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Qatar 2022: The Team Base for the United States Men’s National Team


Aug-04 10:52 first published at 10:52 AM

Qatar 2022 The United States Men’s National Team’s Team Base Camp at the upcoming FIFA World Cup will be one of the most unique. Discover the island where Christian Pulisic and his team will stay in Qatar in 2022. Mbappé, Benzema, and France choose opulent accommodations for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022. Alphonso Davies’ philanthropic motivation for Canada to go as far as possible in Qatar 2022 Getty Images/Andy Lyons USMNT’s Christian Pulisic Christian Pulisic’s USMNT bears the burden of healing a painful wound from its fans: being excluded from Russia 2018. To win the 2022 FIFA World Cup, they must be willing to leave everything on the field.
Qatar 2022 raises expectations among American soccer fans because the United States will compete with a very interesting generation of players who share invaluable experience in European soccer, the best in the world.
Thus, US Soccer has bet on providing the best possible environment for Pulisic, McKennie, Weah, Steffen, Reyna, and company in order for them to perform at their best during the upcoming FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. One of his initiatives was to provide them with an excellent Team Base Camp. Find information about the complexes where the USMNT will be staying and training during their participation in this tournament below.

The USMNT’s crowning achievement: its base camp hotel
Despite the fact that Qatar’s 11,571-square-kilometer surface area complicates the issue of absolute privacy for National Teams qualifying for the FIFA World Cup, the USMNT chose a headquarters in Doha that will provide the least amount of distraction while maintaining luxury and comfort: the five-star hotel Marsa Malaz Kempinski.

This hotel, managed by the international chain Kempiski, is located on the Pearl, a man-made island with a surface area of 4 square kilometers that cost $15 billion to construct. Popular for being the first freehold ownership land in Qatar by foreign nationals.
The USMNT will be able to easily access the various venues it is guaranteed to visit during its minimum 15-day stay in Qatar 2022 thanks to the Marsa Malaz Kempinski hotel. To begin with, it is only about 15 kilometers from downtown Doha.

-Marsa Malaz Kempinski is coming to Al Gharafa SC Stadium (Training stadium) fourteen kilometers
-From the Marsa Malaz Kempinski to the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium – (USMNT vs Wales) – Distance of 27 kilometers
-Marsa Malaz Kempinski is coming to Al Bayt Stadium (England vs USMNT) 45 kilometres
-Marsa Malaz Kempinski to Al Thumama Stadium – 30 kilometers (Iran vs USMNT)
Christian Pulisic and the USMNT will have access to a private beach and several pools, water sports, paddle and tennis courts, a fitness center, a luxury spa, and restaurants at their hotel during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. A total of 281 rooms have a view of the Arabian Gulf.

During the FIFA World Cup, the USMNT’s training facility was used.
While the comfort and rest of the team is key during a tournament as demanding as the upcoming FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 will be, the counterpart is also vital, that of work and maximum effort: the training camp in which the strategy to defeat Wales, England and Iran must be mastered.
The USMNT will work under Gregg Berhalter at the Al Gharafa SC Stadium, known locally as the Thani bin Jassim Stadium. This venue is used by Al Gharafa SC, the fourth winningest team in the history of the Qatari league, and the home of former players such as Paulo Wanchope, Marcel Desailly, Wesley Sneijder and Ze Roberto.
This stadium has a capacity for more than 21,000 spectators and has natural grass. It is a multipurpose venue used mainly for soccer practice. It hosted the AFC Asian Cup held in 2011. It was initially considered to be part of the stadiums that would host Qatar 2022 matches, but it gradually lost its place to the new stadiums built.

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