Qatar's incredible stadium plans for 2022 World Cup
Thursday 02 December 2010
Qatar were the shock winners of the right to host the 2022 World Cup.
The small Middle Eastern country beat bids from Australia, the United States and 2004 World Cup co-hosts Japan and South Korea.
Qatar's staging of the tournament had come in for some criticism because of the weather in the country during June and July - when temperatures can rise as high as 50 degrees Celsius - while the close proximity of the stadiums had also raised some questions.
Yet the plans for the stadiums, which are yet to be built, are incredible. Here, we take a look into the future and how the 2022 World Cup will look.
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