FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™

FIFA staffing and facilities

Visitors and Qatari residents had access to a range of facilities, including health clinics, across the stadiums, fan zones, fan festivals and fan accommodation in place at the tournament.  

Qatar’s transport infrastructure provided fast and efficient options for both residents and visitors. Fans used buses, the metro, light rail transit systems and taxis to travel to the stadiums on match days. Five of the eight FIFA World Cup stadiums were directly connected to the metro, with the remainder accessible by a combination of metro and shuttle bus services to ensure a seamless fan experience during the tournament. 

Medical services

medical staff

team doctors

clinics

Security

staff members offered private security services (guarding and stewarding)

official venues managed by security forces engaged by the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 LLC (Q22)

hours of training per security guard (three training levels)

Transportation

spectators used the Doha Metro

spectators travelled to the stadiums by bus

spectators rideshared

Technology services

Technology took centre stage at Qatar 2022. Not only did it help the match officials to make critical calls on the field of play, but it kept spectators safe and fans engaged, no matter where in the world they were watching the action.

Powering the FIFA World Cup

spaces (rooms and technical areas) equipped with IT solutions and equipment

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software applications covering both operations and fan engagement

malicious events, such as bot attacks, malicious websites, malware, etc. detected and blocked by FIFA’s protection systems

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malicious events targeting the ticket portal login page and ticket purchasing process identified and blocked

contactless payment terminals installed at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022

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mobile network modernisation incorporating the most advanced equipment and functionalities, ensuring complete tournament readiness

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The World Cup at a glance

A look-back at the tournament’s record-breaking success as 32 countries contested the month-long competition in Qatar.

Fan experience

Over 1.8 million fans visited Doha’s FIFA Fan Festival to enjoy the live match broadcasts and vibrant entertainment at the greatest football party in the world.

Ticketing and hospitality

The Official Hospitality Programme was the most successful in the tournament's history. It included guaranteed match tickets and a range of other benefits.

Commercial

Commercial Affiliates helped to bring the FIFA World Cup closer to fans globally and contributed to the successful delivery of the tournament across multiple functional areas.

Sustainability

A comprehensive, dedicated programme oversaw stadium energy and water impacts through efficient design, construction and operations.

Social impact

Under the Football Unites the World umbrella, FIFA teamed up with a range of international partners and organisations to promote and highlight causes such as antidiscrimination during the FIFA World Cup.

Last updated: Thursday, 23 March 2023 at 16:02