The 2022 FIFA World Cup is set to begin on November 21, with the final match scheduled for December 18. Ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, which will be held in spectacular stadiums in November and December of next year,
Several stadiums have been launched, while previously existing ones have been rebuilt, including the Ras Abu Aboud stadium, which is the seventh site to be pronounced tournament fit for the World Cup next year by the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (SC).
The stunning stadiums slated for the Qatar World Cup 2022 include Khalifa International, Al Janoub, Education City, Ahmad Bin Ali, Al Bayt, and Al Thumama, with more venues to be disclosed.
A LIST OF BEAUTIFUL STADIUMS FOR THE QATAR WORLD CUP 2022.
Here is a list of 11 stunning stadiums that will host the Qatar World Cup in 2022:
1. AHMAD BIN ALI STADIUM.
Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium was built with sustainability in mind, and it will be ready for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022.
The Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium is poised to host the Qatar World Cup in 2022, and it represents exciting new dawn for one of Qatar’s most ancient cities, which is near to Doha on the road to gorgeous desert landscapes.
The town of Al Rayyan, where Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium is located, is well-known for its appreciation of traditions and local culture, as well as its extremely successful football team, Al Rayyan Sports Club. The close-knit community here is devoted to the team, whose new venue will accommodate up to 40,000 people during the FIFA World Cup in 2022.
The stunning undulating façade of Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, erected on the site of a venue of the same name, includes emblems of Qatari culture. The stadium’s surroundings likewise reflect the country, with sand dune-shaped buildings evoking the stunning natural plains to the west.
2. KHALIFA INTERNATIONAL STADIUM.
The Khalifa International Stadium, located in the heart of Doha’s Aspire Zone, is anticipated to be a main hub for fans throughout the 2022 World Cup.
Khalifa International, Qatar’s most recognizable venue, has been in operation since 1976. By local standards, that’s quite old. The stadium reopened in 2017 after a substantial makeover and will host games up to the quarter-final stage, with a capacity of 40,000.
The stadium’s modernism is also symbolized by the famous twin arch external construction, which uses advanced cooling technologies to keep both players and fans at the right temperature.
3. THANI BIN JASSIM STADIUM.
The Thani bin Jassim Stadium is one of the largest stadiums in the state of Qatar, and it is the long-term home of QSL side Al Gharafa. The stadium hosts both QSL and Qatar Gas league games, as well as Emir Cup knockout matches.
The Thani bin Jassim Stadium, also known as the Al-Gharrafa Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar, is a multi-purpose stadium.
It is currently largely utilized for football matches. Al-Gharrafa football team plays there. The stadium, which seats 25,000 people, was erected in 2003. The stadium has already held the AFC Asian Cup and other international tournaments, and it is now scheduled to host the FIFA World Cup in 2022.
4. ASPIRE INDOOR STADIUM.
Aspire Dome is Qatar’s largest indoor multi-purpose dome. It is located in Doha’s Aspire Academy and has the capacity to accommodate 13 different sporting events at the same time in a climate-controlled arena. It is one of the Stadiums Set for the Qatar World Cup 2022.
5. SUHEIM BIN HAMAD STADIUM.
Suheim bin Hamad Stadium, often known as Qatar SC Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Doha, Qatar, that will host the Qatar World Cup in 2022.
It is currently mostly utilized for football matches and serves as the home of the football team Qatar Sports Club.
The stadium will seat more than 15,000 people during the FIFA World Cup 2022.
The Qatar Athletic Super Grand Prix, the inaugural meeting of the 2010 Diamond League, was held there in 2010. This stadium hosted some of the AFC Asian Cup matches in 2011.
It was announced in March 2014 that the stadium would host the 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships.
6. GRAND HAMAD STADIUM.
Grand Hamad Stadium, also known as Al-Arabi Sports Club Stadium, is a 13,000-capacity sports arena in Doha, Qatar, and one of the stadiums planned for the Qatar World Cup 2022. The stadium, which was designed to be multi-purpose, rose to notoriety during the 2006 Asian Games after hosting a variety of sports.
Grand Hamad Stadium, one of twenty venues used at the 2006 Asian Games, hosted its fair share of sports throughout the competition, which featured 9,520 athletes, 45 different countries, and 424 different events over 39 sports.
Grand Hamad Stadium, which is rectangular in shape, excelled at hosting football events from this tournament as well as Rugby Sevens, but it also demonstrated its versatility by hosting rounds of table tennis and numerous fencing fights.
7. EDUCATION CITY STADIUM.
Education City Stadium is a 40,000-seat stadium that will host matches up to the quarter-final stage of the Qatar World Cup in 2022. It gets its name from its placement on the campus of Qatar’s top university. The ground, which is yet unfinished, has been designed in the shape of a jagged diamond that will dazzle by day and practically glow by night. After the event, the stadium’s capacity will be reduced by half, with more than 20,000 seats donated to build stadiums in developing countries.
Education City Stadium is only 7 kilometers from downtown Doha, and spectators can easily reach there via car or metro. The entire region is lush with greenery, including a golf course and a cutting-edge commercial complex.
8. AL-BAYT STADIUM.
Al-Bayt Stadium, located in the city of Al-Khor, is planned to host a World Cup semi-final in 2022. The arena has an eye-catching style that is reminiscent of the tents used by the Bedouin people, a nomadic population that have lived across the Arab world for millennia.
The 60,000-seat stadium will be part of a larger complex that will include a shopping mall, hospital, and other attractions. This stadium, located 60 kilometers from Doha, is one of the most difficult for supporters to reach, with taxis and buses being the best modes of transportation.
9. AL-THUMAMA STADIUM.
The 40,000-seat Al-Thumama stadium, located barely 12 kilometers from central Doha, has been completed. This arena’s unique shape is inspired by the gahfiya, a traditional woven headgear worn by Arab guys.
Al-Thumama, like many of the stadiums at the 2022 World Cup, will lower its capacity in half after the tournament and donate more than 20,000 seats to assist promote football and stadiums in developing countries. The stadium will be accessible from Doha via a purpose-built metro line.
10. AL-JANOUB STADIUM.
The Al-Janoub stadium will have a capacity of around 40,000 people. It was designed in the trademark curving style of the late, world famous architect Dame Zaha Hadid. The hulls of pearl fishing boats that have long worked across the Arabian Peninsula influenced the design of this beautiful Qatar stadium. This is further represented in the use of traditional materials, like lumber, in the arena’s construction.
Al-Wakrah city is home to the Al-Janoub stadium. Fans will be able to reach the city of Al-Wakrah stadium via a purpose-built metro line only 20 kilometers from Doha.