Qatar won the right to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup on December 2, 2010. In 2011, the State of Qatar established the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy with the aim of implementing the infrastructure projects needed to host an impressive historical version of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, laying out plans and carrying out operations Qatar is a host country for the tournament, in order to contribute to accelerating development and achieving the state’s development goals, leaving a lasting legacy for Qatar, the Middle East, Asia, and the world at large.
The stadiums, other sports facilities and infrastructure projects that the Supreme Committee oversees in cooperation with its partners will host a close and interconnected tournament based on the concept of sustainability and accessibility in a comprehensive manner. After the tournament ends, the stadiums and their surrounding areas will turn into vibrant community centers, forming one of the most important pillars of the legacy that we are working to build for the benefit of future generations.
The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, through working closely with the Qatar 2022 Local Organizing Committee, is responsible for overseeing the planning and operational processes of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, so that the country’s guests, including families and fans from all over the world, live in the tournament’s atmosphere in safety, enjoying the hospitality. Which is known by the State of Qatar and the region.
The Supreme Committee harnesses the positive impact of football to stimulate human, social, economic and environmental development in all parts of Qatar, the region and Asia, through distinct programs, such as Generation Amazing (Social Responsibility Program), Challenge 22 (Supporting Innovators in the Region), and Workers’ Welfare (Ensuring Safety and Security) Workers in our projects), and meaningful initiatives such as community outreach, and the establishment of the Josoor Institute (career development).