Qatar has revealed the 2022 FIFA World Cup venue that will host a number 40,000 people. The Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium is the fourth arena to be revealed for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
According to reports, the stadium is built location of the old stadium and the organizers used 90% of the materials from the demolished building.
Hassan Al Thawadi, the secretary general of Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, says the stadium’s proximity to the Education City Stadium is fact that it is a compact World Cup.
The Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium is described as a stadium that tells the story of Qatar itself. Additionally, it will also host a total of seven games at the World Cup.
In addition, Al Thawadi says that fans’ being able to watch multiple matches in a day is a unique offering.
Furthermore, the stadium will host an opening game between Al Duhail and Auckland City of New Zealand. The game is set to take place on February 1, 2021.
Apart from the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium and the Education City Stadium, Al Janoub Stadium and the Khalifa International Stadium have also been completed.