Qatar gears up to host AFC Asian Cup 2023
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The AFC Asian Cup 2023 is just one month away, taking place in Qatar from January 12 to February 10, 2024, all indicators suggest that Doha is ready for the continental tournament.
The Qatari national team, defending champions from the previous edition held in the UAE in 2019, faces a unique challenge in the AFC Asian Cup 2023.
The tournament matches will happen in 9 stadiums that are closely located, with no more than 75 kilometers between any two stadiums.
If you support the stadium, transportation will be easy as it connects to key venues through a modern network of metro stations and highways.
More than 2000 journalists from various nationalities are expected to cover the AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2023, according to the organizing committee.
Rasha Al Qarni, Local Organizing Committee (LOC) Administration and Workforce Executive Director, confirmed the participation of 6,000 volunteers from 107 nationalities.
They have many different jobs to do, including 20 different parts of how the tournament works.
Khaled Salman, former Qatari player, stated that home advantage and fan support will be crucial in defending the title.
The player, who scored three goals in the last two continental championships, believes his team can repeat the 2019 success because of their experienced player.
The Qatari team will play in Group A with China, Lebanon, and Tajikistan. There will be 24 teams in the tournament.