The 8 beautiful world cup stadiums in Qatar

On November 12, 2022, the FIFA World Cup will begin in Qatar. Eight stadiums scattered across five cities, each within a 55-kilometer radius of the Doha city, will host games. The FIFA website lists the following stadiums as the official World Cup venues: Stadium 974 and Al Thumama Stadium in Doha, Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Khalifa International Stadium, and Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan. All stadiums built during the past three years with the exception of Khalifa International Stadium were done so with the FIFA World Cup in mind. The Global Sustainability Assessment System has given them all a 5-star grade, and they all have cutting-edge climate control systems to regulate temperature. On December 18, the 2022 FIFA World Cup’s championship game will take place at Lusail Iconic Stadium. With a capacity of 80,000, Lusail Stadium, the largest tournament venue in Qatar, will also be the busiest. Ten games, including the championship game, will be held there. Al Bayt Stadium, which has a field size greater than 30 football fields, will host the first game of the FIFA World Cup 2022 (between Qatar and Ecuador). It can hold 60,000 people and will stage nine different games. The bayt al sha’ar, the traditional tents used by Qatar’s nomadic people, are replicated in this stadium, which is the country’s second-largest structure after Lusail. Its creative construction is reminiscent of the flowing cloth that was used to construct these ancient homes.

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