Organizing the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 represents an ideal opportunity to highlight the capabilities, capabilities, traditions, customs and culture of the State of Qatar and the entire Arab world. And the influence and popularity of football in bringing about a positive transformation, not only at the sporting level, but at various levels, which benefits societies in Qatar, the region as a whole, and the world as a whole.
For this, and to promote the vision of organizing the first World Cup in the Middle East, the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, the body responsible for the infrastructure projects necessary for Qatar to host the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, has chosen a number of football legends and stars in Qatar, the Arab world and the world as ambassadors for the Committee Supreme Court, to participate in disseminating the vision and ambitions of the State of Qatar in organizing the World Cup, along with the rest of the activities that promote the upcoming World Championship within the Qatar Legacy Program in various countries of the world.
The ambassadors of Qatar’s Legacy have extensive experience and expertise that they gained through their respective careers in the football fields around the world, before their association with the Qatar World Cup project, through which Qatar confirms its ability to organize an unparalleled tournament, having previously shown its tremendous capabilities in organizing many Major international tournaments and events.
10 football stars in Qatar and the Arab world in general were chosen as local ambassadors for the World Cup, and they are Qataris: Khaled Salman, Mubarak Mustafa, Ibrahim Khalfan, Adel Khamis, Ahmed Khalil, Muhammad Saadoun Al-Kuwari, Omani Ali Al-Habsi, and the Egyptian duo Muhammad Abu Trika and Wael Jumaa, And the Iraqi Younis Mahmoud.
On the other hand, 5 legends and stars were chosen in the list of global ambassadors for the 2022 World Cup, they are: Spain’s Xavi Hernandez, Brazil’s Cafu, Dutchman Ronald de Boer, Cameroon’s Samuel Eto’o and Australia’s Tim Cahill.
The ambassadors of the Qatar World Cup were chosen with great care, as these legends with a history full of achievements and rich in giving in the world of the charming round were selected in order to support the preparations and preparations for hosting the tournament, which was planned to be an exceptional and unprecedented version throughout the history of organizing the World Cup tournaments (21 copy) since its launch in 1930, and with the aim of the ambassadors’ contribution to the success of the global sporting event, scheduled to take place between November 21 and December 18, by playing their role in building bridges of communication between Qatar, the Arab world and the world as a whole, and spreading the vision about the championship, As well as about the plans related to the legacy, amid continuing preparations in full swing for the success of organizing the event, which is about to start.
This comes in light of Qatar’s success in dazzling the world with its ability to equip the infrastructure and facilities for the tournament in an unprecedented record time, foremost of which is the equipping of 8 World Cup stadiums according to special specifications and standards and huge capabilities that the previous World Cup had not witnessed, especially in terms of providing stadiums with a system Cooling to provide an ideal atmosphere, in addition to providing a transmission network that will help move the fans through the tournament in a convenient and wonderful way.
Some of these ambassadors have recently participated in promotional campaigns for these stadiums with the fan leaders of the qualified teams. “Which weighs 6,175 kg is about 54 countries around the world, according to the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, including 32 countries whose teams qualified for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
As an important part of the campaign to introduce and promote the 2022 World Cup, the Qatar 2022 World Cup legacy ambassadors play their role in order to add more success to the preparation for the establishment of this historic tournament, which is being held for the first time in the Arab world and the Middle East, after the State of Qatar topped the countries The region and carried the banner of hosting the international sports event as a representative of the Arabs in particular and the various peoples of the region.
The ambassadors seek to invest their expertise, achievements and stardom in promoting this upcoming hosting, the culture, legacy and history of the Qatari and Arab society as a whole and its interaction with global events, especially since the event is not related to being a global sporting event only, but rather is more like a global human carnival.
The 15 Qatar Heritage Ambassadors have a history full of achievements, as they have excelled in various local, continental and international forums.
Khaled Salman: One of the stars of Qatar who starred in various forums locally and abroad with his team Al Sadd and the Qatari national team, and crowned many important titles, the most important of which was leading his team Al Sadd to the 1989 AFC Champions League title as the first Arab team to win the title, and he also contributed to the qualification of Qatar to the 1984 Olympics In Los Angeles.
Among the most prominent tournaments he played was the 1981 World Youth Cup in Australia, and he starred strongly at the time in the tournament, specifically against Brazil in the quarter-finals, when he scored three goals in the Brazilian goal, and also contributed to the Qatari team reaching the final of the tournament, and was close to crowning the title. The World Cup had not lost to Germany in a difficult match that witnessed heavy rain.
Mubarak Mustafa: One of the best former stars of Qatar and the owner of the title “Al-Sinari”, he emerged with his club Al-Arabi during the golden generation period, which contributed to the team’s achievements, which was chosen as the team of the last century in Qatar, and with the national team crowned the Gulf Cup twice, and was unique in obtaining the title of top scorer. And the best player in the 1992 Gulf Cup, and he finished his career in the stadiums, scoring 34 goals in the Qatari national team shirt, and he was one of the few stars who were distinguished by scoring decisive goals in various competitions.
Ibrahim Khalfan: One of the greatest players of Qatar and Al Arabi Club throughout history in the center of the play industry, he was distinguished as the leader of the game, and contributed to achieving many achievements with his team locally, and with his country’s national team abroad, and he is among the most representative players of his generation for his country’s international team as he represented the national team The Qatari player has won 90 international matches, and one of his most prominent achievements is leading the Qatar national team to qualify for the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.
