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Tomorrow evening, Sunday, the starting whistle for the 2022 World Cup, which the whole world and football fans have been waiting for, will sound, and Qatar has prepared for it for 12 years since it won the right to host it.
Qatar has prepared for the World Cup with mega projects that cost tens of billions of dollars, most notably the Doha Metro project that connects various areas of the Qatari capital with an underground railway network, the Doha International Airport project, and the Doha Port project, in addition to dozens of other projects related mostly to infrastructure, and many facilities. And other support services projects.
The official spokesman for the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy in Qatar, Khaled Al-Nama, said that the opening ceremony of the 2022 World Cup will be a ceremony worthy of this event, indicating that the expected creativity will start from the opening ceremony.
Al-Nama added, in press statements, that all segments of society will stand together to organize a successful exceptional tournament befitting the State of Qatar and the Arab world.
The opening ceremony of the World Cup will be hosted by Al Bayt Stadium, which is located in Al Khor, 70 km north of the Qatari capital, and its construction cost about $1.2 billion.
Al-Nama pointed out that the opening ceremony will start at five o'clock in the evening, pointing out that all the fans who will attend the opening ceremony at Al-Bayt Stadium will live an exceptional and historical experience.
The concerned authorities in Qatar have completed many areas and beaches that will be allocated to fans and visitors, which will witness many artistic and entertainment events and concerts accompanying the tournament. All 64 matches of the tournament will be broadcast through giant screens installed in those areas.
There are more than 90 major accompanying events awaiting fans, which will be experienced daily along the 8-kilometer Doha Corniche and throughout the championship period.
The fabrications, allegations and malicious campaigns against Qatar have recently taken a different turn, represented by the adoption of systematic racist discourse that incites hatred and aims to offend the country without real justification.