DOHA: Qatar’s 2022 World Cup organisers are about to go worldwide with the sign of football things to come.
The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) which is responsible for organising the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar, has set a date for the launch of the first World Cup’s logo in the Arab region and the Middle East.
The committee announced in an official statement that it will unveil the Qatar 2022 logo on Tuesday (September 3) at 8.22 pm (Doha time), through an international digital campaign , accompanied by displaying the logo on the prominent landmarks in Qatar and 23 countries around the world, in addition to displaying it on giant screens in a number of world capitals simultaneously.
The Supreme Committee stated that the logo of the World Cup will be revealed by displaying it on the facades of buildings and landmarks in the Qatari capital Doha (Katara, Souq Waqif, Sheraton Hotel, Al Shoula Tower), Kuwait (Kuwait Towers), Muscat (Opera House), and Beirut (Raouche Rock) , Amman (Royal Hotel), Algeria (Opera House), Tunisia (Hammamet), Rabat (Corniche Rabat), and Iraq (Baghdad Tower, Tahrir Square).
The committee also announced that the logo of the World Cup will be displayed on giant screens in a number of countries of the world, selected from the Americas: the United States of America (Times Square, Broadway, between the streets of 44 and 45, and New York), Argentina (General Pazy 15 de Augusto, and Bowens Iris), Brazil (Metro Dominican Sea Station, So Paulo), Chile (A Kennedy, Padre Hortado, Santiago), and Mexico (Principe Street, Mexico City).
It will be screened in Europe; in England (London, Westfield Stratford City, Four Dials, Westfield Square, Westfield), France (Gare du Nord, Paris), Germany (Berlin Train Station), Italy (Sempione, Acropolis and Madrid de Espana) , and Kayao, and Russia (Novy Arbat 2, Moscow).
The World Cup logo will be displayed in Turkey via giant screens in Yildiz, Zuharat Baba, Bachisir Kism, Tasdelin, Mimar Sinan, Kafirga, Harbay, Markaz, Barbados, Levazim, India (Babulnath, Mumbai), South Korea, South Africa (Alice Street, Sandton, Johannesburg).