Whether you are planning a trip to Qatar for the World Cup, or you just need some background information, a map of the Qatar World Cup venues is a great way to get your bearings. Here you will find the location, capacity, and schedule of the eight stadiums that will be used during the tournament. You can also use the map to find the best hotels, restaurants, and attractions near the stadiums.
Among the eight stadiums that will be used during World Cup 2022, two are already in use. The Khalifa International Stadium has hosted the Asian Games, and the FIFA Club World Cup. In addition, the stadium has been renovated to host eight World Cup matches. The stadium has a capacity of 40,000. The stadium is located near the Sports City Metro Station.
The Al Rayyan Stadium has been renovated to increase the capacity to more than 40,000 people. The stadium was originally built in the 1970s, but it was renovated extensively for World Cup 2022. It was the first stadium in the world to be given a 4-star rating by the GSAS.
The Al Bayt Stadium is also in Al Khor. It has a retractable roof, and will be the largest stadium during the tournament. The stadium is designed to be easily transported after the tournament is finished. It has a seating capacity of 60,000. The stadium will be used for the first five group stage matches. It will also be used for one quarterfinal match. The stadium is located 46km from central Doha.
The Education City Stadium is located outside of the center of Doha. The stadium was built before Qatar was selected as the 2022 World Cup hosts. The stadium was originally a multi-million dollar project, and was expected to host several competitions before the tournament began. In addition to the sports facilities, the stadium also features gyms, cycling and running tracks. The stadium is illuminated with thousands of diodes during the night.
The Al Riffa Stadium is in the south of Doha. The stadium has a capacity of 20,000, and is near the Al Riffa Metro station. The stadium has been designed to be a hub for World Cup games, as it will be linked by a new metro system. The stadium is also designed to resemble a gahfiya cap. The stadium has a solid metal casing around it.
The Khalifa International Stadium is also in the Al Rayyan region. This stadium was built in the mid-1970s, but has been renovated to host eight World Cup matches. It was previously used for the Round of 16 tie between England and the United States. It also hosted the 2011 Asian Cup. The stadium was built on the site of the former Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium.
There will be more than one million fans in Qatar during World Cup 2022. The stadiums will be located close to each other, so fans can attend several games on a single day. In addition, a new metro system will link the stadiums, as well as several public transit systems. It is estimated that the cost of the eight World Cup stadiums will be around $6.5 billion. In addition, Qatar plans to donate seats to developing nations.