Doha ∙ Organizers expect $1,700 million in revenue from the FIFA World Cup Qatar. This was revealed by the CEO of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Nasser Al Khader. 8 billion dollars were spent on infrastructure and the construction of the World Cup.
Previous FIFA World Cups also cost almost the same amount. Qatar will deliver the benefits of the World Cup before and after the World Cup. As a large percentage of football fans will come to Qatar to watch the FIFA World Cup, the number of spectators will reach a record. According to a study conducted by the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, 300-400 crore people from different parts of the world will watch the World Cup in Qatar.
More than 10 lakh people, including 12,000 media representatives, are expected to visit Qatar to watch the World Cup. In an earlier interview with the Qatar News Agency, Nasser Al-Kader said that FIFA expects an income of 6 billion dollars from the World Cup.