A stunning opening ceremony, two stadium inaugurations, four matches and a win for hosts Qatar started what promises to be a memorable Arab Cup in style.
The first FIFA endorsed Arab Cup is set for sixteen nations to meet on the 2022 World Cup stadiums' pitches in a battle for the 'best team in the Arab World' title.
Football bodies are slowly allowing fans back into stadiums in small numbers and under strict health and safety rules. What will it take to get back to normal?
The inauguration of the Al Thumama Stadium during the 2021 Amir Cup was another significant milestone checked off for Qatar on their journey to the 2022 World Cup.
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!
The Al Rayyan Stadium is the fifth World Cup stadium in Qatar to reach completion, and its inauguration couldn’t be held on a more auspicious day.
The excitement in Qatar is building, and preparations steam ahead as time ticks down towards 2022 and one of the greatest events in the world.
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?
From football tournaments to stadium openings and the 2022 World Cup mascot's debut, 2021 in Qatar will be a year to remember.
Football postponements and cancellations have been rife during the pandemic, including matches for the World Cup 2022 qualifiers. So what happens next?
Get to know some of the iconic venues for the world's most famous football tournament, the FIFA World Cup.
COVID-19 has impeded progress towards the World Cup in 2022 but certainly hasn't stopped it. Qatar is still making great strides towards its 2022 goals.