Several stadiums, among the Khalifa International Stadium that make up the Qatar stadiums are ready for the 2022 FIFA World Cup games, officials have revealed in a statement.
According to pictures and video displays, the officials revealed that “Our proposed 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar stadiums have reached a number of important and exciting milestones over the past six months.”
The statement also said that “in a FIFA World Cup of firsts, Khalifa International Stadium has already broken a world record before a ball is kicked.”
Among the sstadiums are: the Al Bayt Stadium with its modular seating being installed at the venue that will share Qatar’s unique culture and renowned hospitality with fans and the world in 2022.
Another is the Al Rayyan which played a pivotal role in the founding of Qatar. Now the foundations are being laid for a new community focal point – and a new era in the city’s rich history.
Al Wakrah Stadium is graceful, eco-friendly design recently underwent wind tunnel testing, keeping pace with the city’s innovative spirit.
Another like the ones above is the Qatar Foundation Stadium which is taking giant steps in every area, including many groundbreaking sustainability features inspired by the world-leading universities it calls its neighbours.