Al Bayt Stadium
The FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021 will be hosted in six stadiums, including three new ones which will host the World Cup next year.
Sixteen teams from across the Arab world will take the pitch between November 30 and December 18.
Al Bayt Stadium, inspired by traditional Arab tents, will host the opening match and final, while Al Thumama Stadium and Ras Abu Aboud Stadium are the other brand-new venues.
Al Thumama Stadium, based on the design of a form of traditional Arab headwear, and Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, the first FIFA World Cup stadium that will be fully dismantled and repurposed after the event, will be two other brand-new venues that will be showcased and tested during the tournament. Ahmad Bin Ali, Education City, and Al Janoub stadiums, all built from scratch in preparation for 2022, complete the line-up of magnificent FIFA Arab Cup venues.
A uniquely Qatari stadium, Al Bayt’s giant structure is inspired by the bayt al sha'ar tent of nomadic people who have etched a living from Qatar's deserts for millennia. pic.twitter.com/Xo9DoIE2fQ— SC News (@roadto2022news) July 30, 2021
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