Fifa announced on Friday that the 2022 World Cup, to be held in Qatar, will start on November 21 with the final to be played on December 18 - cutting four days off the length of the competition.
Site works on the proposed host venue for the first and final matches of Qatar's World Cup 2022 have started, according to a report.
The 80,000-seat Lusail stadium is the country's sixth Fifa World Cup
World Cup insurers are likely to refuse to pay out on many cancellation contracts if Russia and Qatar lose the rights to hold the tournaments because of fraud, industry experts said.
Russia and Qatar could be stripped of their Wor
The winners of this year's Microsoft Imagine Cup Pan-Arab Semi-Finals were announced last night (June 2).
Team T2 from Tunisia took top spot in the Games category, while Team BCR from Palestine won first prize for Innovation a
Teams from across the region competed in a technology competition for school students yesterday (June 1).
The Imagine Cup 2015 Pan Arab Champion, hosted by Microsoft Bahrain, was held under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prin
Qatar defended its successful 2022 World Cup bid on Friday following corruption scandals in soccer's governing body Fifa and said it would carry on with plans to stage the event.
Qatar's World Cup organising committee said
Fifa ended more than four years of uncertainty over the timing of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar by announcing that it would be played in November and December with the final on December 18.
Spokesman Walter De Gregorio said the wint
Qatar will be ready to deliver a World Cup no matter when it is played, the Gulf state's 2022 organising committee chief Hassan Al Thawadi assured on Thursday.
With Fifa set to vote March 19 on a recommendation for a World Cup
A passenger rail link between Manama, Bahrain and Doha, Qatar could be up and running in time for Qatar's hosting of the Fifa World Cup in 2022, it has emerged.
Phase one of Qatar Rail's long distance railway project opened up f
The 2022 World Cup should be held in Qatar only if the exploitation of migrant workers stops, Fifa presidential candidate Jerome Champagne told Reuters in an interview.
The Frenchman said that Fifa's capability to govern the s