Emblem simultaneously revealed in the host country, Qatar, as well as 24 other major cities across the world
The official emblem for the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup has been unveiled in the capital Doha.
Thousands of spectators gathered to witness the synchronized projection of the emblem onto a number of the country’s most iconic buildings, including Burj Doha, Katara Cultural Village Amphitheatre, Souq Waqif, and Al Zubarah Fort – a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Qatar 2022 Emblem Unveil
The emblem was unveiled simultaneously in 24 other major cities across the world including London, Johannesburg, Mexico City, Mumbai, Paris, and Seoul.
According to tournament organizers, the swooping curves of the emblem represent the undulations of desert dunes and the unbroken loop depicts both the number eight, highlighting the eight stadiums that will host the World Cup matches, and the infinity symbol, which reflects the interconnected nature of the event.
The emblem is just one example of the bold, modern tournament designs that will be revealed in the run-up to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. The striking Al Janoub Stadium – modeled after the traditional dhow boat used in the region and the second venue to be ready – hosted its first match in May this year and demonstrates the host country’s grand vision to create iconic designs. The remaining six venues are scheduled to be completed before the end of 2020, including the spectacular fanar lantern‑inspired Lusail Stadium, which will host the opening match on 21 November, as well as the final on 18 December 2022.
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