Qatar FIFA World cup 2022 stadiums are fully ready to host the upcoming soccer world cup. In addition, these Stadiums have the unique feature of stabilizing the ground inside the atmosphere by cooling.
Because this is the first time the FIFA Soccer cup was held in a Middle Eastern country, deserts cover most areas. Qatar government made these Stadiums with high-quality Infrastructure and provided all facilities inside stadiums for teams and the audience.
The exciting thing about Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 is that all stadiums are developed around 30 miles from the capital Doha. So, if any fan wants to enjoy more than 1 match in a single day, then by just a 1-hour drive, he will enjoy the other game. Qatar also has the dignity that it will become the smallest host nation for FIFA World Cup.
FIFA World Cup 2022 Stadiums
There are 8 Stadiums developed by Qatar for the FIFA World Cup, out of which seven are newly developed.
The Stadium is built in Lusail City. It is the latest developed Stadium, and its opening ceremony was held starting this year. Lusail Stadium is also the enormous Football Stadium in Qatar, and it will also host most matches of the Qatar World Cup 2022, including the Final Match. The Total seat audience in this Stadium is about 80,000.
Al Bayt Stadium
This Stadium was constructed in the area of Al Khor. It is also a newly made Stadium, and its opening ceremony was held last year. Because it will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup’s opening game, this Venue will provide a wonderful experience. This Stadium will allow about 60,000 fans to enjoy the match simultaneously. Al Bayt Stadium will organize eight football cup matches.
Al Janoub Stadium
Al Janoub Stadium is constructed in the city of Al Wakrah. This Stadium is also new, but its opening ceremony was held in 2019. This Stadium will host six FIFA World Cup matches. This Venue has a capacity of 40,000 people. This Stadium is also known as Al Wakrah Stadium.
Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium
This Venue is located in Al Rayyan City. This Stadium is also the latest, but its opening was held last year. This Stadium has about 40,000 seats for fans. This Stadium will host six World Cup games. This Venue is also known as Al Rayyan Stadium.
Khalifa International Stadium
Khalifa International Stadium is placed in Doha City. It is the oldest Football stadium in Qatar. Its opening was held in 1976. It will host seven matches of the 2022 World Cup. Its total capacity of about 40,000 audiences.
Education City Stadium
Education City Stadium is also located in the Capital, Doha. It is the latest developed Venue, and its opening was held in 2021. This Venue will host seven matches of the FIFA World Cup. It contains about 40,000 seats for fans to watch the game.
Al Thumama Stadium
Al Thumama Stadium is also located in Doha. It is also newly structured, and its opening will be held in 2021. This Stadium will host 7 FIFA World Cup matches. Its total capacity is about 40,000.
Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 Stadiums Cost
The cost of Qatar’s new stadiums has been estimated to be in the amount of $6.5 billion to $10 billion, a sharp rise over the initial bid’s planned $4 billion.
FIFA World Cup 2022 Stadiums Details
|Al Bayt Stadium
|Al Janoub Stadium
|Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium
|Khalifa International Stadium
|Education City Stadium
|Al Thumama Stadium