Finally the draw is over, and left with the stadiums that will be capable of these matches. In recent news was heard Qatar have fused all their stadiums with air conditions to enhance over heating of the pitchs.
There are so many stadiums in the country but these 8 stands to be the best so far and was chosen by FIFA
The following are the eight stadiums that will host matches during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar from November 21 to December 18:
LUSAIL, LUSAIL ICONIC STADIUM (80,000 capacity)
The final, as well as the first semi-final, will be held on December 18 at Qatar’s largest stadium. Built-in Lusail, a planned city with a population of 200,000 people located 15 kilometers north of central Doha, the stadium is set to be transformed into a community hub after the World Cup, with the majority of its seats removed and donated elsewhere.
AL KHOR, AL-BAYT STADIUM (60,000)
The venue for the tournament’s first match, as well as the second semi-final, is modeled after a Bedouin tent. The upper tier is scheduled to be removed following the competition. Because it is located on Qatar’s northeast coast, approximately 35 kilometers from Doha, it is out of reach of the capital’s metro system, making it one of the more difficult venues to access for supporters.
AL RAYYAN, EDUCATION CITY STADIUM (40,000)
The stadium, which is located among university campuses in Al Rayyan, just west of Doha, and is easily accessible by metro, will host one of the quarter-finals. Its capacity will be reduced by half following the tournament, with seats planned to be donated to developing countries.
AL RAYYAN, AHMAD BIN ALI STADIUM (40,000)
The stadium, which is one metro stop beyond the nearby Education City and is home to one of Qatar’s most successful clubs, Al Rayyan, was built on the site of the old venue of the same name. Its capacity will be reduced by half after the tournament because it is located where the city meets the desert.
DOHA, KHALIFA INTERNATIONAL STADIUM (45,416)
It was built in 1976 and is the only venue that existed before Qatar was awarded the World Cup, though it has since been transformed. The stadium hosted the 2011 Asian Cup final as well as the 2019 Club World Cup final between Liverpool and Flamengo.
DOHA, AL THUMAMA STADIUM (40,000)
The stadium is built in the shape of a gahfiya, the traditional cap was worn by men across the Middle East, and is located to the south of central Doha, close to the city’s Hamad International Airport. It will host one of the tournament’s quarter-finals, but its capacity will be reduced to 20,000 following the tournament.
DOHA, STADIUM 974 (40,000)
The pop-up stadium, built out of shipping containers on Doha’s waterfront, will be completely dismantled after the World Cup. The number 974 represents both the international dialing code for Qatar and the number of containers used in the stadium’s construction.
AL WAKRAH, AL JANOUB STADIUM (40,000)
The stadium’s design was inspired by traditional pearl diving and fishing boats and is located south of Doha in the city of Al Wakrah.