Qatar 2022 World Cup is possibly the last time that legendary players such Ronaldo, Messi and Suárez will grace the pitch. Let’s have a look at some of the incredible stadiums they will play in.
There are eight stadiums either built brand new for the World Cup or previous stadiums that have been refurbished for the tournament. The eight stadiums are:
Lusail Stadium, Al Bayt Stadium, Al Janoub Stadium, Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Khalifa International Stadium, Education City Stadium, Stadium 974, and Al Thumama Stadium.
Stadium 974 will inspire other architects as it has been designed to be taken down when the tournament is over and may appear in other countries in the future. Along with a collapsing stadium, Qatar will donate many seats to other countries for their sporting projects.
Inside the stadiums are various technologies to keep fans and players cool, VAR technology is back with updates and even the football will feature a monitor.
Will this be the best World Cup ever and will the features included be used in other tournaments?