Qatar World Cup Stadium for 2022 Qatar world cup

The Qatar World Cup stadium are distintive and comprises of designs from wind-filled sails to inspiration from the traditional qahfiya and large shipping containers.
The 2022 Qatar World Cup will not only be the first to take place in the Arab world, but it will also be the most condensed, enabling spectators to watch many matches each day.
Solar-powered cooling equipment is installed in every Qatar World Cup stadiumtraining facility, and fan zone to maintain comfortable temperature. 
Every Qatar World Cup stadium will be environmentally friendly, and its temperature may be adjusted.
Less than million people call Qatar home, therefore the tournament’s legacy needs to be properly preserved. 
To do this, the event’s planners have promised to construct Qatar World Cup stadiums with modular components that can be altered after the competition to provide lasting legacy for the 2022 FIFA World Cup that extends well beyond Qatar’s national boundaries.
Approximately 170,000 chairs will be disassembled and sent to poor countries after the competition to assist them build their sports infrastructure. 
Emerging economies will build up to 22 new stadiums, and after this restructuring, Qatar will have stadiums with 20–25,000 seats that are enough for its domestic entertainment requirements.

Qatar World Cup Stadium for 2022 Qatar world cup

Qatar World Cup Stadium Al Bayt Stadium

Albayt Stadium

Location Al Khor, 35km north of Doha
Gross capacity 68,895
Matches planned Opening match and all matches through to the semi-finals


The Qatar World Cup stadium Al Bayt has 68,895 seats available for spectators. 
It is distinctive due to the large tent construction that covers the whole stadium and bears the name bayt al Sha’ar, which refers to the traditional tents used by nomadic peoples in Qatar and the Gulf area.
The stadium’s architecture reflects Qatar’s history and present while serving as an example of sustainable development. 
After the competition, Al Bayt will only have 32,000 tickets available.

Qatar World Cup Stadium Ahmad Bin Ali

Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium

Location Umm Al Afaei, 20km west of central Doha
Gross capacity 45,032
Matches planned Group matches, round of 16


In preparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the Ahmad bin Ali Qatar World Cup stadium in Umm Al Afaeiwest of downtown Doha, will accommodate 45,032 spectators using modular components constructing an upper tier. 
Following the competition, it will be reduced in size to little under 20,000 seats.
The stadium’s design and that of the nearby structures are reflection of Qatar’s surroundings. 
Its striking geometric forms evoke the splendor of the desert and the surrounding flora and animals, while its outside facade is made up of ripples of sand dunes.

Qatar World Cup Stadium Al Janoub Stadium

Aljanoub Stadium

Location Al Wakrah, 22km south of central Doha
Gross capacity 44,325
Matches planned Group matches and round of 16
Al Wakrah, city in the south, is home to Al Janoub Stadium. 
It can accommodate 44,325. 
The wind-filled sails of Qatar’s traditional dhow boats are reflected in the stadium’s architecture as nod to Al Wakrah’s former pearl-diving and fishing operations.
After the competition, the Qatar World Cup stadium Al Janoub seating capacity will be lowered, and seats will be donated to other international athletic endeavors.

Khalifa International Stadium

Location Aspire, 5km west of central Doha
Gross capacity 45,857
Matches planned Group matches, round of 16, and play off for third place game
Originally constructed in 1976, the rebuilt Khalifa International Stadium was refurbished and enlarged in 2005 to serve as the focal point of the 2006 Asian Games, which were hosted by Qatar.
The Qatar World Cup stadium is the focal point of Aspire Zonesports complex that also houses Aspire Academy, Hamad Aquatic Center, Aspetar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital, and several other athletic venues.
The stadium has sweeping arcs and partially covered stands.
The 3-2-1 Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum is connected to the stadium by walkway, which adds to the understanding of how this location values its past while preparing for vibrant future.

Education City Stadium

Qatar Foundation Stadium

Location Education City in Al Rayyan, 7km north-west of central Doha
Gross capacity 44,667
Matches planned Group matches, round of 16 and quarter-finals
At Education City, Qatar’s international center of excellence, the new Education City Stadium is situated close to number of top-notch university campuses.
The stadium, which has capacity of 44,667 people, is shaped like ragged diamond and shines when the sun crosses the sky. 
Nearly half of the stadium’s seats will remain after the FIFA World Cup for usage by collegiate athletic teams.

Lusail Stadium

Lusail Stadium

Location Lusail, 20km north of central Doha
Gross capacity 88,966
Matches planned All matches through to the final match
The new Lusail Qatar World Cup stadiumwhich is one of Qatar’s main stadiums and is situated in Lusail City, will play home to the 2022 World Cup’s closing ceremony.
As part of Qatar’s commitment to sustainable development, Lusail Stadium will be turned into community center including schools, shops, cafés, sports facilities, and medical clinics after the competition.

974 Stadium

Ras Abu Aboud

Location Ras Abu Aboud, 10km east of central Doha
Gross capacity 44,089
Matches planned Group matches and round of 16
groundbreaking initiative in the field of building sports stadiums is the 974 Stadium. 
This stadium, which was constructed entirely out of shipping containers, will be fully destroyed, and the building components will be reused. 
The name of the Qatar World Cup stadium is derived from the quantity of shipping containers used in its construction, with 974 serving as both the country code and area code for Qatar.
The stadium overlooks the Gulf Coast and the amazing view of the West Bay skyscrapers and is only short distance from Hamad International Airport.

Al Thumama Stadium

Al Thumama

Location Al Thumama, 12km south of central Doha
Gross capacity 44,400
Matches planned Group matches, round of 16, and quarter finals
Due to its inspiration from the traditional qahfiya (the hat worn below the Ghutra and Egal) in the Arab world, Al Thumama Qatar World Cup stadium is distinctive example of Arab architectural iconography. 
Because it is feature of Arab culture throughout the Arab world, this design was chosen. 
As result, it conveys the richness of Arab civilisation and the interconnected cultural and historical history of the Arab nations.
The stadium can hold 44,400 spectators, however that number will drop to 20,000 following the competition.


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