Doha: To coincide with Qatar’s celebration of the 2nd National Sports Day, the Qatar 2022 Supreme Committee and Qatar Statistics Authority (QSA) will conduct opinion polls among nationals and expatriates on the design of sport facilities that will host matches for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar in the municipality of Al Wakrah as reported by Qatar Chronicle.
Sheikh Hamad Bin Jabr Bin Jassim Al Thani the President of QSA and Chairman of Qatar 2022’s Legacy Committee, along with Saud Al Attiyah, Legacy Director for the Qatar 2022 Supreme Committee, are leading community engagement on stadium design, both in Al Wakrah and throughout Qatar.
This initiative reflects QSA and the Qatar 2022 Supreme Committee’s (Q22) commitment to enhancing the community’s participation in the run up to the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar.
The QSA President and Q22 Legacy Director called on nationals and expatriates – who are residing in Al Wakrah – to participate in this poll to gauge the community’s desires and views on all World Cup sport facilities to be built in the municipality.
These surveys do not only provide necessary feedback to aid the decision-making process, but also provide the foundation for a sustainable legacy. And, thereby, ensure that there are no ‘white elephants’ post-2022 and that these facilities have enduring use post-tournament – for the community, for commerce and for sport.
Residents of Al Wakrah can participate in the opinion poll by visiting the QSA’s website.
Moreover, on the occasion of the National Sports Day, QSA and the Supreme Committee hope these polls inspire the residents of Al Wakrah to think of ways in which these facilities can help the community to become physically active and improve overall well being in line with the Qatar National Vision 2030.
The Legacy Committee will be competing in the Football Family Tournament organized by the Qatar 2022 Supreme Committee, the Qatar Football Association and the Qatar Stars League at Aspire’s Training Pitch No. 7 on National Sports Day as a testament to the Legacy Committee’s internal commitment to planting the seeds of increasing participation in sport.
Source :Qatar Chronicle