The FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar will be the first quadrennial edition of the event to be played outside the late spring and early summer. Additionally, the World Cup will be held in the first time in the Arab world, making it the first tournament to be held outside of Europe. And it will be the first time a World Cup game will be played in a stadium that is essentially portable. Regardless of how the stadium turns out, fans can expect a memorable tournament.
The new stadium, which is made up of shipping containers, will host its first match on November 30. The stadium is the seventh and final venue of the 2022 FIFA World Cup and is set to host matches up to the round of 16 and the World Cup’s final. The stadium will also host a series of matches during the FIFA Arab Cup, which will take place in the city starting November 30. The stadium is the first fully demountable venue of a FIFA World Cup.
The new Stadium 974 will be constructed using shipping containers and modular building blocks. Once the World Cup is over, the stadium will be disassembled, with all the parts being used for other sporting and non-sporting projects. The stadium will be a spectacular site for matches, and it will be part of the city’s skyline. Its unique design will echo the maritime history of Doha and the port.
The new Stadium 974 will be home to the Qatar World Cup 2022. It is also a unique landmark, with an unusual name: 974. It refers to the number of shipping containers used to build it, and is a nod to the nation’s maritime history. It is a unique structure that will host seven matches from the group stage to the quarter finals. The 974 designation also represents Qatar’s international dialling code, which was 974.