Qatar is not known for football, but it will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup. It will be the first Arab country to host the worldwide Mundial, so the country has been preparing everything. Amazing stadiums are one such layout. World Cup uses eight stadiums. We rank Qatar’s 5 finest football stadiums. All of these stadiums will be utilized in Qatar 2022.
5. Education City Stadium
Al Rayyan’s 45,350-seat Education City Stadium. The stadium is in Education City, Qatar Foundation. 20% of its building materials are green, earning it the nickname “Diamond in the Desert.” The stadium is eco-friendly. After the World Cup, 25,000 seats will remain for university athletic teams.
4. Stadium 974
The stadium is built on a 450,000-square-meter artificial peninsula. Its modular form is a reference to the site’s industrial history and Qatar’s international calling code (+974). Some containers have restrooms and concessions. After the World Cup, shipping containers and stadium seats will be distributed to developing countries. Stadium 974 will be FIFA’s first temporary venue.
3. A.B.A. Stadium
Multi-purpose Al-Rayyan Stadium is in Al Rayyan. Al-Rayyan Sports Club and Al-Kharitiyath Sports Club play there. The stadium is named after Qatar’s Emir from 1960 to 1972. It was built in 2003 with 21,282 seats but dismantled in 2015 for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The Ahmad bin Ali Stadium will host 7 2022 World Cup matches. It will have 21,000 seats after the World Cup.
2. Al-Bayt Stadium
There will be opulent hotel suites and rooms at the stadium with breathtaking balcony views of the playing field. The Al Bayt Stadium will likely undergo renovations to increase its capacity to 32,000 spectators after the World Cup is over. Extra seats in the upper deck will be given to other countries or used for the facilities of the upcoming Asian Games in 2030. A five-star hotel, a shopping mall, and several sports facilities will be built in its place.
1. Lusail Iconic Stadium
The city of Lusail, where the stadium is situated, is about 23 kilometres (km) north of Doha, the country’s capital. The Lusail Stadium, along with the other 2022 World Cup venues, will be cooled by solar energy and leave no trace of pollution behind. Ten World Cup games, including the championship game, will be played there. The Lusail Stadium is scheduled to undergo renovations to increase its seating capacity to 40,000 after the 2022 World Cup.