A tour of the 2022 FIFA World Cup stadiums in Qatar

In less than six months, the eyes of the world will be on Qatar as it hosts the 2022 FIFA World Cup. While there has been some controversy surrounding the country’s selection to host the tournament, preparations are now well underway. Here is a tour of all eight of the stadiums that will be used during the World Cup.

Qatar’s 2022 FIFA World Cup stadiums are some of the most technologically advanced and sustainable. They are designed to cope with the extreme heat of a Qatari summer, with features such as cooling systems to keep players and fans comfortable.

The stadium designs have been inspired by traditional Arabic architecture, with sleek modern twists. These unique designs will surely make the 2022 FIFA World Cup stadiums some of the most iconic and memorable.

Lusail Iconic Stadium

Lusail Iconic Stadium is the largest stadium in the tournament, boasting a capacity of 80,000. Its design was inspired by the traditional Arabic dhow boat. The stadium will have state-of-the-art facilities, including a retractable roof and a cooling system to ensure that the playing surface and air temperature are suitable for football. The stadium is one of the most iconic venues for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Lusail is an artificial island city that is one of the most significant developments in Qatar, with a total area of 38 square kilometres.

Capacity: 80000
Lusail National Stadium
Lusail, Qatar
25.420775, 51.490365

2022-11-22: Argentina – Saudi Arabia
2022-11-24: Brazil – Serbia
2022-11-26: Argentina – Mexico
2022-11-28: Portugal – Uruguay
2022-11-30: Poland – Argentina
2022-12-02: Cameroon – Brasil
2022-12-06: Round of 16 1H – 2G
2022-12-09: 2nd quarterfinal
2022-12-13: 1st semi-final
2022-12-18: FIFA World Cup 2022 Final

Khalifa International Stadium

Khalifa International Stadium is one of the most iconic stadiums in Qatar, with a capacity of 40,000. The stadium is located in Al-Rayyan and has been renovated and expanded for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. It features a unique retractable roof that can be opened or closed depending on the weather. The stadium is well-known for its unique architecture. Its design was inspired by the dunes of Qatar and features a contemporary interpretation of traditional Arabesque patterns. The result is a truly stunning venue that will indeed highlight any World Cup. With its world-class facilities and stunning design, Khalifa International Stadium is sure to be a popular venue for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Capacity: 40000
Khalifa International Stadium
Al Buwairda St
Al Rayyan, Qatar
25.263656, 51.448110

2022-11-21: England – Iran
2022-11-23: Germany – Japan
2022-11-25: Netherlands – Ecuador
2022-11-27: Croatia – Canada
2022-11-29: Écuador – Senegal
2022-12-01: Japan – Spain
2022-12-03: Round of 16 1A – 2B
2022-12-17: 3rd place match

Education City Stadium

Education City Stadium is another of Qatar’s unique stadiums, with a capacity of 45,350. The stadium, located at the Qatar Foundation’s Education City, was designed by world-renowned architect Zaha Hadid and features a unique “flower petal” design. The stadium will be a multi-purpose venue and host sporting events and concerts after the World Cup. So if you’re looking for a World Cup venue that is truly one of a kind, be sure to check out Education City Stadium.

Capacity: 45340
Education City Stadium
8C6F+8Q7, Ar Rayyan, Qatar
25.310743, 51.424385

2022-11-22: Denmark – Tunisia
2022-11-24: Uruguay – South Korea
2022-11-26: Poland – Saudi Arabia
2022-11-28: South Korea – Ghana
2022-11-30: Tunisia – France
2022-12-02: South Korea – Portugal
2022-12-06: Round of 16 1F – 2E
2022-12-09: 1st quarterfinal

Al Bayt Stadium

Al Bayt Stadium is one of the most scenic stadiums of the tournament, with a capacity of 60,000. The stadium is located in Al Khor, with breathtaking views of the surrounding desert landscape. The stadium’s architecture is inspired by the traditional Bayt al-Sha’ar tents used by Bedouins.

Its design is sustainable and energy-efficient, with features such as a rainwater harvesting system and solar panels. The stadium is also designed to be accessible for people with disabilities.

