FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 1-Year Anniversary: SC Ambassador Says Event Was a Comprehensive Project

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2023-11-21 | Since 3 Month

Mohammed Saadoun Al Kuwari

Doha, 21 November 2023 - Mohammed Saadoun Al Kuwari, who is an ambassador of the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, current national team player for Padel, and a current media figure, emphasized that what World Cup Qatar presented goes beyond just exceptional organization and comprehensive development across various sporting levels in Qatar, expanding to contribute to the region's sporting advancement by hosting the world's largest football event.

Al Kuwari was speaking to mark the one-year anniversary since Qatar hosted the 2022 World Cup. He said that Qatars success in securing the 2022 World Cup hosting rights marked the start of a broader initiative than merely organizing the tournament. The aim was expansive focused on leveraging the sporting event to enhance infrastructure, overall systems, and the lasting impact it would imprint on the nation's legacy. He pointed out that Qatar now boasts facilities and stadiums at the highest possible levels in various aspects, consistently standing out in organizing various tournaments and sports competitions in facilities distinguished by excellence, leadership, and quality.

The ambassador of the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy considered Qatar's organization of the 2022 World Cup not merely a sports project limited to hosting matches, but a developmental project encompassing everything within the country, promoting its prosperity and progress.

He noted that the work was extensive, not limited to just hosting World Cup matches but a comprehensive project aimed at the development of Qatar itself.

He also noted that this sought-after success has been achieved at all levels through an incredibly distinctive edition that will remain exceptional in the history of the World Cup.


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