Teams: 32 Playing venues: 8 – 12 Matches: 65 Opening match: Lusail Stadium Final: Lusail Stadium Average venue capacity: 47,500 seats Largest venue: Lusail Stadium (80,000 seats) Smallest venue: Multiple venues (40,000 seats) Average no. of matches per venue: 5.4 – 8.1
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Lusail Iconic Stadium is a football stadium under construction in Lusail, Qatar, to be built in time for the finals of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The stadium will be used for the opening and final games of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Wikipedia Capacity: 86,250 Opened: February 2019 Location: Lusail, Qatar Architecture firm: Foster + Partners Broke ground: 11 April 2017 Owner: Qatar Football Association
Khalifa International Stadium, also known as National Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Doha, Qatar as part of the Doha Sports City complex, which also includes Aspire Academy, Hamad Aquatic Centre, and the Aspire Tower. It is named after Khalifa bin Hamad Al Thani, Qatar's former Emir. Wikipedia Address: Al Waab St, Doha, Qatar Capacity: 40,000 Opened: March 3, 1976
Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, popularly known as the Al Rayyan Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar, that is home to Al-Rayyan Sports Club and Al-Kharitiyath Sports Club. The stadium, built in 2003, has a seating capacity of 21,282. Wikipedia Address: Qatar Capacity: 21,282
Qatar Foundation Stadium, is a proposed football stadium which will be built in Doha, Qatar, in time for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Education City Stadium takes the form of a jagged diamond, glittering by day and glowing by night. Wikipedia Capacity: 45,350 Location: Education City, Qatar Project manager: SENSEI Moe and Sons Architect: Fenwick-Iribarren Architects, Mark Fenwick and Javier Iribarren
Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, is a proposed football stadium which will be built in Doha, Qatar in time for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. It has a planned capacity of 40,000 spectators and will be situated on an artificial promontory. Wikipedia Capacity: 40,000 Location: Ras Abu Aboud, Qatar Architecture firm: As & P - Albert Speer & Partner Gmbh Architect: Albert Speer
Al Bayt Stadium is a proposed football stadium which will be built in Al Khor, Qatar in time for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The stadium is part of the Aspire Zone and will host one of the World Cup semi-finals. Wikipedia Address: Al Khor, Qatar Capacity: 60,000 Opened: September 2018 Main contractors: Salini Impregilo, Galfar, Cimolai, Hightex Coordinates: 25°39'08.1"N 51°29'15.5"E Architect: Albert Speer
Al-Shamal Stadium is a proposed football stadium which will be built in Ash-Shamal, Qatar, With a capacity of 45,120. It is set to be opened in the summer of 2017. Wikipedia Address: Qatar Capacity: 45,120 Owner: Qatar Football Association Architect: Albert Speer
Sports City Stadium is a proposed football stadium which will be built in Doha, Qatar. Wikipedia Capacity: 46,890 Executive suites: 116 Location: Doha, Qatar Construction cost: 1,500,000,000 Architect: Dan Meis
Umm Salal Stadium is a proposed football stadium which will be built in Umm Salal, Qatar. It is being designed by Albert Speer & Partner GmbH. Wikipedia Address: Umm Şalāl 'Alī, Qatar Capacity: 45,000 (planned) Architect: Albert Speer
Qatar University Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium within the Qatar University, Doha, Qatar. It is commonly used for football matches and athletics events of the university. Wikipedia Capacity: 7,000 Owner: Qatar University Architect: Albert Speer
The Thani bin Jassim Stadium, also known as the Al-Gharrafa Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in the Al Gharrafa district of Al Rayyan, Qatar. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The football team Al-Gharrafa play there. The stadium holds 21,175 people and was built in 2003. Wikipedia Address: Ar-Rayyan, Qatar Capacity: 25,000
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