Qatar 2022 will be an experience no one will want to loss, no wonder the Black Stars of Ghana did the unthinkable at Abuja to secure their ticket to Qatar. Do you also know La’eeb, He will be our official mascot in the world but before he start his work let me take you on a tour to all the 8 (eight) stadiums. But before we do know where the opening match and closing match will be, Al Bayt Stadium and Lusail Stadium respectively.
Lusail Stadium is a beautiful piece of engineering and architecture, it is the biggest amongst the 8 stadiums having a 80,000 seater capacity. The design is inspired by the interplay of light and shadow seen in the Fanar lantern. The structural form and façade echo the intricate motifs of art and furniture pieces found across the Arab and Islamic world during early civilizations. Due to its prominent locations in Lusail, a newly built metropolis, the master planning of the stadium features a tram system, and lush green spaces, turning it into a sustainability-focused arena that focuses on human needs and environmental conservation.
Inspired by traditional nomadic tents, the 60,000-capacity stadium is set to host the opening match of Qatar Fifa 2022. the stadium’s design honors Qatar’s past and present, highlighting the city’s culture, traditions, and history. Similar to nomad’s tents, the upper tier of the modular design seating is portable, and will be removed following the championship, and given to developing nations in need of sporting infrastructure.
Al Wakrah will be referred to as Al Janoub Stadium (perviously known as Al Wakrah Stadium). have 40,000 which will be reduced to 20,000 after the world cup.