The 2022 World Cup in Qatar is just one year away. With one year left, Qatar is 80 percent ready for the tournament. The countdown clock at Doha Corniche will be unveiled tonight with a variety of events.
With one year left, seven of the eight stadiums where the matches will be played are ready. Al Bayt, where the kickoff will take place, and the 974 container stadium will be unveiled at the Arab Cup later this month. Metro service and road transport have been set up to all the stadiums except one. Accommodation for the expected more than one million spectators is also in the final stages.
Extensive events are being organized by the Qatar Supreme Committee in Doha Corniche today to mark the start of a one-year countdown. The countdown clock will be unveiled at 11 pm Indian time. A variety of events will follow, including a drone show. The event, which is open to special guests only, will be broadcast live via FIFA’s YouTube channel, FIFA TV, and the Supreme Committee’s Qatar 2022.qa website.