A point presented for the soccer world Cup to Qatar
Photo: Saurabh Das, Associated Press
The stage at Al Thumama, in the outskirts of Doha with the same name, should be completed in 2020.
Doha — leaders of the soccer world Cup in Qatar have presented the plans for the stadium in Al Thumama, a pregnant sport of 40,000 seats, which will host the event in 2022.
The design of the stadium, designed by the architect qatari Ibrahim M. Jaidah, is based on the head covering worn under the ghutra in the countries of the Persian gulf.
It is one of the seven stages currently under construction in anticipation of the soccer world Cup in five years.
The stage at Al Thumama, in the outskirts of Doha with the same name, should be completed in 2020 and will be used until the matches of the quarter finals.
After the world Cup, the stadium capacity will be reduced by half.
The grand final of the world Cup of 2022 should take place at the stadium in Lusail, the 18th of December.