Promising the most compact World Cup ever, Qatar 2022 also offers the prospect of attending three matches in one day.
Qatari officials will ban alcohol in streets and other public places and organisers would like to introduce an alcohol ban in stadiums.
One positive repurcussion of the decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar is that the issue of rights for the migrant workers can no longer be swept under…
The Fifa president receives assurances from 2022 World Cup hosts over working conditions.
Fifa president told he has a golden opportunity to address Qatar's human rights record.
Theo Zwanziger may have offended Qatar but he has broken no law, says German court.
Binding contracts signed five years ago mean that the 2022 finals are not going to be taken away from Qatar.
Report commisioned by Fifa says governing body should exert its influence to improve human rights situation.
New Amnesty International report highlights ongoing and systemic abuse of migrant labourers working on World Cup projects.
Head of World Cup organising committee defends country's human rights record.