FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar Stadiums
From the 21st of November through the 18th of December of this year, Qatar will host the quadrennial international men's football championship, marking the first time the tournament has been hosted in an Arab country. Just under six months from now, eight stadiums in Qatar will play host to the 2022 FIFA World Cup. And they certainly grab your attention.
Despite having the least number of stadiums since the 1978 World Cup in Argentina, Qatar's eight stadiums are all remarkable in style. Any fan who wishes to can easily travel between the eight stadiums within a 21-mile radius of central Doha via the metro and tram system.
As the 2022 World Cup will be staged in a location with challenging weather conditions, extensive preparations have been underway on a total of 8 stadiums since FIFA picked Qatar as the host country in 2010. Every location will have its own cooling system to combat the heat, and some may even have outside air conditioning. Each stadium's initial budget was set at SGD 7.6 billion, and it was promised that environmental best practices would be taken into account during construction.
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Several days before Christmas, only one stadium will still be hosting a football team after the tournament concludes. One will be demolished entirely, and in six others, half the seats will be removed and given to countries in need as donations.
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