Capacity: 60000
Al Bayt stadium
Al Khor Coastal Rd
Al Khor, Qatar
25.652062, 51.487984

2022-11-21: Qatar – Ecuador
2022-11-23: Morocco – Croatia
2022-11-25: England – USA
2022-11-27: Spain – Germany
2022-11-29: Netherlands – Qatar
2022-12-01: Costa Rica – Germany
2022-12-04: Round of 16 1B – 2A
2022-12-10: Last quarterfinal
2022-12-14: 2nd semi-final

Al-Janoub Stadium

Al-Janoub Stadium is another of Qatar’s unique stadiums. The stadium has a capacity of 40,000, and its architecture is inspired by the sails of a dhow, a traditional Arabic vessel. It is located in the city of Al Wakrah. The stadium hosted its first-ever football match on May 19, 2019, between Al-Duhail and Al-Rayyan.

2022-11-22: France – Australia
2022-11-24: Switzerland – Cameroon
2022-11-26: Tunisia – Australia
2022-11-28: Cameroon – Serbia
2022-11-30: Australia – Denmark
2022-12-02: Ghana – Uruguay
2022-12-05: Round of 16 1E – 2F

Doha 974 Stadium

Doha 974 Stadium is a unique stadium with a capacity of 40000. Its design was inspired by traditional Arabic design. The stadium is located in the Doha Port area of the city and will offer views of the harbour.

Doha 974 Stadium was built with sustainability in mind and features several environmentally friendly features, such as a solar-powered cooling system and a rainwater harvesting system. The stadium is also accessible for people with disabilities, with dedicated wheelchair-accessible seating and Braille signage.

Doha 974 Stadium is a world-class venue that will provide an unforgettable experience for fans attending the 2022 World Cup.

Capacity: 40000
974 Stadium
Doha, Qatar
25.288836, 51.566363

2022-11-22: Mexico – Poland
2022-11-24: Portugal – Ghana
2022-11-26: France – Denmark
2022-11-28: Brazil – Switzerland
2022-11-30: Saudi Arabia – Mexico
2022-12-02: Serbia – Switzerland
2022-12-05: Round of 16 1G – 2H

Al-Thumama Stadium

Al-Thumama Stadium is one of Qatar’s more modern stadiums. It has a capacity of 40,000, and its architecture is inspired by the Gahfiya, a traditional Arabian headdress. Al-Thumama Stadium will host matches up to the quarter-final stage of the World Cup. The stadium is located in Al Thumama, a suburb of the Qatar capital Doha.

The stadium’s design was unveiled in September 2017. It was designed by Arab Engineering Bureau and was built by Midmac Contracting Company. The stadium was completed in 2020.

Capacity: 40000
Al Thumama stadium
Doha, Qatar
25.235293, 51.532147

2022-11-21: Senegal – Netherlands
2022-11-23: Spain – Costa Rica
2022-11-25: Qatar – Senegal
2022-11-27: Belgium – Morocco
2022-11-29: Iran – USA
2022-12-01: Canada – Morocco
2022-12-04: Round of 16 1D – 2C
2022-12-10: 3rd quarterfinal

Ahmad bin Ali Stadium

Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium is the final stadium of the tournament, with a capacity of 50000. The stadium is located in Al-Rayyan (Doha) and offers views of the cityscape. It was built in 2006 and is named after Ahmad bin Ali Al Thani, the Emir of Qatar from 1960 to 1972.

Capacity: 50000
Ahmad bin Ali Stadium
Al Rayyan, Doha, Qatar
25.329571, 51.342323

2022-11-21: USA – Wales
2022-11-23: Belgium – Canada
2022-11-25: Wales – Iran
2022-11-27: Japan – Costa Rica
2022-11-29: Wales – England
2022-12-01: Croatia – Belgium
2022-12-03: Round of 16 1C – 2D

The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is sure to be a spectacular event. The stadiums are unique and will provide a fantastic experience for players and fans. They have cooling systems to keep everyone comfortable in the extreme heat.

Be sure to check out all of the stadiums when the World Cup comes to Qatar! If you’re looking to buy tickets, now is the time! Prices for the different venues vary, so make sure you compare prices before you buy. We hope you enjoy this tour of Qatar’s 2022 World Cup stadiums!