FIFA has unveiled the official emblem.
Launched in the nation’s capital Doha, tens of thousands of audiences witnessed the projection of the emblem onto several the nation’s most iconic buildings.
It was broadcast on large screens around the planet, such as London’s Leicester Square, Canary Wharf and Westfield.
The swooping curves of this emblem signify the amount is depicted by the undulations of desert dunes and the loop eight – a reminder of those eight stadiums that will host matches.
And with the tournament taking place between December and November for the first time in its history, the central type of the emblem takes inspiration from a classic woollen shawl.
Shawls are worn round the globe and in Gulf and the Arab region by various people and in a variety of styles.
The typeface also calligraphy in a brand new, modern font, taking inspiration from Asia along with the region, and fusing tradition with modernity.
The Gulf nation won the right to stage the 2022 World Cup with the arena set to prepare in December 2010, Al Janoub, this year, hosting its first match in May.
The remaining six venues are scheduled to be completed before the end of 2020, including the Lusail Stadium, which will host the opening game on November 21, in addition to the final on December 18, 2022.

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