Qatar’s Generation Amazing programme has positively impacted nearly a million people’s lives worldwide, showing that sport really can make a difference.
On his way to the FIFA 2022 World Cup by foot, on a one-man journey to promote positive change, Santiago Sanchez Cogedor embodies the football spirit!
For the FIFA 2022 World Cup, fans in Qatar will need a Hay’ya Card to attend the games and access some other significant tournament benefits.
Qatar is ranked the safest country in the world in 2022 according to the Numbeo Crime Index, with Doha as one of the safest cities.
Qatar Airways Holidays new World Cup travel offer includes flights, accommodation, match tickets and exclusive activities in a single package for Privilege Club members.
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.
Doha has an array of attractions to offer, but equally as important is its cultural diversity and tolerance, safety and security and crisis management.
Qatar's commitment to a carbon-neutral World Cup is well supported, with a fleet of new environmentally friendly buses ready for the 2022 tournament.
As a new sustainable seafront edifice springs up in Qatar, we take a look at the country’s most ambitious project yet, Lusail City.
Qatar’s Aspire Zone and Spain’s LaLiga Business School are joining forces to foster a multifaceted sports and entertainment industry in the Middle East.
Lusail Stadium, one of Qatar’s eight 2022 World Cup stadiums, has passed a significant milestone: turf has been laid, meaning the venue is nearing completion.
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!
Two million in Qatar are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, a milestone leaving over 80% eligible protected. Now, a third shot is available for most at risk.
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.
Georgetown University Qatar with Dr Matthias Krug gives a fascinating insight into Qatar’s relatively unknown sports history at the latest World Cup lecture.
As Qatar heads towards a more sustainable future, its array of clean transport options is expanding - many will be available for visitors at the 2022 World Cup.