Qatar will host the FIFA World Cup 2022, which will be held in Qatar starting November 21. The nation has constructed 8 stunning stadiums within a radius of 21 kilometers from central Doha in preparation for the event. The metro tram system that connects the stadiums makes it easy to get to them. Every stadium has its own unique identity and art that inspires.

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Lusail Stadium

It is situated 14.3 miles away from Doha. This stadium has a capacity of 80,000 and is the largest. It will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Although it is circular, the stadium looks almost like a bowl from above. For more information on the Qatar World Cup Schedule, click here.

Al Janoub Stadium

It is located just 14 miles from Doha. It can seat 40,000 and is designed after traditional dhow boats. People who are not able to travel to Qatar can place their bets at home. To win more sports betting opportunities, develop your unique sports betting strategy.

Stadium 974

Because it was built using 974 containers, the name “The Container House” was chosen. It can seat 40,000 people and is located 6.95 mi from Doha. It can be demounted and will be dismounted after the World Cup.

Khalifa International Stadium

It was built in 1976 and has a capacity of 40,000. It is 11.2 miles away from Doha, and will host five x Group matches. It serves as the national team’s main training ground.

Education city stadium

The Education Stadium’s exterior structure is shaped like an oval. The stadium, which seats 40,000 people, will host eight World Cup matches in November 2021. Construction cost $700 million and was completed in 2020.

Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium

It is also known as the gateway to desert because of its 40,000-seat capacity. It will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup opening match. Due to Qatar’s hot desert climate, it is fully air-conditioned. It is decorated with dune structures, which remind people of desert dunes.

AI Thumama Stadium

The Gahfiya, a religious cap worn by Arab men, inspired its shape. It is a reminder to fans of Muslim culture and the Middle East’s apparel culture. It is approximately 4.35 miles from Doha.

AI Bayt Stadium

AI Bayt Stadium looks like a tent and is a reminder of Carmel caravans, where traders lived in tents. It can seat 60,000 people and is located 29 miles away from Doha.