The fifa world cup qatar 2022™

Explore the history of Qatar's groundbreaking bid to host the FIFA World Cup 2022™, see how international fans will travel to the tournament and look at the teams who could be battling it out.

These toolkits provide resources for a one-hour session. Each one is intended for two separate age groups, so you can build on students’ learning over two years. Each includes a curriculum-linked lesson plan, presentation, worksheets, information sheets and quizzes. You can use the theme film as an introduction to the topic.  


A Perfect Visit
Students utilise their writing skills and knowledge of Qatar’s top attractions to create the perfect itinerary for tourists visiting Qatar during the FIFA World Cup 2022™. Ages: 12-14. Subjects: Arabic/English, Citizenship, Geography.
Getting to the Game
Explore how Qatar’s compact hosting plan and new, state-of-the-art infrastructure keeps fans’ journeys short, helping them to make the most of their FIFA World Cup™ experience. Ages: 13-15. Subjects: Maths, Design and Technology.
The Biggest Sporting Event In The World
Teach students how our preparations for the FIFA World Cup 2022™ – and the legacy it will leave behind – will contribute to Qatar’s development and benefit local communities. Ages: 16-18. Subject: Geography.
Football Facts And Stats
Explore how organising data and calculating measures of central tendency can shape predictions about team performance at the FIFA World Cup™. Ages: 13-15. Subject: Maths.
Welcoming The World
Help students to figure out how fans will make their way to Qatar from around the world – using measurements and conversion between units – and visit Qatar’s unique FIFA World Cup™ stadiums. Ages: 8-10. Subject: Maths.