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‘See You in 2022’ Russia events attract over 1mn visitors

‘See You in 2022’ Russia events attract over 1mn visitors

More than 1mn people engaged with Qatar’s Russia 2018 activities as the next FIFA World Cup host nation said ‘See You in 2022’, the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) said Tuesday.

Qatar surges ahead with 2022 World Cup plans

Qatar surges ahead with 2022 World Cup plans

Qatar is ahead of schedule when it comes to venues, related major projects and even paint.

Countdown to 2022 begins as curtains draw on Qatar Fan Zone

Countdown to 2022 begins as curtains draw on Qatar Fan Zone

More than 70,000 fans welcomed at Ali Bin Hamad Al Attiyah Arena throughout month-long tournament.

AZF to open fan zone at Khalifa Stadium on Friday

AZF to open fan zone at Khalifa Stadium on Friday

The venue will seat more than 2,500 people and has a capacity for more than 2,000 vehicles.

Catch World Cup action live at HIA fan zone

Catch World Cup action live at HIA fan zone

Passengers travelling through HIA get the opportunity to be part of the FIFA World Cup experience.

Qatar Airways launches 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign

Qatar Airways launches 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign

Qatar Airways is celebrating the universal language of football in its first “fun-filled and upbeat” FIFA World Cup campaign.

SC welcomes UK team to discuss 2022 progress

SC welcomes UK team to discuss 2022 progress

The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) – the organisation responsible for delivering the infrastructure for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar, has welcomed a high level political delegation from the UK ...

Qatar’s private sector credit growth set to increase

Qatar’s private sector credit growth set to increase

The government and state-linked companies have long been the mainstay of credit growth and will continue to be, especially as Qatar prepares to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

SC outlines more opportunities in run up to 2022 World Cup

SC outlines more opportunities in run up to 2022 World Cup

Speaking on the panel, Hassan al-Thawadi said: “We have been working with US businesses across a range of industries, such as construction, hospitality, project management, cyber security and educational institutions.”

SC medical records project to boost workers' health

SC medical records project to boost workers' health

Following a period of consultation with a variety of industry experts, the SC identified The Phoenix Partnership (TPP) to deliver a pilot project on Qatar Foundation Stadium.

Qatar's al-Marri chosen as World Cup assistant referee

Qatar's al-Marri chosen as World Cup assistant referee

Qatar’s Taleb al-Marri has vowed to uphold Qatar’s esteem on the global stage when he takes the field as an assistant referee during this summer's FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Qatar joins Council of Europe as observer member

Qatar joins Council of Europe as observer member

Qatar has been accepted as an observer member of the Council of Europe as the country aims to share knowledge and expertise in the lead-up to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.