Qatar was selected to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and it has already begun construction on multiple stadiums, including the Khalifa International Stadium, Qatar Foundation Stadium and Lusail Stadium, etc. There are plenty of venues of FIFA World cup 2022.
Al Bayt Stadium
The Al Bayt Stadium is a beautiful venue that can hold up to ,6000 people. The stadium was completed on time and is ready to host matches during the World Cup in 2022. This venue is a great place for spectators to watch sport, since it’s located in an area with plenty of space around it.
The Al Bayt Stadium’s capacity also makes it a fantastic location. It has a capacity for about 60,000 spectators. With its easy access to transport links and abundance of nearby amenities this location has everything you could ask for when attending a sporting event. The surrounding areas are spacious and perfect for those wanting to enjoy sport from the comfort of their car or even bring their own food and drinks.
Lusail Iconic Stadium
The Lusail Iconic Stadium is an architectural masterpiece that will be the centerpiece of Qatar’s bid to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The stadium features a futuristic design which resembles a traditional Arabian dhow boat, and has been nicknamed The Pearl. It will have capacity for 80,000 spectators and will also host other sporting events besides football.
The Stadium is located in Lusail, close to Doha and designed by a British-Iraqi architect, Dame Zaha Hadid. Construction began on May 29, 2013 and is due to be completed in 2017. The stadium will also host other international sporting events including athletics and rugby sevens matches. It has been specifically designed to cope with Qatar’s hot summer temperatures (reaching 50 degrees Celsius) so spectators will feel cool inside its unique design. The stadium includes 33 sliding doors which open up onto a spacious outdoor terrace when it’s too hot or humid outside.
Education City Stadium
This beautiful stadium is set to seat 45,350 people and will host games of Group E. The stadium has been designed with sustainable principles in mind, with the intention to contribute positively to Qatar’s national economy by becoming one of the country’s first carbon-neutral buildings.
The building is more than just a place to watch a football game. It’s also a hub for academics and knowledge sharing that will be used as an international research centre where scientists can work together on topics such as water management, climate change, human health and food security. If you love football and academia then this is definitely one venue you won’t want to miss out on!
Khalifa International Stadium
The Khalifa International Stadium is one of Qatar’s major stadiums. It opened in 1976 and was renovated extensively between 2005 and 2007. The stadium accommodates 45,416 spectators, making it Qatar’s second largest stadium after Al-Gharafa Sports Club. It hosted the opening game of the 2006 Asian Games as well as four matches from the 2003 Gulf Cup of Nations.
The renovation cost $150 million to complete and gave a new exterior look to accommodate 40 more VIP boxes and 16 new corporate suites, a museum displaying Qatari culture, a media center containing two TV studios and two radio studios, an expanded press area with three times as many seats for journalists, 14 restaurants/bars over two floors including one on top of the roof with views over Doha
The Qatar National Stadium will be one of the largest stadiums in the world and is a visible symbol of Qatar’s plans to host an iconic event. The stadium will have a capacity of 40,000 seats. The stadium has been designed by architect Zaha Hadid and has already won awards for its design and innovative use of cutting-edge technology.
Ahmad bin Ali Stadium
The Ahmad bin Ali Stadium is a purpose-built 40,000-seat stadium with a 25,000-seat capacity for international football matches. The stadium will be located in Al Wakrah, which is about 20km south of Doha’s city center. It will also be within 6km of Qatar’s new metro system and 5km from the nearest highway.
The stadium has been designed as an iconic building that can be seen from miles away and features a distinctive curved exterior shape. The architecture has been developed to reflect Qatar’s heritage while also incorporating modern design elements such as high ceilings and large windows.
Al Thumama Stadium
The Al Thumama Stadium is a 40,000 seater stadium which will be home to Qatar’s first football team. It is named after the nearby Al Thumama Fort, and will be used primarily for football matches. The stadium has been designed to take advantage of natural air-conditioning, with an open-air design and traditional Arabic architectural elements.
The open air design means that spectators will be able to enjoy sweeping views of Doha’s breathtakingly beautiful skyline while they watch the game. This unique design also allows the stadium to seat more people than similar stadiums in other parts of world – without compromising on comfort levels or running out of space!