1. Throughout the competition, all 32 teams will be housed in the same world-class facilities; 24 teams will be housed within a 10-kilometer radius of one another. The selection process began in October 2019 with the organization of 162 inspection visits. 2. 3. At the most compact FIFA World CupTM since its inception in 1930, each of the 31 teams traveling to Qatar will have a Team Base Camp (TBC) to call home. Because no domestic flights are required during the tournament, the same world-class facilities class will be available. As a result, official training sessions will be held the day before the matches at the respective training camps for this edition. 4. Teams will check into their Team Base Camp Hotels (TBCH) at least five days before their first match, with players hoping to extend their stay beyond the guaranteed 15 days to 33, a feat reserved for only finalists. 5. As part of the 2022 FIFA World CupTM’s unique features, 24 of the 32 teams will remain within a 10km radius of each other, ensuring that the event’s exciting atmosphere is concentrated in and around Doha, much to the delight of locals and international fans. 6. “Qatar 2022 will be a World Cup unlike any other, with teams benefiting from the country’s compact size and warm local hospitality.” “During the competition, players will have more time to train and rest, while also being able to experience the excitement that will grip the country much closer as fellow players and passionate fans from all 32 nations will gather in one area,” said Colin Smith, FIFA Chief Operating Officer – World Cup. “We are pleased to allow fans to see the world-class facilities that Qatar has developed for its national teams,” said Nasser Al Khater, CEO of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. Legacy planning has been a key factor in all of our World Cup projects, and many of the renovated and built training sites will benefit local clubs and communities long after the tournament is over. After 2022, the new hotels will also help Qatar’s growing tourism industry.” 8th. The idea 9. During the FIFA World Cup competition, a TBC is the home of a participating team. It combines a dedicated team base camp training site (TBCTS) with an appropriate hotel or other type of lodging (TBCH). During the tournament, three types of training sites will be used: home clubs, group training facilities, and stadium training sites. Many were built from the ground up or renovated, and they are an important part of the tournament’s legacy for grassroots football in Qatar. 10. TBCHs include four- and five-star hotels as well as villas, resorts, and non-hotel accommodations such as sports academy residences and school/university housing. They have dedicated common areas to protect the privacy of the teams and to comply with the relevant security protocols, in addition to facilities such as treatment rooms. 11. A total of 162 inspection visits were organized for the teams that competed in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, which began in October 2019. 12. Worker welfare at TBCH13: FIFA and the host country take their obligations to workers’ rights very seriously. As part of these efforts, FIFA and Qatar are putting in place an unprecedented due diligence process to protect the rights and well-being of workers at 159 hotels, including all of those that will host participating teams. This work is done in close collaboration with the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, as well as with trade unions and other independent monitors, as well as with the International Labor Organization. FIFA has also supported member associations in their own interactions with hotels regarding workers’ rights in recent months, and is encouraged by the positive relationships formed around this important topic. 14. NNN is a Nigerian online news portal that publishes breaking news from across the country and the world. We are truthful, fair, accurate, thorough, and courageous in gathering, reporting, and interpreting news in the best interests of the public, because truth is the foundation of journalism, and we work hard to find the truth in every news report. Please contact the editor at nnn.ng. Disclaimer.
Team Base Camp Hotels for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar
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