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Al-Thawadi highlights transformational power of sport

Al-Thawadi highlights transformational power of sport

HE the Secretary General of the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy Hassan al-Thawadi says Qatar would welcome everyone to enjoy the first FIFA World Cup in the Middle East in three years' time.

Al-Thawadi highlights positive effects of mega sporting events

Al-Thawadi highlights positive effects of mega sporting events

The potential impact of mega sporting events on young people across the region, including the FIFA World Cup, was highlighted by Hassan al-Thawadi, secretary general of the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC)

FIFA 2022 will help drive real change in region: al-Thawadi

FIFA 2022 will help drive real change in region: al-Thawadi

Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacys (SC) Secretary General Hassan al-Thawadi on Thursday said the first FIFA World Cup 2022 to be held in the Arab world ...

World Cup 'will leave lasting economic, social legacy'

World Cup 'will leave lasting economic, social legacy'

Hassan al-Thawadi’s address, at the Casa Arabe in the Spanish capital, also highlighted the potential for peaceful coexistence through sport.

Fans from all countries are welcome to Qatar: SC chief

Fans from all countries are welcome to Qatar: SC chief

Hassan al-Thawadi said fans from all countries – including Saudi Arabia – are welcome to watch the mega tournament, despite the blockade of Qatar, which has entered the third month.

Qatar agrees joint World Cup stadium inspections

Qatar agrees joint World Cup stadium inspections

Qatar World Cup 2022 organisers said on Tuesday they will allow international trade union inspections of stadium sites from next year.

SC to launch first ‘nudge unit’ in the Middle East

SC to launch first ‘nudge unit’ in the Middle East

The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (SC) is set to launch the Middle East’s first “nudge unit” in an effort to better understand the behavioural pattern of World Cup stakeholders such as football fans and local communities.

Qatar looks to Airbnb to house fans in 2022

Qatar looks to Airbnb to house fans in 2022

Qatar World Cup organisers say they are considering using Airbnb to house some of the visiting football fans during the World Cup finals in 2022.