The world’s eyes will be on Qatar in 2022 as it hosts the Fifa World Cup later this year. The eight stadiums that will host the World Cup are complete a year ahead of the mega tournament. The seventh venue (Al Bayt Stadium) was inaugurated during the first game of the Arab Cup, and once the World Cup concludes, the venues will undergo massive transformations. Stadium 974, the 40,000-seater venue, will be dismantled after the World Cup and provided as assistance to needy countries as part of its legacy project. 170,000 seats from other stadiums will also be donated to countries in need of sporting infrastructure. Qatar will also share its expertise with other Asian countries. The 80,000-capacity Lusail Stadium will be transformed into a community space which will include schools, cafes, sporting facilities and health clinics, after it hosts the final on December 18. Even the full upper tier of seating in the 60,000-capacity Al Bayt Stadium will be removed, leaving a 32,000-seater venue. The Fifa World Cup kicks off in Qatar on November 21. Source : The Times Of India
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