Volunteers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar have started their training trip. 20,000 volunteers will receive more than 350 training sessions in person and online at the Volunteer Center.
Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy Volunteering Strategy Director Nasser Al Mughaiseeb said 60,000 interviews were conducted to select 20,000 volunteers who will work inside and outside the stadium to ensure the smooth running of the 2022 World Cup. Al Sharq.
"We received applications for registration from more than 180 nationalities around the world, most of them from Asian and African countries, whose percentage exceeds 40% of the total applicants," said Al-Mughaisib.
Most of the registrants are from Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco. They are among the majority of applicants who have successfully cleared the interviews.
20,000 volunteers will be assigned various duties in hotels, airports, hospitals and stadiums to support the world's biggest football tournament. They will also be asked to work at least 10 days in 6 to 8 hour shifts.
Football fans from all over the world are encouraged to apply for the selection process for the volunteer background.