Soccer Qatar Positive News

Published on: 03 November 2022

The World Cup is just around the corner, and Qatar may be more prepared than ever to host this global event. This time last year, some experts were skeptical of whether or not Qatar could pull it off, but after some small tweaks and upgrades in preparation, they’re now looking like they’re going to be the ideal host country. And now that the World Cup odds are on the rise, more people are taking notice of the incredible promise of this World Cup. Here’s why Qatar looks like they’re going to deliver this time around!

  • The winning start

In 2006, Qatar won their bid to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which is set to be the first time that a country has ever hosted a football world cup in winter. At that time, only 3 of 22 stadiums were completed, but now all 12 stadiums have been built and will be ready for the tournament.

In addition to hosting one of the most important sporting events in history, Qatar has also continued to make strides in areas such as human rights and environmentalism.

  • Opportunity knocks

Qatar has been making headlines for all of the wrong reasons, but there's some good news to share. According to a recent report by Bloomberg, betting markets are predicting that Qatar's chances of hosting the 2022 World Cup have risen dramatically in recent weeks. The probability of them winning is now at 33% compared with just 7% back in November. This is due to mounting concern over whether Russia can host in 2018 and concerns about bribery allegations against Qatar's bid.

  • A combination of luck and hard work

The 2022 World Cup in Qatar is still up for grabs. They have a lot of work to do, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel. The 2022 World Cup in Qatar has been surrounded by controversy since it was awarded to them because of how hot it will be and how difficult it would be to play soccer outdoors in such high temperatures. With cooling technology advancements, they are finding ways to make sure that players will be able to compete without getting heat stroke.

  • Constantly adaptable

The 2022 FIFA World Cup has been a bumpy ride for Qatar so far. Some of these bumps have been self-imposed, like when FIFA decided to move it from its traditional June/July time slot to November/December due to concerns about high temperatures. Other bumps have been imposed by external forces, like when Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries cut off diplomatic ties with Qatar in 2017.

Despite all this, though, the odds are looking up for Qatar's bid to host the next big international sporting event.


Qatar has a lot to celebrate this time of year. The world cup odds are the highest they've been in over two years and it's not just because of the championship. With so many countries choosing not to compete, Qatar is looking like one of the more likely bets to take home that trophy.