The training venues, built to the 2022 FIFA World Cup, are about to be completed by the end of 2019. The Supreme Commitment and Heritage Committee (SC), which is responsible for providing the necessary infrastructure for the tournament, tweeted a picture of a training site that was almost ready for action.
“The training sites built for # Qatar2022 are about to be completed by the end of 2019. SC monitors the development of training venues in various locations throughout the country, including Onaiza, Qatar University, and Doha Golf Club, SC said in its tweet “We are making strong progress in our project to deliver state-of-the-art training facilities for all teams participating in the 2022 FIFA World Cup. A number of training facilities will be completed this year while we strive to complete all construction before the end of 2019”.
Al-Obaidly said, “The longest distance between stadiums is only 55 km, so teams will benefit from short travel times in 2022. They will only take two flights – one to arrive and one to depart – unlike previous tournaments, where flights by plane after each match took many hours. Players will be in rest and ready to play their very best in 2022. ”
The training venues, which will be used by the teams qualifying for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, will each have two enlightened, natural grass soccer courts.
In addition, each site will contain a prefabricated modular building that houses additional team facilities, such as conference and changing rooms. Team parking areas will also be provided, along with spectator areas for public training sessions. After the tournament, the training venues will be transformed into public sports facilities.