In 2022 the World Cup will take place in Qatar. It's a place that courts controversy, raises ethical and practical footballing questions, and has most people reaching for a map. The sixth issue of Glory gets behind the conjecture by visiting this Arab country, where the ancient and ultramodern come together, and talking to the people involved in the football scene and the upcoming tournament.
Inside we meet national manager Felix Sánchez, the man responsible for delivering the tournament HE Hassan Al Thawadi and Qatar's most capped player Hassan Al-Haydos. There's a look at the home-grown tournaments, grassroots programmes, football stadia and academies that are creating a footballing nation to talk about. Oh, and there's a chat with Cameroonian legend Samuel Eto'o, now an ambassador for Generation Amazing.
Vowing to put the 'beautiful' back into the beautiful game, Glory brings us football with finesse. Travelling the world to report back on the game played elsewhere - this is part travelogue, all footie mag.
Jaffa Alhajri and Shaima Abdullah, two women helping develop women's football in Qatar and change perceptions of the country's sporting development.