Amir stressed the importance of 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar to all Arabs as mentioned previously in 2010 and welcomed the world to attend 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar.
The next World Cup - Qatar 2022 - will take place in a country with no soccer history and will be the first winter edition of the tournament - running from November 21 to December 18 - to avoid the intense summer heat of the region.
President Vladimir Putin said Russian Federation could be "proud" of its hosting of the football World Cup, judging it a success "in every respect" after Sunday's (July 15) final.
Qatar, with 2.3 Million people and one of the smallest in the world, accepted the mantle to host the competition in four years time from the biggest country in the world in Landmass.
In a statement, al-Sharqi said Qatar's hosting of the FIFA World Cup in 2022 will create an economic spillover on various sectors, particularly in the fields of hospitality, tourism, and services because of the expected large number of tourist arrivals during the event.
Putin ceremonially handed a football to Qatar's emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani to mark the transfer to Qatar, which will be the first Arab country to host the tournament.
Brazil's Neymar Jr was the most mentioned player during the World Cup.
He confirmed the success of the tournament in Qatar and stressed his great trust in the Arab youth and friends who will be present in its organisation.
"The legacy of this World Cup will put Russian Federation on the top of countries in terms of football around the world".
Sports Minister Laura Flessel told Europe-1 radio that the World Cup victory allows France's youth - like those in the poor suburbs where numerous players grew up - "to dare to believe in their dreams".
That will be followed by a reception at the presidential palace, with hundreds of guests, including people from soccer clubs known to the French players, like that of the poor suburb of Bondy, where 19-year-old star Kylian Mbappe grew up. This year's championship in Russian Federation was due to end later the same day with France and Croatia contesting the final.
Here's a look at what's coming up at the World Cup, which is down to its final day, featuring the title match Sunday in Moscow between France and Croatia.
If you watched any of the World Cup (and even if you didn't), you know these things to be true.