Well, let me tell you, when I heard that Qatar will be the host country for 2022 I was ecstatic! Seeing their bid and what they have in plans for the event is so exciting. The architecture and design of the new stadiums they are going to build are revolutionary. This will not only add great monuments to the world but it will bring more awareness to the Middle East and Arab countries, where you can find wonderful architecture and welcoming people.
The FIFA World Cup committee has finally decided it is time to bring the World Cup to the Middle East. This will be a great impact on the region's youth and many generations to come. This also means that million of people will be traveling to the Middle East for the first time, thus breaking many stereotypes against Arab countries.
So what are Qatar's plans for us in 2022? Qatar plans to build 9 new stadiums and renovate 3 existing ones, which is estimated to cost $4 billion. Once the world cup is over Qatar plans to take the new stadiums apart and rebuild them in third world countries around the world.
A plan of the Lusail Stadium, where the World Cup final will the held in Qatar in 2022 (Pic: Getty)
Qatar plans on air-conditioning all the stadiums some of which will be located on an island that you would arrive to by a water taxi. The air-conditioned stadiums will reportedly run on solar power.
If you are still looking for more reasons to be as excited as me, then watch the video below and see those amazing stadium designs and you might just meet me in Qatar in 2022!