Adel Khamis: One of the stars of Qatari football, he played in the defense and central defender positions, and he starred with the Qatari team and its club Al-Ittihad (Al-Gharafa) later, and he excelled internationally with the Qatari team in many international forums, most notably in the 1992 Gulf Cup, in which he played with his comrades a role Stardom led Qatar to hold the Gulf Cup for the first time.
Ahmed Khalil: He is one of the best Qatari players in the goalkeeping position. He became famous with his Al Arabi club in particular, and represented other clubs as well, and he was among the stars of the Qatar national team, during the beginning of the nineties of the last century, and he is one of the stars who contributed to crowning the 1992 Gulf Cup title. He was one of the most prominent stars of the tournament, and he came out with the title of best goalkeeper, as he only conceded one goal, and he deserved to be one of the most prominent stars of the tournament.
Mohammed Saadoun Al-Kuwari: One of the most famous Qatari figures active in the media, sports and social fields is a prominent media figure. In addition to his work in the media, he is a professional player in the padel game, which has begun to spread in recent years. He has represented Qatar in foreign forums and achieved remarkable achievements.
Ali Al Habsi: The most famous goalkeeper in his country, the Sultanate of Oman, and one of the most prominent players in the Arab Gulf countries. In the Gulf Cup tournaments, during which he was crowned the championship title once for the first time in the history of his country’s participation, he is also the best goalkeeper to win the title of best goalkeeper five times, and he has played in many European clubs, most notably Bolton and Wigan of England, and contributed to Wigan winning the FA Cup 2012 – 2013, and he played for the Saudi Hilal, and won the league title with him in 2018, and participated in 350 matches at the club level, and 100 international matches with the Oman national team.
Mohamed Aboutrika: One of the most popular football stars in the Arab world and Africa, he is the legend of the Egyptian national team and Al-Ahly club, who became famous thanks to his skills, achievements and high sportsmanship inside and outside the stadiums. He emerged as a top scorer, and with his team Al-Ahly achieved the Egyptian League title 7 times, and 3 Cup championships, the African Champions League title 5 times, 4 Super Cups, and he won the African Nations Cup twice with the Egyptian team.
Wael Gomaa: He is considered one of the best players in the defense center that Egyptian, Arab and African football has known, and one of the most prominent winners of titles locally and abroad, as he won with Al-Ahly the league title 8 times, the cup championship three times, and contributed to obtaining three titles of the African Nations Cup with his country, He won the African Champions League and the Super Cup 6 times.
Younis Mahmoud: One of the stars of Iraqi football, he excelled as a top scorer locally and abroad. He played 148 international matches with his country, led him to the 2007 Asian Nations Cup title, and won the best player award in the tournament. His football career was full of giving and distinction, and his professional period in Qatar witnessed his great brilliance in the stadiums, where he played for many clubs, including the Al-Gharafa team, with whom he won the league title three times, and the top scorer of the Qatari league three times.
Spanish Xavi Hernandez: One of the legends of world football, and he is one of the best midfielders and playmakers throughout the history of football. He is the current Barcelona coach and former player, and the former player and coach of the Qatari Al-Sadd club. He has a wonderful relationship with Qatari football, and his most prominent achievements in his football career with Barcelona won the Spanish League title eight times, the Champions League three times, the Club World Cup twice, and was crowned with the Spanish national team with the 2010 World Cup title, and the European Nations title twice.
Brazilian Cafu: The former captain of the Brazilian national team and one of the legends of Brazilian football, and one of the most prominent players who carried the captaincy of the Brazilian national team. 20 titles, most notably the World Cup twice, and he was unique in the world by playing the World Cup final 3 times, years: 1994, 1998 and 2002, and he excelled with the teams he played for, most notably Milan and Rome in the Italian league, and won the league title with them, as he crowned with Milan the 2007 European Champions League title. .
Dutchman Ronald de Boer: One of the most famous legends in Dutch football, his star appeared with the Dutch national team and Ajax Amsterdam, with whom he won the 1995 European Champions League, and played for Barcelona and Rangers of Scotland, and he has a strong connection with Qatari football, where he ended his football career when he played for my club Rayan and the North.
Cameroonian Samuel Eto’o: He is considered one of the greatest players of Cameroon and Africa throughout history, and one of the most distinguished football strikers known to international stadiums. He represented Cameroon in the World Cup, and won the title of best player in Africa four times, setting a record, and winning the African Nations Cup twice with His country’s national team, the gold of the 2000 Olympics, starred with Barcelona and Inter Milan, and crowned with Barcelona the league title three times and the European Champions title twice, and with Inter he won the League and European Champions titles once, and he moved to play with the Qatar club team at the end of his football career, and is currently heading the Federation Cameroon football.
Australian Tim Cahill: He is the best player in the history of Australia. He is the Australian football legend and the best scorer in the history of the Australian national team. He played 108 international matches, during which he scored 50 goals, and contributed to his country’s qualification for four times to the World Cup. He played outside Australia, and emerged with The English team Everton 2004-2012, who played 268 matches in various tournaments, during which he scored 68 goals, and is currently working as Director of Sports Affairs at Aspire Academy in Qatar.
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