summer. During this season in Qatar, the temperature can get to 40 °C (104 °F).[citation needed] Qatar says that this will not be a problem for it hosting the World Cup. A section from Qatar 2022 Bid official site explains:
"Each of the five stadiums will harness the power of the suns rays to provide a cool environment for players and fans by converting solar energy into electricity that will then be used to cool both fans and players at the stadiums. When games are not taking place, the solar installations at the stadia will export energy onto the power grid. During matches, the stadia will draw energy from the grid. This is the basis for the stadiums’ carbon-neutrality. Along with the stadiums, we plan to make the cooling technologies we’ve developed available to other countries in hot climates, so that they too can host major sporting events."
Such cooling techniques will be able to reduce temperatures from 40 to 20 degrees Celsius, which would be comfortable for players and spectators during matches, the bid also proposes these cooling technologies to be used in fan-zones, training pitches and walkways between Metro stations & Abdulla al Thawadi, chief executive of the Qatar 2022 World Cup bid, said the Muslim state would also permit alcohol consumption during the world’s most watched sporting event. Specific fan-zones will be set up during the event, they will provide alcohol for saleQatar would let Israel take part in a World Cup on their territory despite not recognising the Jewish state, the head of the Persian Gulf nation’s bid to stage the 2022 event said. Israeli athletes had competed previously in Qatar, such as Israeli tennis player Shahar Pe'er in 2008.In addition, an Israeli also participated in the Doha 2010 Indoor Championships.

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