Sustainability and post-tournament legacy use are at the core of our design strategies for the stadiums and precincts proposed for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar™.
We sought the most creative and cost-effective ideas; innovations that will lead to more sustainable outcomes in the design, construction and operational stages of our tournament infrastructure delivery.Find out more
Health & safety
Health & safety awareness is embedded in the SC's corporate culture. We believe that every employee deserves safe, healthy and humane working and living conditions.
For this challenge we looked for ideas that focused on occupational health & safety awareness, or those that enhanced and monitored the health and safety of employees.Find out more
Internet of things
The 2022 FIFA World Cup™ will be the most connected in history. The challenge was to identify ways the internet of things can provide innovative services that will create a more accessible, safer and better tournament experience.
We asked entrants to focus on at least one of the following areas: journey planning and navigation; crowd control; virtual queues; sport as entertainment; or sport and health.Find out more
In 2022, fans from around the world will converge on Qatar in a celebration of the beautiful game. It is imperative that we provide our guests with consistently high levels of service, and deliver an amazing experience at every point.
We asked you to create memorable experiences that reflect the best of the region, and contribute to the long-term diversification of the Qatari and regional economies.Find out more
12 December 2016 21 مارس 2018
The application process for the second cycle of Challenge 22 finished, and our judges began evaluating the finalists.Learn More
7 March 2017 21 مارس 2018
Semi-finalists had the opportunity to be mentored by leading scientists and researchers to fine-tune their proposals for the next stage.Learn More
11 April 2017 21 مارس 2018
Applications were narrowed down further, with finalists flown to Doha for business development workshops and to present their projects to our judges.Learn More
Finalists attended two days of pitching workshops and then pitched their ideas to judges on the final day. All finalists benefitted from networking and skills development opportunities during this period. The winners each gained USD 15,000 in prize money, the chance to apply for a grant of up to USD 100,000 and invaluable contacts and opportunities.