The world comes to qatar (bid)

Qatar’s journey to the FIFA World Cup™ 2022 began with that bidding process in 2009. See how a bid document is put together, and learn how Qatar brought the event to the Middle East for the first time.

Ages 14-16 Subjects History, Geography

Overview

The Host country (or co-hosting countries) must successfully bid to become a FIFA World Cup™ host. Learn about Qatar’s successful bid to host the FIFA World Cup™ 2022, and discover how the SC is setting the stage for an event that will leave a deep legacy of success in the region.

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News Report: The World Comes To Qatar (Bid)
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Quiz: The World Comes to Qatar (Ages 14-15)
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