The best World Cup Qatar 2022 jokes after winter switch

FIFA taskforce confirm competition will be moved to the winter months when it's slightly cooler.

World Cup Qatar 2022 jokes will be continual as this controversial bid is discussed for the next 7 years as the switch to the winter months is confirmed

As a FIFA taskforce confirms that the competition will be moved to the winter months when the weather is slightly more accommodating, these are the best World Cup Qatar 2022 jokes we could find.

PLUS! BREAKING: World Cup 2026 to be held on sun and take place in November

A slightly shorter tournament is now expected to finish just before Christmas with the organisers yesterday refusing to apologise for the disruptive hole it will leave in many national and European league calendars.

As the winter switch is finalised and robustly defended by the Local Organising Committee, don’t miss the best World Cup Qatar 2022 jokes:

FIFA confirm #Qatar2022 will be in winter, which will allow Qatar an extra few months to meet their target of 4000 workers killed.

— David Schneider (@davidschneider) February 24, 2015

In case you missed it: here's a typical voting form for FIFA delegates on whether to choose Qatar as World Cup hosts. pic.twitter.com/L9hGuxgkwQ

— David Schneider (@davidschneider) February 24, 2015

After years of investigating, FIFA have discovered that it's quite hot in Qatar during summer. Must've had their best men on the job.

— Coral (@Coral) February 24, 2015

Bit worried about this talk of a Christmas Day World Cup final in Qatar. Don't tell me they've managed to bribe Santa as well.

— Kevin Hunter Day (@kevinhunterday) February 24, 2015

Somewhere, the designer of Qatar's artificial clouds quietly and sadly lays down their pencil, a single tear rolling down their cheek.

— Nick Miller (@NickMiller79) February 24, 2015

With the World Cup looking certain to be held in Qatar, this man looks likely to retain his award in 2015. #Qatar2022 pic.twitter.com/ot8JiFKIcp

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) February 24, 2015

Thanks heavens that Qatar are now holding their World Cup in the winter, when gay people are all hibernating. That's that problem solved.

— Dara Ó Briain (@daraobriain) February 24, 2015

FIFA's Qatar 2022 document summed up.. F**k European leagues F**k Christmas F**k stadium workers F**k human rights F**k you F**k everything

— Danny Kelly (@dannykellywords) February 24, 2015

Lot of talk today about Qatar disrupting European football. On the shirts tonight in the Champions League: Qatar Airways v Etihad.

— David Conn (@david_conn) February 24, 2015

So the workers building the stadiums can work full shifts in the summer in Qatar but the players can't play for 90 minutes?

— Karl Sharro (@KarlreMarks) February 25, 2015

I think the Qatar World Cup should be played for 5 minutes a day over a period of 7 years, and the one after that be played under the sea.

— Mark Steel (@mrmarksteel) February 25, 2015

So Qatar 2022 is going to be held in November and December. Or for England, November

— Mark Robinson (@robboma3) February 25, 2015