Qatar reveals its 2022 World Cup stadium. Check out the pics...
Time Out Dubai staff
The new stadiums planned include Al-Shamal, which will accommodate 45,120 and will be located in the north of Qatar. (All images courtesy of HH VISION and copyright of HH VISION HOERSCH & HENNRICH ARCHITEKTEN GbR)
In addition, two existing stadiums will be expanded if Qatar wins the right to stage the FIFA World Cup. These include doubling the capacity of the Al Rayyan stadium in northwest of Doha to a capacity of 44,740 and doubling the capacity of the Al Gharafa stadium to 44,740.
The 45,330-seater Al-Khor stadium will be situated in the north east of Qatar.
The Al-Wakrah stadium, which will house 45,000 fans, will be located in the south of the country.
Inside the Al Gharafa Stadium, which will be upgraded should Qatar win the right to host the 2022 World Cup.
Inside the new Al Khor Stadium.
Another view of the Al-Wakrah stadium, which will house 45,000 fans.