The numbers mean that Qatar is spending around $2 billion a month on the infrastructure.
"We are putting $200 billion in terms of infrastructure".
As things stand in qualifying, they are the ninth best team in Asia, a confederation that receives 4.5 places at the World Cup.
The finance minister expected spending to continue at that level for three to four years for the new stadiums, motorways, rail links, and a new hospital.
"We are spending close to $500 million per week on capital projects", Qatar's Finance Minister Ali Shareef Al-Emadi revealed on Tuesday, according to AFP.
At the same time, the impetus for the rapid development of the infrastructure is the 2022 World Cup.
Previous World Cup hosts have found themselves in massive debt following the prestigious tournament, like Brazil who spent over $11 billion United States dollars for the 2014 World Cup, while Russian Federation is on pace to spend more than $10 billion USD for 2018′s event.
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On the footballing side of things, Qatar's hopes of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation are bleak.
12 stadia will host matches between November 21st and December 18th.
The World Cup in Qatar is still another five and a half years away, but the amount of work they plan to do and the money they plan to spend - all just for the one-month tournament - is certainly unprecedented and stunning.
The 2014 World Cup in Brazil went on without any major problems but the country did struggle to have all of its stadiums ready by the start of the event.
The decision to award Qatar has caused controversy from the moment it was announced. The human rights groups have claimed that the workers have been exploited and forced to work under very risky conditions.
Qatar will build nine new stadiums and renovate three others for the 2022 World Cup.