The countdown towards the most controversial World Cup in history really begins on Friday as the draw for Qatar 2022 takes place in Doha, less than eight months before the start of the tournament itself.
The Amir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani met on Sunday morning at Sheikh Abdullah Bin Jassim Majlis at the Amiri Diwan with Nasser Al Attiyah who was crowned the champion of the Dakar Rally for the fourth time.
At the beginning of the meeting, HH the Amir congratulated Nasser Al Attiyah on this great achievement, wishing him further success i
Doha, 23 January 2022 - Akram Afif scored a hat-trick to keep Al Sadd juggernaut rolling while Al Duhail’s title aspirations seemed to be over after suffering a stunning 0-4 defeat to Al Wakrah in the QNB Stars League yesterday.
At the Grand Hamad Stadium, reigning champions Al Sadd were given a stern test by Al Arabi in the Qatar Der
The French newspaper L'Équipe highlighted the victory of Nasser Al-Attiyah in the Dakar Rally over French rider Sebastien Loeb, noting the Qatari champion's contribution to giving his partner Matteo Baumel his second success in this event.
Al-Attiyah won three editions of the Dakar Rally in 2011, 2015 and 2019.
Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad Al Thani, President of the Qatar Olympic Committee, offered his sincere condolences over twitter:
“The Qatari Olympic and sports family lost one of its founding figures with the death of His Excellency Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalid bin Hamad Al Thani, the former president of the Qatar Olympic Committee. May God have mer
The Spanish newspaper, Mundo Deportivo, interviewed the rally champion, Nasser Al-Attiyah, on the sidelines of his participation in the Dakar Rally, which is currently taking place in Saudi Arabia.
In response to the question, what do we expect from the World Cup in Qatar?
Al-Attiyah said: "It will be an amazing World Cup. I can't tell you anyt
Andrea Ventura, an Argentine journalist specializing in tourism affairs for the Argentine newspaper "La Nacion", said in a report entitled "A new Qatar to host the World Cup", that "Qatar hosting of the World Cup at the end of this year will be a good occasion to discover a destination that many have not visited before."
Seven months after suffering cardiac arrest in a Euro 2020 match against Finland that nearly killed him, Christian Eriksen says he is eyeing a return for Denmark at the 2022 World Cup. In his first extensive public comments since his collapse, Eriksen was quoted by RTBF as saying that it's his goal to represent his country again in Qatar.
Throughout the FIFA Arab Cup 2021™, fans were treated to a series of cultural activations that showcased Qatar’s rich history and the diversity of its many communities. Organised by the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) and its partners, the activities formed a key part of the fan experience, which saw wide support for
TV5MONDE: Fifa is set to announce that it will test technology to automatically detect when players are offside at next week’s Arab Cup in Qatar in what is being seen as a dry run for the 2022 World Cup.