FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar Stadiums

FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar Stadiums



In preparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Qatar is constructing 8 breathtaking stadiums at a total cost of $10 billion USD. The stadiums have a wide range of designs based on Qatari and Islamic culture. They are located in Doha and Al Khor, Qatar. They each contain at least 40,000 seats, and have state of the art facilities and landscaping surrounding them. The venues are magnificent pieces of engineering, and will hopefully serve as fantastic venues for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Unfortunately, the event is very controversial as it has been connected to corruption and terrible conditions for migrant workers.

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25 Replies to “FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar Stadiums”

  1. the USA is feeling jealous,that's why it is creating fake news about workers death, where on the other hand ,in their country, so many workers die every year due to work overload,

  2. They would’ve been nicer if 6500+ souls were still around to see them ( not taking into account all of those why didn’t die but still have does awful slaving like working conditions )

  3. The fact that they were building these stadiums so early shows that they already knew that they were gonna host the 2022 world cup cause they paid to host it

  4. Ah the venue that has claimed an unimaginable numbers of lives. $10 billion because slaves were used to construct the buildings otherwise it would have cost $100 billion.

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