Closing Ceremony for the Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022

Closing Ceremony for the Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022

The FIFA World Cup, one of the largest tournaments in football, is launching soon with its 22nd edition of the tournament. Qatar is hosting the events for the first time during the winter. The Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 will take place in Qatar from 21 November 2022 to 18 December 2022. However, one of the most spectacular parts of the FIFA World Cup is its Closing ceremony.

Before we describe the closing ceremony of the FIFA World Cup 2022, let us know how was the previous events.

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2022

The details of the closing ceremony of the FIFA World Cup 2022 have not been informed yet to the world. We will provide the updated information after the declaration. Stay with us to get the updated News.

2018

The FIFA World Cup 2018 reached its conclusion on Sunday, 15 July 2018 at 4 pm BST. The closing ceremony was held an hour before the final match of the tournament between France and Croatia. Before kick-off, the closing ceremony took place at Luzhniki Stadium. It is the largest stadium in Russia with a seating capacity of 80,000 and has hosted many global events.

A variety of entertainers performed there as Russia wrapped up what had been a thrilling month of football.

The closing ceremony featured a performance. It was the official song of the 2018 World Cup recorded by Will Smith, Nicky Jam, and Kosovan pop singer Era Istrefi. They featured performances to celebrate both football and Russian culture.

2014

The closing evening ceremony of the 2014 FIFA World Cup football tournament was held on Sunday 13 July 2014, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The stadium was Estadio do Maracana.

Shakira performed in the closing ceremony of the FIFA World Cup 2014 four years ago in Brazil. The other artists at the ceremony include Carlinhos Brown, Wyclef Jean, Alexandre Pires, Ivete Sangalo, and guitarist Carlos Santana.

2010

The closing evening ceremony of the 2010 FIFA World Cup football tournament will be held Sunday 11 July 2010, in Johannesburg, South Africa.

It was set to be a colorful, celebratory tribute to the tournament, the fans, and their experiences. The 30-minute night-time ceremony featured some spectacular performances and unique special effects.

It was broadcasted live in 215 countries to an audience above 500 million viewers. Columbian pop star Shakira performed the hit song Waka Waka. The other artists at the ceremony include multiple Grammy Award winners Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Jozi, Stoan Seate, Slikour, Zuluboy, Abigail Kubeka, Theo Kgosinkwe, Afrikaans artists Nianell and flutist Wouter, and popular local traditional group Ihashi Elimhlophe.

 

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