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.
Host’s of the first FIFA Arab Cup 2021, Qatar, recently held the draw for the upcoming tournament that will see 23 Arab nations clash to take the trophy.
After the success of the 2020 Club World Cup, Qatar's next major football offering is a new pan-Arab tournament launched by FIFA as a prelude to the 2022 World Cup.
Europe’s top football team have claimed the Club World Champions title in a tournament that made history and won World Cup 2022 hosts high praise.
From the tournament schedule to information on getting there and away, ticketing and safety, this FIFA Club World Cup Guide will keep you informed.
The draw for the Club World Cup in Qatar recently mapped out the tournament schedule for the six clubs competing to be 2020's world champions.
The FIFA Club World Cup will open in February 2021 to determine the 2020 club World Champions. For hosts Qatar, the outcome will always be a win-win situation.
South Korea’s Ulsan lift the Asian Champions League Cup at Qatar’s World Cup 2022 stadium, Al Janoub.
With the east and west region's tournaments concluded, Asia can look forward to the final but also a victory in Qatar over 2020's global pandemic!
Georgetown University Qatar with Dr Matthias Krug gives a fascinating insight into Qatar’s relatively unknown sports history at the latest World Cup lecture.
Qatar has agreed to host the AFC Champions League Final as well as the east and west region knock-out tournaments - another feather to don the World Cup hosts hat.
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.
The 2022 World Cup qualifiers in Asia resume shortly - Qatar has finalised its hosting preparations, but COVID-19 has forced hosts China to rethink its plans.
The FIFA 2022 World Cup draws closer every day, and fans are waiting eagerly to take their first look at Qatar’s new stadiums. So, what progress has been made?
The AFC has announced new dates for Round 2 of the postponed 2022 World Cup qualifiers, and the countries due to host the games in the new centralised hub format.
Dates for the AFC qualifiers are in disarray due to COVID-19 travel restrictions in participating countries, could hosting some of the games in Doha be the answer?
As Qatar and its regional neighbours agree to reconcile their differences, World Cup organisers celebrate the union’s positive impact on the 2022 tournament.
Qatar is heading to Europe to compete against some of the continent's top teams in the European World Cup Qualifiers in their preparations for 2022.
Saturday 21st November kicked off the two-year countdown to Qatar’s 2022 tournament. As the days tick down, the preparations and excitement ramp up.
Getting coronavirus under control is currently a worldwide occupation, not least for Qatar who are counting down to hosting the greatest sporting event ever.
Qatar’s progress towards the 2022 World Cup, and the role of the nation in using sports to unite, have been admired across Europe.
Committed to hosting the world’s first carbon-neutral FIFA World Cup tournament, Qatar has been busy turning the country’s transport networks green.
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.
Looking for a retreat that has it all - scenic, luxurious, relaxing but full of exciting activities - look no further than Qatar’s Salwa Beach Resort.