Qatar, 2022 FIFA World Cup hosts, are busy testing their facilities with another football event, the 2021 Arab Cup. This week sees the qualifying tournament in Doha.
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The Asian 2022 Qualifiers kicked off again recently after months of uncertainty; one week in and the final standings of Round Two are becoming more evident.
South America has completed qualifying matchdays 7 and 8 and, while the top three teams remain the same, the rest of the standings have had a complete reshuffle.
The twelve teams advancing to Round Three of the World Cup qualifying tournament and the 2023 Asian Cup have, following numerous delays, finally been decided!
World Cup qualifying triumph for Qatar as they beat Oman, finishing top of the standings for Group E to take their place at the 2023 Asian Cup tournament.
2022 World Cup hosts Qatar maintained their standing at the top of the table for Group E in the latest Asian qualifiers with a hard-won win against India.
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A new travel app has been launched in Qatar to help visitors plan their time in the country and immerse themselves in everything the Arab nation has to offer.
StadiumDB.com recently announced the Top 10 stadiums inaugurated in 2020, and Qatar’s 2022 World Cup stadiums Ahmad bin Ali and Education City were on the list.
Have your say and cast your vote for the best new stadium of 2020 - Doha's Ahmad bin Ali and Education City stadiums, inaugurated last year, are in the running!
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By implementing tailored initiatives, Qatar aims to stimulate the country’s sporting industry and improve access to sports for all.
Qatar aims at strengthening local, regional and global unity, promoting healthier lifestyles, and increasing opportunities for all in sports, education and employment.
Qatar has committed to embedding environmental sustainability into the preparations for, and in the hosting of the World Cup in 2022.
To visit Qatar, travellers from all over the world need first to see whether they are eligible for visa-free entry, or they need to apply for a Tourist Visa.
A business visa is required if you need to do a short-term business trip to Qatar. The length of your stay will determine what type of visa you need.
To live and work in Qatar, you must have a Work Residence Permit (RP). To be eligible for an RP, you must first have a sponsor.
If you are a resident in Qatar you may request a Family Visit Visa for your immediate family and for other relatives.
Discover the different types of visas Qatar has available for situations such as studying, investing in or returning to Qatar, and for newborns.
Access Qatar's portfolio of museums and art galleries, and make the most of a host of other benefits, by registering for the QM Culture Pass.
Qatar has a growing collection of museums charting the nation's history, culture and heritage, its links to the world, and its modern-day life.
Qatar has a vast coastline packed with beaches, 5-star hotels and resorts, islands, mangrove forests, wildlife and a host of other attractions.
For a great day out with your nearest and dearest, check out this list of family beaches dotted along Qatar's shores.
If you want to visit a public beach but don't want to compromise on facilities, check out Qatar's free beaches with great amenities in offer.
For a myriad of outdoor activities by the sea, check out some of Qatar's finest adventure beaches.