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The 2022 Qatar World Cup Stadiums

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It was announced that Qatar will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, after the FIFA Executive Committee voted in a secret ballot on 2 December 2010 in Zurich.

Here, take a look at the stadiums that would holding the matches. Certainly one of a kind.

Doha Port Stadium in Doha. To be built. Expected capacity: 44,950.

Al-Gharafa Stadium can hold upto 44,740 people.

Umm Salal Stadium will be able to support 45,120 fans.

Al-Khor Stadium can hold 6,000 cars, 350 buses and the coming and going of 150 public buses/shuttles, as well as 1,000 taxis and water taxis.

Education City Stadium is proposed to be built by 2022.

Lusail Iconic Stadium is designed to be highly energy efficient. Capacity: 86,250.

Al-Shamal Stadium with a seating capacity of 45,120 people.

Sports City Stadium in Doha with a capacity of 47,560 seats.

Al-Wakrah Stadium will have 43,500 seats in the future.

Khalifa International Stadium will hold up to 68,030 fans.

Al-Rayyan Stadium in Al-Rayyan with a screen for projections and advertisements.

Check out the stadiums that will be featuring in the 2018 World Cup in Russia, here!


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