FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Official Logo Disclosed


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The Official Logo of the 22nd version of the FIFA World Cup™ was revealed last month as FIFA and host country Qatar reached another important milestone on the road to the world’s biggest football masterpiece.

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The official unveiling took place in Qatar’s capital, Doha, at 20:22 local time (19:22 CET), with thousands of viewers witnessing the synchronized projection of the logo onto a number of the country’s most iconic structures, including Burj Doha, Katara Cultural Village Amphitheatre, Ministry of Interior, Souq Waqif and Msheireb and Al Zubarah Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Several major cities around the globe are also admiring the milestone, with pictures of the design seen on famous locations and outdoor signboards in popular public spaces. Some of the world’s most popular footballers and FIFA World Cup legends are also taking to social media to support the launch and share the image with their millions of followers online.

The logo’s design represents the concept of an event that unites and engages the whole world, while also highlighting memorable elements of local and regional Arab history and connections to the wonderful game.

The swooping curves of the logo represent the waves of desert hills and the smooth loop depicts both the number eight – a reminder of the 8 extraordinary stadiums that will host matches – and the infinity symbol, showing the interconnected nature of the match. Besides echoing the shape of the iconic FIFA World Cup Trophy, the logo’s central form takes inspiration from a popular woolen shawl. During winter months, shawls are worn around the world and in the Arab and Gulf region in particular by a type of people and in different ways.

The intricate embroidered detail that often adorns shawls in the Arab world is highlighted and takes inspiration from many cultures beyond Asia, celebrating the continent’s 2nd hosting of a FIFA World Cup match and Qatar’s diverse population. The regionally inspired winter garment also alludes to the match’s start dates and the fact that it will be the 1st FIFA World Cup™ to be played in November and December.

The new typeface designed to follow the logo reimagines traditional Arabic calligraphy in a new, modern font, taking inspiration from the region and Asia, and combining tradition with modernity. 

Lusail Stadium Qatar
Lusail Stadium Qatar


The logo is just one part of the bold, modern tournament designs that will be published in the run-up to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. The striking Al Janoub Stadium – modeled after the traditional dhow boat used in the region and the 2nd venue to be set – hosted its first match in May this year and shows the host country’s grand vision to create iconic designs.

Al Janoub Stadium Qatar
Al Janoub Stadium


The remaining 6 venues are listed to be completed before the end of 2020, including the magnificent fanar lantern‑inspired Lusail Stadium, which will host the opening match on 21st November, as well as the final on 18th December 2022.


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