Welcome to Qatar, a varied and dynamic country that blends traditional Arab culture and hospitality with boundless ambition.

In 2022, Qatar will host the FIFA World Cup™. It will be a tournament like no other. Fans will even be able to attend two matches in a single day.

The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) is delivering the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar™ stadiums. In addition, we are shaping the tournament's host country planning and operations – and the vital legacy it will leave behind.

About Qatar

Meet the 2022 FIFA World Cup™ host – a destination, and a tournament, like no other.

Explore Our Stadiums

Find out more about our incredible 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar™ venues, and the stories behind them.

 Explore Our Stadiums

Shaped like a traditional Arab tent, stunning Al Bayt Stadium  symbolises hospitality.

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The gently undulating dune shapes of Al Rayyan Stadium echo its unspoilt desert surroundings.

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Al Thumama Stadium is modelled on the traditional ghafiya cap – a familiar icon of Arab culture.

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Futuristic Al Janoub Stadium is set in the heart of one of Qatar's oldest seafaring communities.

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The 40,000-seat Education City Stadium is surrounded by a world-class academic and research hub.

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A much-loved national treasure, Khalifa International Stadium boasts a proud sporting pedigree.

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Lusail Stadium will play host to the opening and final matches of the 2022 FIFA World Cup™.

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Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, on the shores of the Gulf, is a pioneer of sustainability in sports venues.


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