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Qatar Airways Teams Up With FIFA to Play its Part in The FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017

24 teams from around the world are competing for the title with matches in six Indian cities!

MULTI SPORTS CAMP

International School of London Qatar, Al Khisah, Doha
22 October 2017 - 26 October 2017 / 9:00 am

Sheraton Grand Doha announces the official opening of the first LaLiga Lounge in the world

A unique sports fan experience located at the Hotel Park, the new La Liga Lounge Doha marks a global milestone for Qatar and its football fans! Click here to read more. 

First World Cup stadium designed by Qatari and Arab hands

The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) has revealed the design for Al Thumama Stadium – the sixth proposed 2022 FIFA World Cup™ venue.

Football Evenings on Mega Screens

Mall of Qatar
20 August / 1:00 pm

Qatar says World Cup plans continue 'as normal'

Qatar's World Cup preparations continue "as normal" and organisers remain confident that stadium construction deadlines will be met, a source close to the 2022 tournament has told AFP.


Qatar says World Cup plans continue 'as normal'

Qatar's World Cup preparations continue "as normal" and organisers remain confident that stadium construction deadlines will be met, a source close to the 2022 tournament has told AFP.

WISH teams up with LFC foundation to host coaching workshop to help children with autism in Qatar

The World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) and Liverpool Football Club’s official charity, LFC Foundation, recently held a workshop to brief Qatar-based coaches on skills for establishing local football training programs for children with autism.

Khalifa International Stadium: The coolest open-air venue in the world

Fans attending the Emir Cup final at Khalifa International Stadium today (Friday, 19 May) will enter an open-air stadium cooled to optimal conditions, utilising innovative cooling technology which employs up to 40 % less energy than conventional systems.

Qatar 2022: Several Grounds for Optimism

In five short years, the eyes of the world will turn to Qatar as it prepares to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Accommodating the most prestigious football tournament in the world is no small feat – but Qatar is more than up for the challenge. ILQ’s sports analyst Peter van Meer checks in on the progress being made, and how far we’ve come.


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