The 2022 FIFA World Cup is an international football tournament involving the men's teams of FIFA member associations and the 22nd FIFA World Cup.

It is taking place in Qatar from November 20 to December 18, 2022. And will be the first World Cup in the Arab and Muslim world. The World Cup was awarded to Qatar in 2010.

It is the most expensive World Cup ever held, at an estimated cost of over $220 billion.



The first five proposed venues for the World Cup were announced in early March 2010.

Qatar wanted the stadiums to reflect its history and culture, and their design to meet the following requirements: heritage, comfort, accessibility and sustainability.

The stadiums are equipped with cooling systems, which aim to reduce the temperature inside the stadium to 20 °C (36 °F).








Lusail Stadium


Al Khor

Al Bayt Stadium


Al Rayyan

Khalifa International Stadium


Al Rayyan

Ahmad bin Ali Stadium


Al Rayyan

Education City Stadium



Al Thumama Stadium



Stadium 974


Al Wakrah

Al Janoub Stadium



Let’s cover two of the stadiums in FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar:


    Al Bayt Stadium


Al Bayt Stadium’s role was to host the FIFA World Cup 2022™ Opening Match. Inspired by the Qatari nomadic bayt al sha'ar, the stadium's magnificent tent structure surrounds the ultra-modern football stadium.

The main development of Al Bayt Stadium has been sustainability, with the top tier planned to be removed after the tournament, allowing the seats to be put back into use.

Environmental practices extend to the surrounding city of Al Khor where the numerous parks, lakes and protected greenbelt land stretch out from the stadium to the sea – ensuring a lasting legacy from the world’s most welcoming stadium.


    Lusail Stadium:

The design reflects the handmade bowls found in the Arab and Islamic worlds during the rise of civilization, while the light shows reflect regional lanterns.

Over time, the gold exterior will fade, replicating the craftsmanship of aged metal to create a living place with a cultural touch.

On December 18, 2022, 80,000 fans will gather here for the biggest ever FIFA™ World Cup final. Subsequently, in line with Qatar's commitment to sustainable development, the new Lusail Stadium will be transformed into a community space of schools, shops, cafes, sports facilities and health clinics.

About $45 billion were spent for the construction of Lusail.


Tickets prices:

Tickets prices range from 11 USD to 1606 USD, depending on the match and ticket category.