Everyone is aware that Qatar will be hosting the 2022 edition, of the FIFA World Cup. Of course, we expect excellence when it comes to such a global event. The country has been working tirelessly in order to achieve the goals, and projects set out. From what we know so far, nine new stadiums are currently being built, and three more are undergoing renovation.
So we have decided to bring our readers some more details of this event. First and foremost these stadiums will be located in seven different cities in Doha. The stadiums to be built include, Al Khor Stadium, in Al Rayyan, Al Shamal Stadium, in Al Wakrah, Al Wakrah Stadium also in Al Wakrah, The Doha Port Stadium in Doha, The Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, the Lusail Iconic Stadium in Al Daayeen, Qatar University Stadium in Doha, Sports City Stadium in Doha, and the Umm Slal Stadium in Umm Slal. On the other hand, while these stadiums are undergoing construction, others such as Al Rayyan Stadium are currently in the process of renovation, along with Al Gharada Stadium, and Khalifa International Stadium.
The best part about this piece of news is the fact that these stadiums are expected to have zero carbon emissions, which is something absolutely brilliant. They will be climate controlled, and have reduced solar radiation, and reduced warm winds. Especially since the weather in Doha is warm during most time of year.
After the FIFA 2022, these stadiums will be dismantled and shipped to other developing countries, since Doha plans to rebuild these stadiums yet again when the time comes. Such great initiative on the way for Doha, this event is one each and every foot ball lover on the planet is looking forward to.