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Qatar 2022 infrastructure hailed by FIFA

The Qatar 2022 infrastructure is a testament to visionary planning and groundbreaking development. As the host nation for the upcoming FIFA World Cup, Qatar has spared no effort in creating a state-of-the-art network of stadiums, transportation systems, and accommodations. The architectural marvels include cutting-edge arenas with the latest technology and sustainable features. Transportation infrastructure ensures seamless connectivity, allowing fans to navigate effortlessly between venues. Accommodations range from luxurious hotels to comfortable lodgings, ensuring visitors’ memorable and convenient stay. Qatar’s commitment to excellence in infrastructure sets the stage for a world-class sporting event, promising an unparalleled experience for football enthusiasts worldwide.

FIFA, the governing body of football in the world, has praised the World Cup 2022 infrastructure as superior and impressive, praising the power plants’ exceptional performance in terms of quality, adaptability, and dependability. FIFA stated in an official certificate of appreciation sent to the Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) that the careful operations planning, quality investment, and extensive infrastructure development for the tournament carried out by Kahramaa in collaboration with the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (SC) allowed for timely full readiness.

FIFA commended Kahramaa for working effectively with FIFA and SC during the preparatory phase, emphasizing that their previous collaboration with Kahramaa had given FIFA trust in the tournament’s electrical infrastructure. FIFA praised Kahramaa for working effectively with FIFA and SC during the preparation period. FIFA also emphasized that working with Kahramaa over the years had given FIFA confidence in the tournament’s electrical infrastructure, which resulted in a flawless performance of the electrical network during the tournament with no observable issues or failures.


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