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Posted On: 3 September 2019 08:51 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:05 pm

2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar logo unveiled for all the world to see!

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Today is a great day in Qatar's history, and another milestone in its life. The 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar logo has just been revealed at 20:22 (Qatar standard time) exactly- the time is significant as, if read together, it reads as 2022 - simultaneously in Qatar and strategic locations all around the globe through a digital campaign for the whole world to see and marvel!

The logo itself

The logo encapsulates the Arabian spirit and Qatar's deep rooted heritage and merges it with the mosaic of different cultures that make up the fabric of Qatar's society and are brought together by a passion for the beautiful game of football. It reveals the story of a nation that has risen to the status it enjoys today, and is all set to mark another chapter in its history by hosting the prestigious FIFA World Cup, one of the biggest and most watched sporting championships of the world, in 2022.

2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar logo unveiled for all the world to see!
Image title: What the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar logo actually means (image credit: beIN Sports

Places where the official logo of the World Cup has been revealed

The logo for the 2022 World Cup was revealed on prominent landmarks and the facades of building in Qatar and 23 countries around the world, in addition to displaying it on giant screens in a number of world capitals simultaneously:


In Doha the emblem will be revealed at the Amphitheatre in Katara Cultural Village, National Archives Building in Msheireb, Doha Tower in West Bay, Ministry of Interior. Outside of Doha, the emblem will be revealed at Zubarah Fort.

Arab countries

The logo will be revealed in the following Arab countries: Kuwait (Kuwait Towers), Muscat (Opera House), and Beirut (Raouche Rock) , Amman (Royal Hotel), Algeria (Opera House), Tunisia (Hammamet), Rabat (Corniche Rabat), and Iraq (Baghdad Tower, Tahrir Square).

United States of America

The logo will also be displayed on giant screens in The US in New York (Times Square, Broadway, between the streets of 44 and 45, and New York),

South America

In South America the logo will be displayed on giant screens at the following locations: Argentina (General Pazy 15 de Augusto, and Bowens Iris), Brazil (Metro Dominican Sea Station, So Paulo), Chile (A Kennedy, Padre Hortado, Santiago), and Mexico (Principe Street, Mexico City).


The logo will be screened in Europe in the following locations: in England (London, Westfield Stratford City, Four Dials; Westfield Square, Westfield; Canary Wharf and Leicester Square), France (Gare du Nord, Paris), Germany (Berlin Train Station), Italy (Sempione, Acropolis, Arco della Pace, Milano, Spain (Callao, Madrid).


The logo will be displayed in Turkey via giant screens in Yildiz, Zuharat Baba, Bachisir Kism, Tasdelin, Mimar Sinan, Kafirga, Harbay, Markaz, Barbados, Levazim, South Africa (Alice Street, Sandton, Johannesburg).


Russia will also see the revealing of the logo at Moscow (Noviy Arbat 2).


In the Asian region, the logo will be revealed in India (Babulnath Junction, Mumbai) and also in South Korea (Coeux, Seoul).

South Africa

The logo will also be revealed in Johannesburg (Alice Lane, Sandton).

To see images of the logo reveal in Qatar and around the world, click HERE.

beIN Sports

As an organization with a strong and very proud footprint in the Middle East and a passion to provide its millions of viewers with the best content in sports and entertainment – beIN MEDIA GROUP broadcast an exclusive programme called “Road to 2022” for the unveiling of the 2022 World Cup logo across its beIN SPORTS channels.

beIN SPORTS’ free to air channel, news channel as well as channels from HD 1 to HD 7 broadcast the dedicated programme “Road to 2022” in Arabic, and beIN SPORTS HD 11 and HD 13 broadcast it in English with exclusive clips of Qatar’s achievements, views of the city of Doha and the impressive construction projects across the whole country.