Qatar 2022 positive news

Published on: 03 November 2022

With the 2022 World Cup in Qatar just two years away, there’s been a lot of news about human rights concerns and worker safety in preparation for the event. A lot of this news has been negative, but it’s important not to get caught up in sensationalism and take the time to understand what’s really going on in Qatar – because many important steps are being taken that are setting an example for the rest of the world. This positive news about Qatar 2022 World Cup will hopefully make you feel better about its approaching kickoff date!

  • The prospect of new hotels and stadiums

This new construction will provide many jobs for the local population, as well as a major boost to Qatar's tourism industry. In addition, many of these stadiums will be built from recycled materials and natural resources that are native to Qatar. This means that not only will there be a positive economic impact on Qatar, but also a positive environmental impact.

  • The influx of fans from around the world

One of the major benefits of hosting a FIFA world cup is that it draws in an international audience of fans. This means that, for example, when England hosted and won in 1966, tourists from all over Europe came to visit. Qatar's tourism industry will also be positively impacted by hosting this event.

  • New airport upgrades

In other positive news, Qatar has announced plans to make huge upgrades to Hamad International Airport in anticipation of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The airport will be undergoing a $6 billion renovation and expansion project which includes increasing its capacity from 25 million passengers per year to 60 million. Qatar Airports Company CEO Rashed Al-Roumi said that the first phase of this upgrade is set for completion in 2019 with the second phase set for 2020.

  • Ticket prices are set to plummet

The Qatar 2022 Supreme Committee has announced that they will be lowering ticket prices to help maximize attendance at this summer's World Cups. The new pricing structure is aimed at making seats more accessible to those who cannot afford it, such as children and the economically disadvantaged. This is great news for prospective attendees who were looking for a cheaper alternative to previous world cups. One of the most anticipated events of this summer is finally within reach for those who may not have been able to afford it before.

There are no concerns about weather conditions

It has been announced that Qatar will be running air-conditioned stadiums to ensure players and fans stay cool. The new stadiums will also have cooling pads under seats and ice vests for those in attendance.


The country of Qatar has had a lot of negative press, with people believing that it would not be ready for the world's largest sporting event. However, this is not the case at all. The country is undergoing an impressive construction boom and is aiming to have all stadiums completed by 2020. There are still some issues with labor in Qatar, but they are working to fix these problems before they occur. Overall, there has been a lot of positive news about Qatar getting ready for their 2022 FIFA World Cup.