Futuristic stadium to host 2022 FIFA World Cup matches in Qatar

first_imgRemovable seats, reassembling-capable stadium – it will all be a reality during the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.Qatar is all set to host the World Cup in a unique stadium, which will be built using modular building blocks, each containing removable seats, concession stands, lavatories and other fundamental stadium elements, according to a FIFA release.FIFA has currently unveiled the design of the Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, the seventh Qatar 2022 stadium design to be released and the construction of the venue will require fewer materials, create less waste and reduce the carbon footprint of the building process. Thanks to this sustainable approach to the stadium’s construction, Ras Abu Aboud will receive a four-star Global Sustainability Assessment System certification.????Qatar 2022’s Ras Abu Aboud Stadium to be first fully demountable #WorldCup stadiumMore ??? https://t.co/GNQHPzN80t pic.twitter.com/41dwgQdp9C- #WorldCupDraw ??? (@FIFAWorldCup) November 26, 2017Ras Abu Aboud will be a 40,000-seat venue and is slated to be completed by 2020. The location of the venue will be the waterfront site on Doha’s shore.The launch of the design of Ras Abu Aboud Stadium follows the design launch of Al Thumama Stadium in August 2017 and the completion of Khalifa International Stadium for the Emir Cup Final 2017 in May. Ras Abu Aboud Stadium is one of eight proposed host venues for the World Cup.Qatar has put a massive workforce of about 2 million migrant workers from Asia in the contruction of stadiums, hotels and transport projected linked with the 2022 World Cup.On the footballing front, Qatar will be participating in the 2022 FIFA World Cup by virtue of being the hosts but failed to make it to the big stage of 2018 through qualification.advertisementlast_img

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