Qatar has unveiled movable 40,000-seat stadium for 2022 World Cup amidst Gulf’s diplomatic crisis. The organizing committee revealed the design for the first demountable World Cup stadium.
According to reports, the Ras Abu Aboud Stadium is the seventh of eight World Cup venue designs to be announced and the 40,000-seat ground will host games up to the quarter-final stage.
The stadium’s design uses modified shipping containers as “modular building blocks”…
The company which designed the stadium said in a press statement:
“We are delighted to be part of another 2022 FIFA World Cup project and are very proud that our design for Ras Abu Aboud Stadium will go down in history as the first-ever moveable and reusable World Cup stadium.
“We are confident that this innovative and sustainable concept will be an inspiration for stadium developers and architects around the world, capable of creating aesthetically pleasing venues that offer new legacy possibilities.”
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