World Cup 2022: Where Each Team will Train in Qatar

The Qatar World Cup 2022 will begin on November 21 and conclude on December 18. The competition will be played in eight stadiums.

When releasing the hotels and training facilities for the 32 teams, football’s global governing body noted that three-quarters of the teams at the World Cup in Qatar this year will be based within a 10 km (six miles) radius of one another.

“Players will have more time to train and rest during the competition while being able to experience the excitement that will take over the country at much closer quarters, as fellow players and passionate fans from all 32 nations will be gathering in a single area,” said Colin Smith, FIFA’s Chief Operating Officer.

Training sites for each team in Qatar

Argentina Qatar University
AustraliaAspire Academy
BelgiumHilton Salwa Beach Resort
BrazilThe Westin Doha Hotel and Spa
CameroonBanyan Tree Doha
Canada Century Premier Hotel Lusail
Costa RicaDusitD2 Salwa
CroatiaHilton Doha
DenmarkRetaj Salwa Resort
EcuadorHyatt Regency Oryx Doha
EnglandSouq Al Wakra Hotel
FranceAl Messila
GermanyZulal Wellness Resort
GhanaDouble Tree by Hilton Doha
IranAl Rayyan Hotel Doha Curio Collection by Hilton
JapanRadisson Blu
Morocco Wyndham Doha West Bay
NetherlandQatar University
PolandEzdan Palace Hotel
Portugal Al Samriya Autograph Collection Hotel
QatarAl Aziziyah Boutique Hotel
Saudi ArabiaSealine Beach
SenegalDuhail Handball Sports Hall
SerbiaRixos Gulf Hotel Doha
SpainQatar University
South KoreaLe Meridien City Centre
Switzerland Le Royal Meridien
TunisiaWyndham Grand Doha West Bay Beach
WalesDelta Hotels City Centre
UruguayPullman Doha West Bay
USAMarsa Malaz Kempinski

Every team will remain in the same hotel and use the same training facility during the event, unlike in past competitions.

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According to FIFA, lodging options include anything from four- and five-star hotels to villas, resorts, and other types of lodging.

For the competition, more than a million fans are anticipated to watch the tournament in Qatar.

“As with all of our World Cup projects, legacy planning has been a key factor and many of the training sites renovated and built will benefit local clubs and communities long after the tournament has finished. The new hotels will also support Qatar’s growing tourism industry post-2022,” said Nasser al-Khater, Qatar 2022 CEO.

Source: News Agencies

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