The construction work of sites for 2022 FIFA World Cup will be completed by the end of 2019 year. The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (SC) which is responsible for all the construction and infrastructure work, has said in a tweet.
Committee is looking to construct good training sites for players across the country to get prepared for football’s showpiece event. Onaiza, Qatar University and Doha Golf Club are the major places where teams and players would get practice session.
“The training sites being constructed for #Qatar2022 are on track to be completed by the end of 2019. The SC is overseeing the development of training sites at various locations across the country, including Onaiza, Qatar University and Doha Golf Club,” SC said in a tweet.
Two floodlit and natural grass pitches will be the part of these training sites construction so that players get comfortable while having practice sessions before 2022 world cup matches. Lots of trees and plants have been introduced near to stadiums and training sites to make environment clean and better.
“While stadiums construction work continues across Qatar, preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup are also progressing in a surprising area: growing trees. The SC Tree Nursery is growing the turf and trees required for the stadiums and to fill the green spaces surrounding them,” SC said.
The 22nd edition of FIFA World Cup is scheduled to play from 21 November to 18 December.