The 22nd World Cup edition demonstrated the amazing work done by Qatar in hosting World Cup competitions. Most notably that Qatar was able to bring the entire world together around sports despite its diverse cultures and religions, spreading a message of peace. As the World Cup has now ended, there is so much in the pipeline for the country to look forward to.
Waste from World Cup stadiums recycled
Throughout the competition, Qatar made significant steps to reduce waste and recycle old materials as part of its commitment to hosting a sustainable FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM. The tournament’s organisers made sure that more than 2,000 tonnes of garbage were recycled or composted after successfully hosting 64 matches. The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM LLC, FIFA, and the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) launched a comprehensive programme that included a variety of projects before and during the Tournament. This involved the use of compostable food packaging, promoting trash separation among supporters, and setting up sorting stations at each of the eight stadiums. The tournament’s organisers were successful in doing so by switching out plastic for reusable and compostable materials. Qatar 2022 made a concerted effort to eliminate unavoidable plastics from waste streams so they could be recycled. Additionally, there were a number of public activities across Qatar 2022 that involved spectators and promoted the use of recycling bins at tournament locations. If this effort is successful during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM, it will undoubtedly leave behind a lasting legacy where recycling plays a crucial role in how garbage is managed in Qatar.
Demolish, redesign, and develop stadiums
Stadium 974 hosted seven FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM matches, with Brazil’s 4-1 round of 16 victory against South Korea on December 5 serving as the final one. According to Qatar, which will shortly play host to the Asian Games, Asian Cup, and perhaps even the Olympics, the stadium will vanish after this. Stadium 974 in Qatar is the first stadium in the world that can be relocated and transferred to host a match in another country. 974 repurposed shipping containers were used in its construction. It lacks air conditioning, making it Qatar’s lone World Cup venue. The stadium’s name, 974, is also Qatar’s international dialling code. A lot of the specifics, such where the stadium components will go, are unknown, but some will be reduced back. According to Qatari World Cup organisers, Lusail Stadium would include a community area comprising schools, stores, cafés, sporting facilities, and health clinics.
Promising projects benefit realtors
Due to FIFA, commercial ventures are increasing because of the visitors. The market won’t ever be stopped by it. The market will increase because of the potential investors, albeit it can swing between 10 and 15 percent. Due to the World Cup, there has been an increase in structures, homes, and constructions over the past several months, and there has been pretty stiff competition among developers. With the installation of cutting-edge infrastructure and amenities, Qatar’s preparation for hosting the mega tournament over the past 12 years has significantly transformed the market’s trajectory. This effectively facilitated the advancement of real estate-related projects, and prices for land, square meters, and rent began to soar while investments soared in the area. Realtors are certain that thanks to the efforts made by the government, business owners, and investors, the market in Qatar will continue to grow and prosper.
The Asian Games and Asian Cup
For the following Asian Cup in January 2024, some of the stadiums can be utilised once more. Qatar formally assumed the hosting duties, taking the place of China, which withdrew its bid to host the event in June 2023 because to the Covid-19 epidemic. Every four years, the Asian Cup is played out. The most recent event, which was held in 2019 and was hosted by the United Arab Emirates, was won by Qatar. Qatar will host the event for the third time; it previously hosted it in 1988 and 2011. In addition, Qatar is the host country for the Asian Games in 2030, a multi-sport competition with more competitors competing than the Olympics. It means the flagship sporting event will return to Qatar’s capital, 24 years after it previously held the Asian Games in 2006. Qatar’s bid for the Asian Games was successful against sole rival Riyadh at the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) General Assembly held in Muscat in Oman in December 2020.