The World Cup will kick off on November 21, 2022 at the Al Bayat Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar’s largest city. About 20,000 expatriates live in Al Khore, the city of the opening venue. With two more years to go before the World Cup, there is a lot of excitement in the Bangladeshi community in Al Khore.
The first World Cup in the Middle East. All the stadiums with modern facilities are being built in the Arab world for this great sacrifice of football. Qatar is moving forward at its own pace, leaving behind various criticisms. Growing up is a dream. Hard work is going on in implementation. Al Khor Al Bayat Stadium, the second city in Qatar, is one of the venues for the World Cup. The 22nd edition of the Football World Cup will be screened here on November 21, 2022.
About 20,000 expatriate Bangladeshis live in the city of Al Khor Al Bayat Stadium, the opening venue of the World Cup. Expatriate Bangladeshis living in the city are eager to watch their favorite team play in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
They said, I will get a chance to watch the World Cup match. It feels great to think about it. Here we always work hard. Every day I see new infrastructure for the World Cup including the stadium. This is something we enjoy very much.
Meanwhile, the people of the Bangladeshi community living in Al Khor City feel lucky to have the opportunity to witness such an event.
“We are really lucky,” said Abdur Razzak Bhuiyan, leader of the Qatar Bangladesh community. The Middle East country Qatar will have the World Cup. The biggest festival of world football will start from this city. We also get a chance to see. It’s really fun.
Al Bayat Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar’s second city, built in the style of the Arabian Heritage Tent. The World Cup will begin on November 21 and end on December 16 with a final on Qatar’s National Day.